As a driver, we seldom get a chance to be innovative in our interaction with our fans. This auction gives us the chance to offer fans a once in a lifetime opportunity and best of all the proceeds benefit a very worthy cause. I am thrilled that through this offering we can help save children's lives.
Grandview, MO (PRWEB) January 16, 2009
NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Stephen Leicht, driver of the #29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing is giving one lucky auction winner and three friends the opportunity to attend the upcoming racing events at Daytona in true driver style. In an exclusive partnership with http://www.GoMotorBids.com, Leicht will be auctioning off an all-inclusive race weekend experience which will include accommodations on his personal luxury motorcoach (located in a VIP restricted lot), use of his custom golf cart and passes to the race events from February 12th-15th. Food and beverage are also included in the package plus a personal garage tour provided by Leicht himself. Most importantly, a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, a non-profit organization founded by Richard and Judy Childress dedicated to saving kids' lives when injured.
"I am truly excited to partner with GoMotorBids.com and offer fans the rare opportunity to experience Daytona in a way that has not been offered before," said Leicht. "As a driver, we seldom get a chance to be innovative in our interaction with our fans. This auction gives us the chance to offer fans a once in a lifetime opportunity and best of all the proceeds benefit a very worthy cause. I am thrilled that through this offering we can help save children's lives."
In addition to this ultimate fan experience, Leicht will also be auctioning race memorabilia from his personal collection on GoMotorBids.com. "I am excited to offer my fans access to authentic memorabilia that has actually been a part of my racing career," he commented. "These items were used or worn during some of the biggest moments of my career. I want my fans to have the opportunity to share in the excitement of those racing moments. It is my intention to continue to find new and exciting ways to interact with my fans and make their racing experience truly unique."
Auctions will be open for bidding from January 15th through January 25th. For more information on the auction, visit http://www.GoMotorBids.com.