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NASCAR SpeedPark seeks donations to promote the love of reading

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The NASCAR SpeedPark partners up with Freedom Readers, Inc., and the PARC Foundation, to launch a campaign, which invites guests to round up their in-park purchases to the nearest whole dollar. This campaign will begin on March 1 through the end of May; and a portion of the proceeds will be given in support of Freedom Readers.

Freedom Readers mission consists of providing one-to-one literacy tutoring and improving reading skills in low income communities, providing free books for home libraries, and inspiring high-energy learning environments. Freedom Readers connects people through comprehensive programs, that offers individuals, opportunities to improve career prospects, and academic performance, in order to alleviate poverty.

"PARC Foundation is proud to support Freedom Readers," said Bob Baldwin, Executive Director of PARC Foundation."Organizations like Freedom Readers fit closely with our mission of strengthening children and communities while positively impacting the local community. We are blessed to provide fundraising opportunities and community awareness for this organization at NASCAR SpeedPark Myrtle Beach."

To learn more about the NASCAR SpeedPark and the PARC Foundation, and how they are positively impacting the local community, go to parc-foundation.org

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