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Sevier County Days raises more than $11,000

NASCAR SpeedPark event a success, PARC Foundation and United Way of Sevier County to receive funds

NOVEMBER 2014 – NASCAR SpeedPark Smoky Mountains, the official family fun park of NASCAR®, celebrated its local community during Sevier County Days, Nov. 3 through Nov. 9. Sevier County residents and employees donated $5 and one canned food item to enjoy all-day, unlimited play at NASCAR SpeedPark. More than 2,200 locals attended and through NASCAR SpeedPark Cares the park raised more than $11,000 to benefit PARC Foundation and United Way of Sevier County. Additionally, more than 2,800 pounds of food were donated to the Sevier County Food Ministries.

NASCAR SpeedPark Sevier County Days also included two special events which emphasized NASCAR SpeedPark’s passion for creating cherished memories and giving back to the local community.

Church Youth Group Night was held on Wednesday, Nov. 5. Local youth groups brought their friends and family to the NASCAR SpeedPark to enjoy a fun, faith-filled evening at the park. The 200 participants were treated to dinner, a brief worship service and a performance by the Chaco Quartet.

On Saturday, Nov. 8, locals enjoying the day at the park also had the opportunity to visit with representatives 15 community partners, including the Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains, American Diabetes Association, Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center, Legal Aid of East Tennessee and the United Way of Sevier County. A balloon artist, face painter and stilt walkers brought out the inner child in guests of all ages.

NASCAR SpeedPark Smoky Mountains plans on hosting another Sevier County Days in spring 2015.

Check out all the great photos from the event at NASCAR SpeedPark’s Album on Facebook.

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