Special Operations For America Partners with FAS Lane Racing at Indianapolis

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Friday, 27 July 2012 15:21
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FAS Lane Racing is proud to announce that Special Operations for America (SOFA) will sponsor the team’s No. 32 Ford driven by Ken Schrader in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race this Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as part of their Public Awareness and Education Drive. The Special Operations for America name and logo will appear on the No. 32 hood and rear quarter panels along with the web site information and the message: “Join The Battle” in the running of the Crown Royal Curtiss Shaver 400.

 “We welcome the opportunity to represent Special Operations for America within NASCAR and reach out to NASCAR fans nationwide,” stated FAS Lane Racing team owner Frank Stoddard. “NASCAR is such a powerful arena for programs such as this and it is a privilege that SOFA has chosen our race team as the vehicle to drive their message to millions.  The race at historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of our biggest races all year and we look to put on a good show with the No. 32 Special Operations for America Ford and Ken Schrader.”

Former Navy SEAL and Republican Montana State Sen. Ryan Zinke  has launched a political action committee, Special Operations For America, that states its top goal as advocating real conservative and like-minded candidates who want to bring true leadership back to Washington and who believe in permanent and enduring American exceptionalism. The Crown Royal Curtiss Shaver 400 will be the start of a nationwide “Join the Battle” campaign by SOFA in reaching the hard working American voters prior to the November election.

“We’re proud to be part of NASCAR and this opportunity to reach millions of voters who share our time-honored, conservative values,” said Zinke -who was two-time member of the elite SEAL Team Six . “This is the type of grassroots effort that is needed in order to elect leaders who will restore America to its founding principles.”



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