With support from Mudd Advertising, driver, Brennan Poole will be racing in an Ad Man featured car this weekend to “Break the Cycle”
Poole has partnered with the Los Angeles, California, non-profit organization, “Break the Cycle” to end dating violence. Poole will be racing in this weekend’s ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards. Coming off a big win a couple weeks ago at Michigan International Speedway, Poole is feeling very confident about this weekends race. Poole also has some added support as he will be driving the number 55 /Toyota, featuring Mudd Advertising’s Ad Man book, to “Break the Cycle.”
“Break the Cycle” is the only U.S. agency that provides dating abuse prevention programs exclusively to the younger generation. Break the Cycle teaches young people to build and help others build lives and communities that are free from domestic and dating violence. Poole, a spokesperson for Break the Cycle will also be speaking at the LoveIsRespect National Youth Advisory Board Conference in Los Angeles from July 12-14. The conference annually brings select young leaders together for a retreat in order to continue their fight against domestic violence issues.
Poole, who is a full-time ARCA Series competitor for Venturini Motorsports, finished third in the national points standing in 2012. This year Poole will be racing a limited schedule as he pursues other sponsorship opportunities. He hopes to pick up his second win of the season in the upcoming Herr’s Chase The Taste 200. The ARCA Series race coverage will air on NBC Sports Network on Thursday, August 1 with coverage beginning at 11 p.m. EST of the Winchester race. ARCAracing.com will also provide live timing and scoring of all ARCA on-track activity as well as live flag-to-flag audio coverage of the Herr’s Chase The Taste 200 on Sunday.
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