With the new Nascar season fast approaching, the Motor Racing Outreach Community Center and staff are anxious to pull into Daytona to start the 2022 season.
With scheduled maintenance complete on our equipment, we have scheduled the Community Center and staff for 22 races. We have missed being able to provide support for your families as we have always done before 2020 turned our world upside down. Our staff is excited and looking forward to seeing everyone more this season.
Would you please consider helping make our 2022 season possible by sponsoring the MRO Community Center for a weekend. It has been our joy to serve NASCAR families and community for 20 plus years.
Our operational costs, as I mentioned earlier, have already begun with the annual maintenance on our equipment. Weekly staff support and operational costs related to getting equipment to the track can only be met with your help financially throughout the season.
We are so grateful for your generosity though the years through race sponsorships, regular monthly donations, corporate sponsors and weekly ongoing Community Center supply needs. Please feel free to contact me to discuss how we can partner together in supporting your family. Thank you! Melanie Self 704.507.2624 http://firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 MRO Community Center Schedule
Daytona Atlanta Martinsville Bristol Easter Egg Hunt Talladega Darlington Charlotte Nashville Road America Atlanta Pocono Michigan Watkins Glen Daytona Darlington Bristol National Anthem Talladega Fall Festival Charlotte Homestead Martinsville
The children will take center stage at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday, August 20 to sing the National Anthem!
ALL racing families are invited to join us! Kids of all ages are welcome to sing!
1) If your spouse works in the sport but you do not have a NASCAR credential or are unable to attain one, you can still join us! If you’re planning on coming without one, however, you must let us know! Bristol Motor Speedway is providing a limited number of pre-race passes for parent(s). We will give those out on Saturday at the CC beginning at 5:30 pm, when we sign the children in to sing (you must have one to go inside the track). Unfortunately, there is no parking in the Driver/Owner lot, but you will be able to get inside. We are parked in the back corner by the playground. If you come without a credential, you must have a pre-race pass, which will allow you to walk inside the track for pre-race activities and the National Anthem. As soon as pre-race activities are over, you must leave the infield. We would love to have you stay with us for the night – we have chairs outside as well as drinks, snacks, a restroom, and one television that shows the race. As we say at the CC, our house is your house!
2) We will take a trip to the suite on both Friday and Saturday. Friday is reserved for children ages 2.5 through 4th grade. Saturday is reserved for students 5th grade and up. Parents and others may be able to accompany their child only if we have extra tickets. We get a limited number and priority goes to the kids both days. We should know about 15 minutes prior to the start of the race if we will have extra space available. If you have a student who wants to come on Saturday, please let me know so I can add them to the RSVP list.
3) We do offer supervised childcare after the National Anthem performance for children who are 2.5 years old through the 4th grade. We’d love to have your child(ren) stay with us! The track provides pizza for dinner; we also have tons of toys, sno-cones, pop-corn, and cotton candy – fun will be had by all! If you’re interested in leaving your child with us, I will have a release form at the Community Center. Our supervised care closes at the end of the race.
We look forward to seeing many of you next weekend! Please let Miss Melanie Self or myself know if you have any questions or if there’s anything we can do for you or your family! Blessings to all!