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NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski teams up with Atrium Health Cabarrus for Veteran Recognition

CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. (WBTV) - In a news release, Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation has announced a grant it has received for a second year from NASCAR Driver Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation will continue funding the Veterans Recognition Program at Atrium Health Cabarrus. During a presentation held at Atrium Health Cabarrus on June 17, 2021, Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation presented a check in the amount of $114,350 to the Foundation and Hospital leadership to continue supporting the Veterans Recognition Program at Atrium Health Cabarrus. Since the program’s inception, the Checkered Flag Foundation has gifted at a total of $158,009.96 to the program.
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Keselowski used a three-wide move in the final 10-lap segment of Sunday night’s All-Star Race to grab the lead, only to see Hendrick driver Kyle Larson use his own risky maneuver to move out front with seven laps to go. Larson managed to hold off Keselowski the rest of the...
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On Wednesday night’s episode of Jeopardy!, the game show got a helping hand from NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski who presented a clue for the contestants. During the Double Jeopardy! Round tonight, Keselowski made an appearance in the reoccurring “POTPOURRI” category. The classic category is a mixed bag of unrelated questions compiled into one group. The race car driver chimed in from Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the $1,200 clue.
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Brad Keselowski joined Penske Racing in 2010 for his first full season on the NASCAR Cup Series. In the last 11-plus years, the No. 2 car has recorded 34 wins and captured the 2012 championship. Last week news broke that Keselowski was potentially heading to Roush Fenway Racing, where he would have an ownership stake in the team. There has been no official word from the team but Roger Penske’s latest comments appear to indicate it’s all but a done deal.
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