Random Acts on the No 81 of Jason Bowles this weekend at Atlanta

 

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Random Acts on the No 81 of Jason Bowles this weekend at Atlanta

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Friday, 31 August 2012 08:40
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Random Acts on the No 81 of Jason Bowles this weekend at Atlanta MMPR

MacDonald Motorsports is proud to announce that Random Acts will be featured on the No. 81 of Jason Bowles this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.  Random Acts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that aims to conquer the world, one random act of kindness at a time.  Bowles and the team are excited to represent such a great organization on the No. 81 for the NRA American Warrior300 this Saturday night.

“I learned about Random Acts through their director, Cinde Monsam,” says team owner Randy MacDonald.  “Without sponsorship for Atlanta, I presented them with the opportunity to be highlighted on our racecar this weekend and they were thrilled with the opportunity. It will be great to have Random Acts on the car, and hopefully this will inspire people to perform more random acts of kindness in their daily lives.”

Random Acts works to motivate people to demonstrate more kindness on a daily basis.  A stranger needs help carrying their groceries; a homebound neighbor could use some cheering up. These opportunities crop up every day and most of us are so busy that we miss them.  All you have to do is pay attention and offer kindness whenever, wherever you can.  To learn more about Random Acts and how to get involved, please visit www.therandomact.org.

"We couldn't be happier to have partnered with MacDonald Motorsports,” explained Misha Collins, Founder and Board President of Random Acts.  “Being featured in a NASCAR event is not only an honor, but it makes Random Acts both cooler and faster than ever before.”

Jason and the team come into Atlanta sitting 14th in the driver standings.  Through 23 races, Bowles has recorded 12top-20 finishes, with a best finish of 14th, twice.

  MMPR

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