Kasey Kahne, Speedway Children's Charity To Give Away Chopper

Ben BombergerSenior Writer IMarch 1, 2009

Ever wanted to win a custom-built chopper? Well here's your chance.

The Kasey Kahne Foundation and the Sonoma (Calif.) Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities are partnering on an exciting fundraiser to give away a custom-built chopper to one lucky racing fan.

The fundraiser will occur at this year's Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend at Infineon Raceway June 19-21.

The Kasey Kahne Custom Chopper Raffle officially kicked off Feb. 27, when a red-and-white chopper—built for Kahne by the world-famous Orange County Choppers—was unveiled.

"I am excited to team up with Infineon Raceway to raffle off this cool chopper to raise money for the Kasey Kahne Foundation and Speedway Children's Charities," Kahne said.

"Sunoco had this bike built by the guys at Orange County Choppers and it turned out great," Kahne went on to say. The lucky fan who wins the bike is going to be cruising around on one of the best looking choppers around."

It's no surprise that raffle tickets will be $9 each—the number of Kahne's Budweiser Dodge.

Tickets can be purchased by calling (800) 870-RACE. Kahne will select the winning ticket in the Winner's Circle at Infineon Raceway June 21.

"This is a terrific promotion and we're very grateful to Kasey for the opportunity to work together and benefit two great causes," said Steve Page, president and general manager of Infineon Raceway. "We look forward to handing this beautiful bike over to one of our fans in June."

Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Kasey Kahne Foundation, while Speedway Children's Charities proceeds will be distributed to qualified youth groups in Sonoma County.

The Sonoma Chapter of Speedway Children's Charities has distributed more than $3 million to youth groups in Sonoma County since 2002.


For more information on the "Kasey Kahne Custom Chopper Raffle," visit www.infineonraceway.com, www.speedwaycharities.org, or www.kaseykahnefoundation.org, or call (800) 870-RACE.