Get the fire truck back on track!

The FDNY Race Team, (fdnyracing.com) is an established NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, (NCWTS) team that runs a limited part-time schedule and donates all its funds from racing – souvenir revenue to the FDNY & NYPD widows and children's fund. The team owner Jim Rosenblum, his driver Ryan Ellis, and the FDNY firemen crew are all unpaid volunteers. On May 16 while competing in the NC Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway the truck pictured above was destroyed in a 180 mph wreck caused by another driver, (see youtube.com/watch?v=A-i-RoNeqmA ). Our driver, Ryan Ellis, was not seriously hurt. We are seeking individual and corporate donations to help rebuild the FDNY NCWTS truck so we can continue to support the 9/11 survivor funds with our team’s NASCAR operations. Individuals who donate $1000 or more will receive a limited edition 1/24 die cast FDNY NCWTS truck signed by our driver, Ryan Ellis. Corporations that donate $5,000 or more will receive full associate sponsorship rights for our upcoming nationally-televised races at Pocono and Talladega Speedways, a commemorative signed photo and signage on the #28 FDNY NCWTS commensurate with the donation level. All donations over $100 will be recognized by name displayed on the deck lid of the #28 FDNY truck. Donations can also be made my mailing a check directly to: FDNY Racing, 125 Carroll Avenue Mamaroneck, NY 10543

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  • Tommo Number20six 
    • $50 
    • 51 mos
  • Karrie Okamoto-Kozai 
    • $25 
    • 64 mos
  • Kevin Marciano 
    • $25 
    • 64 mos
  • Jane Ellis 
    • $100 
    • 64 mos
  • Jacob Shaver 
    • $100 
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Ryan Ellis 
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Mooresville, NC
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