Paula Gray of Tallahassee, Fla., won the new 29-foot Coleman trailer from Camping World of New Hampshire in the Race Day Raffle Series.
The Charity Splits Co., of Joliet Ill., and Camping World of New Hampshire announced the winner, Paddock Talk reported.
Charity Splits kicked off its charity campaign, to benefit motorsports-related foundations, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, N.H., with TheRaceDayRaffleSeries.com 175 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Sept. 18. With the help of Camping World of New Hampshire’s donation of the trailer, the Race Day Raffle Series was able to raise funds for several organizations.
Participating charities and foundations included: the Tony Stewart Foundation, Victory Junction, the Petty Family Foundation, the Greg Biffle Foundation, the Ryan Newman Foundation, the Dale Jarrett Foundation and the Kyle Busch Foundation.
“We are so excited and blessed to have won this contest. When we saw that not only could we help multiple NASCAR charities and foundations, but also win a camper for ourselves, we were in,” said Gray. “Thank you to the Race Day Raffle Series, Camping World of New Hampshire and New Hampshire Motor Speedway for making this happen and for doing it for such a wonderful cause.”
Ryan West, director of marketing and sales for the Charity Splits, added, “We are so happy for Paula and for all of the charities. When we set out to do this, we really wanted to make an impact and the great fans of NASCAR and Camping World of New Hampshire helped us do just that.”
Doug Stape, general manager of Camping World of New Hampshire, made the long trek to Tallahassee to present the keys to the Grays.
“What a great contest and a great cause. We were proud to be a part of it,” Strape said.