NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kevin Harvick took a break before the start of the Elimination Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup to host local Greensboro, NC military troops at the Outback Steakhouse. They were celebrating Outback’s partnership with the Folds of Honor.
The Folds of Honor provides annual educational scholarships to the military families of those who have been killed or disabled while in active duty. Folds of Honor scholarship recipient, Keisha Johnston, a senior at the University of North Carolina was also on-site to take part in the celebration.
Budweiser, the sponsor of the No. 4 Stewart Haas Chevrolet has been supporting the Folds of Honor since 2010. Kevin Harvick has been racing Folds of Honor themed cars since 2011. Harvick drove a Budweiser/Folds of Honor car this year in May at Charlotte, June at Sonoma and July at Daytona. He finished second, 20th and 39th.
Founded in 2007 by Maj. Dan Rooney, Folds of Honor gives back to spouses and children of soldiers fallen or disabled in service to our country. Folds of Honor’s mission is to provide scholarships and assistance to families left behind in the fight to preserve American freedom.
For more information visit Folds of Honor.
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