Racing driver Andy Lally has plenty of room for sponsors on his NASCAR Xfinity Series Chevrolet Camaro he will race in this weekend’s Mid-Ohio Challenge, but Wayne Taylor Racing driver Jordan Taylor wants to change that.
Taylor has launched a GoFundMe campaign to put his face on various parts of the Xfinity Series Camaro. The racing driver will match the first $1,000 in donations to his cause with a donation to Camp Boggy Creek, a camp for kids with serious illnesses, and is asking anyone to who donates to him to also match it with a donation to the camp.
“I am trying to get my face on Andy Lally’s XFINITY Chevy Camaro for this weekend’s race at Mid-Ohio,” Taylor writes. “This is not just a desparate cry for attention, but it is to help bring awareness and raise money for Camp Boggy Creek.
“I will match the first $1,000 that is raised, and donate it to Camp Boggy Creek, to help send a kid to camp. Camp Boggy Creek is a camp where children with serious illnesses and their families can go and experience the week of a lifetime.
“In return, I ask that whatever you donate to this, big or small, that you match it with a donation to Camp Boggy Creek.”
The campaign has so far raised $1,665 of a $7,000 goal. On an Xfinity car, $200 will get you a small logo on the c-pillar, while $1,000 will get you something on the deck lid or lower quarter panels. A $3,000 check will get your logo on the hood, while $7,000 can get you the whole car.
So, if you want to see Jordan Taylor’s face on Lally’s Camaro this weekend, be sure to donate to Taylor’s wonderful cause.