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Apparel company partners with Rick Ware Racing to raise money for cancer

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) -- Gotta Kill It To Heal It Apparel company is partnering with Rick Ware Racing to raise money for the Kay Yow Cancer Foundation.

Andy Wolfe, the owner of Gotta Kill It To Heal It, says, "I want everybody to know that it doesn't start on October 1st and it doesn't end on October 31st. It's a battle every single day for somebody fighting cancer."

Now a nationwide movement, Wolfe's shirts are featured in stores all across the country.

The apparel line will also be featured by Rick Ware Racing at a NASCAR Monster Energy event later this month as a way to raise additional funds for women fighting cancer of any kind.

"If you will donate a dollar and I have to hand-write your name on there, I'm going to put it on the car. We want everybody to be a part of the car," says Wolfe.

Dale Collins works at Dudley's Marina where Gotta Kill It To Heal It shirts are sold. He says the apparel line gets customer's attention.

"Anybody that walks in and sees the shirts, they've had something to do with it along the line," says Dudley.

With the line of apparel scheduled to be featured at the Martinsville 500, Collins says he expects more attention will be brought to women battling all cancers, not just breast cancer.

To learn more about this campaign and to donate, click the link below.

riveSmart teams up with Rick Ware Racing to sponsor J.J. Yeley at Dover

After a successful partnership at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway in July, DriveSmart Warranty announced today that they returning to Rick Ware Racing and will sponsor the team’s efforts in Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.

Veteran driver JJ Yeley will return to the driving duties of the No. 52 Ford Mustang for Sunday’s Cup Series Playoff race.

In their debut together, Yeley drafted to a competitive 12th-place finish at the “World Center of Racing” two months ago.

DriveSmart continuously strives to protect families from high-cost repair bills. Aligning with a team that stays true to family-oriented values, RWR and DriveSmart have come together to help all NASCAR fans save money on unexpected auto repairs.

DriveSmart will sponsor J.J. Yeley at Dover in October. Image from Rick Ware Racing. 

“We are very excited where we are going with DriveSmart Warranty,” said Rick Ware Racing team principal Rick Ware. “We kicked things off at Daytona in July and looking forward to having them with us again at Dover. We have been working on several projects since July and looking to build on what we have achieved going into the 2020 Cup Series season.

“DriveSmart CEO Daniel Rodd and his staff are exactly the kind of marketing partners we like to have at Rick Ware Racing, and they are great at promoting their involvement with our organization.”

Yeley, a native of Phoenix, Ariz. is poised to make his 20th career Cup start at the 1.0-mile track dubbed the “Monster Mile,” the 30th Cup Series race of the season.

The 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season continues with the Drydene 400 at Dover International Speedway on Sun., Oct. 6 at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC, the Motor Racing Network (MRN) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90.