(Special to Shawn Miller)
Harli White is set to tackle a new season’s slate. As always, she’ll be looking to score wins. However, she’ll have additional goals on the checklist. The Lindsay, Oklahoma racer has joined forced with a pair of organizations. By doing so, she hopes to spread awareness for the causes.
“We’re proud to showcase Dustin’s Dream and Life of Hope Ministries, whose missions we’re promoting across the country thanks to the support of Green Country Farms,” she said. “Steve Butler and his family own Green Country Farms and have been around modified racing for a long time. Steve’s raced and sponsored Modifieds, but this is his first time being a part of Sprint Car racing. I raced his modified last year and we’ve become close friends and now he’s supporting our race team.”
Dustin’s Dream, which was created in honor of the life of Dustin Chamberlain. The organization conducts international medical mission trips, provides scholarships for students entering the field of healthcare. In addition, the group partners with like-minded organizations to improve the welfare of at-risk families locally and internationally. For more information, visit www.DustinsDream.net.
Life of Hope Ministries works to better the lives of homeless children by providing them with an education, as well as emotional, physical and spiritual support. For more information, visit www.lifeofhope.org.
“We’ve been very fortunate to continue to grow our team with not only new sponsors, but a lot of the existing people and companies that have supported us year after year,” White said. “We’re very grateful for the support and we’re looking forward to achieving a lot of success this year.”
In addition to her new marketing partners, White has a special crew addition to her team. Veteran Sprint Car ace, Johnny Herrera has come on board as the team’s crew chief. White plans to contend for the 2019 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) championship.