In continuation of its “We Care” campaign, Front Row Motorsports (FRM) today announced its support of the Autism Society of America during National Autism Awareness Month (NAAM).
Now, more than ever, it’s time to remember and take care of all those in need. This includes the challenges facing the autism community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Autism Society of America was the first national autism organization to respond to the COVID-19 crisis with a comprehensive toolkit of information and resources compiled by leading experts from their Panel of People on the Autism Spectrum and Panel of Professionals.
Front Row Motorsports is now stepping up to provide awareness and aid throughout NAAM. Along with the Autism Society of America, we want to #CelebrateDifferences throughout April. This call-to-action includes:
- Sharing fans’ stories of how autism impacts their daily life
- ·Fans helping us spread autism awareness through social media
- Pledge to support the Autism Society of America this month by visiting:
Your pledge, monetary or not, enters you into a chance for two to join us at the season finale in Phoenix, Arizona.
The campaign will focus on consistent messaging across the team, John Hunter Nemechek’s, Michael McDowell’s and Todd Gilliland’s social media channels throughout NAAM.
— Front Row Motorsports —