SEMA Show goers have a chance to win an autographed cap from Rick Hendrick or one of the Hendrick team drivers: Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt Jr. or Casey Mears. To enter, simply stop by the SEMA Cares booth in the Grand Lobby. While in the SEMA booth, learn more about the important charities SEMA supports, including children’s charities Childhelp and Victory Gang Junction Camp, the SEMA Scholarship Fund and the bone marrow donor registry program.
Rick Hendrick, chairman and CEO of Hendrick Motorsports, established the Hendrick Marrow Program at The Marrow Foundation in 1997 after he was diagnosed with leukemia. Even though he did not need a marrow transplant himself, he wanted to help other patients who did not have the resources to find a marrow match or to cover the uninsured transplant-related costs that are often barriers to treatment. Rick Hendrick and the Hendrick Marrow Program invite you to join their team by becoming a volunteer marrow donor on the NMDP Registry at this year’s SEMA Show.
Motorsports legend Rick Hendrick with bone-marrow transplant-recipient Samantha, a seven-year-old post-transplant patient who has fully recuperated thanks to a bone marrow donor. Why not help save a life at the SEMA Show? Visit the SEMA Cares booth at the SEMA Show in the Grand Lobby to join the national bone marrow registry. Want to sign up online? You can do so by visiting www.marrow.org/HELP/Join_the_Donor_Registry/index.html.