Friday, October 28, 2005

Marine For Life Program Honored

CONCORD, North Carolina, Oct. 28, 2005 - Typically, the Marine For Life program uses the term “where the rubber meets the road” to describe the hard-charging Reserve Marines who serve as District officers-in-charge and hometown links for the program.

But this phrase took on literal meaning here at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway when Team Rensi Motorsports honored the program by displaying the Marine For Life logo on the McDonalds number 35 Ford racecar that was driven by Jason Keller in the Dollar General 300 NASCAR Busch Series race.

Team Rensi Motorports, a staunch supporter of the Marine For Life program since the program’s inception in 2001, and McDonald's agreed to place the program’s logo on their racecar after a local hometown link approached the racecar owners with an offer, he knew, they couldn’t refuse.

"The Marine For Life Program has been a success story as a whole and we are thankful to Team Rensi Motorsports and McDonald's for displaying our logo this weekend in Concord," said Staff Sgt. Michael Brown, hometown link for the Marine For Life program in the greater Charlotte, N.C., area.


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