EARLYWINE BENEFITS HIGHLIGHT WILD CAT RACE
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (July 17, 2007) -- A
benefit auction for the family of Chris
Earlywine will be held Saturday evening at 6
p.m. during this weekend's WPSA PowerSports ATV
Tour AMSOIL Wild Cat Open Championship. The
event, from which all proceeds will go to the
Earlywine family, will be held in the pit area
of Wild Cat Creek MX.
In addition, ATV Racin' Extra Editor David
Screws will be selling copies of his newspaper
on site all weekend with all proceeds going to
the Earlywine family.
"It's great to see the ATV racing family come
together for this worthy cause," said
PowerSports Entertainment, Inc. Executive Vice
President of Operations Kent Lungstrom. "Nikki
and Caleb Earlywine have been in our hearts
since the Virginia event, and we're pleased to
help out any way we can."
To honor the fallen racer, Women B/C racer
Carrie Auchter will carry Chris' number 37 on
her quad this weekend. Auchter competed out of
the Earlywine Racing camp.
Earlywine suffered heart problems during a
practice session several weeks ago in Virginia
and, after being transported to a local
hospital, he passed away.
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