Conquest Racing Makes Donation to Komen OC!

Eric Bachelart, Sonja Ness Stockton, Alex Tagliani, Lisa Wolter, and Jason Priestley

Eric Bachelart, Sonja Ness Stockton, Alex Tagliani, Lisa Wolter, and Jason Priestley

We are so pleased to announce that Conquest Racing has joined Komen OC in the battle to end breast cancer! The IndyCar Series team, in collaboration with with ODW Logistics and Jason Priestley of television fame, presented a $10,000 check to Komen, and will be raising awareness by placing a Susan G. Komen for the Cure decal on the front wing of their #34 Conquest car.

On Friday, a giant check was presented to Lisa Wolter, our Executive Director, by Conquest team owner Eric Bachelart, driver Alex Tagliani, ODW Logistics rep Sonja Ness Stockton, and Jason Priestly, co-owner of Rubicon Sports Agency.

“We are incredibly excited about this contribution and are thrilled to have Komen’s presence on the #34 car, raising awareness that everyone can help end breast cancer,” said Lisa Wolter. “When generous and unexpected donors like Conquest Racing step forward, they provide much needed funds to help local women who are battling breast cancer. Race car driving is typically a man’s sport, and here they are showing how much they care!”

Many thanks to Conquest Racing, ODW Logistics, and Rubicon Sports Agency for your generous support!

One Response

  1. […] news articles this week announcing the topics of our new board and the donation we received from Conquest Racing. You can see one of these articles, in the OC Metro, by clicking HERE. The other, in the Orange […]

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