Saturday, September 28, 2019

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Poster

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Poster

Wallace's #43 Darlington Poster Honoring Adam Petty Auction


Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR


Mitchell is an eleven-year-old who loves NASCAR, everything Petty, and Bubba Wallace! He goes to lots of NASCAR races with his dad and always make posters to show support for his driver, Bubba Wallace, driver of the #43 and his team, Richard Petty Motorsports

For the Darlington race, Bubba drove a throwback scheme, designed to honor Adam Petty's win in the ARCA series, and the sponsor of the car, Victory Junction Camp. Mitchell made the poster in honor of Adam Petty, his legacy, and the camp.


That poster (pictured above) is autographed by Bubba Wallace, Kyle Petty, and the King of NASCAR - Richard Petty.  You can bid on this NASCAR artwork with all the proceeds of the sale to benefit Victory Junction Gang Camp Inc.


Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Interview of Mitchell by his Father

1) Mitchell, why did you make this poster?

Answer: To support Bubba Wallace and Richard Petty Motorsports. In memory of and honor of Adam Petty because of how good of a person he was. I am just happy Bubba got to drive that car.

2) Mitchell, why do you want to auction this poster off?

Answer: Because that is what Adam Petty would do. He would donate money to Victory Junction and he would do everything he could to make kids smile and I think something I dedicated to him should help a camp he wanted to make. I am just happy that my poster is gonna go for money that I can donate to get somebody to go to camp. My goal is to try to do the same thing that Adam would do. I want to be able to help that camp. I want to be a counselor when I turn 18. I want to help as much as I can to honor Adam Petty.

3) Why is Victory Junction special to you?

Answer: Because it is Adam Petty's legacy. It is what he wanted to make. I have been to Victory Junction Camp twice (not as a camper). When I was there I felt proud to be a 43 fan and to know about Adam Petty. It is a special place, just for kids who might not be able to go to camps like 4h or other camps I can go to.

4) What makes Adam Petty special to you?

Answer: He was just a great person. Everything he did for everybody was remarkable. There are not many people like that and I think that's pretty awesome.

Darlington marked Mitchell's 7th NASCAR race of the season and his 7th #43 poster this season. He makes them all for Bubba Wallace and the #43 team. He wanted to give the poster to the camp, but I made the suggestion that he auction it off for proceeds to go to Victory Junction Camp. He jumped all over it. He is so excited! His goal is no small one. He wants to raise enough money to send one camper to camp ($1,500-$2,500!). While I understand he likely won't reach his goal, I hope we can raise some funds for Victory Junction and some exposure as well! Mitchell's Dad

Click Here to Bid on Poster

 

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Eleven-Year-Old Supports Victory Junction with Hand Drawn RPM Bubba Wallace Poster #NASCAR

Adam Petty

Adam Kyler Petty was an American professional racing driver. He was the fourth generation from the Petty family to drive in races in the highest division of NASCAR racing. He is believed to be the first fourth-generation athlete in all of modern American professional sports.

Tragically, on May 12, 2000, in a practice session for the Busch 200 race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Petty's throttle stuck wide open going into turn three, causing the car to hit the outside wall virtually head on. Petty was killed instantly when he suffered a basilar skull fracture. He was just nineteen years old.

The Petty family founded Victory Junction in honor of their son and to honor his dream of helping children.


100% of the sale of this item will benefit Victory Junction Gang Camp Inc.

Victory Junction enriches the lives of children with chronic medical conditions or serious illnesses by providing life-changing camp experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering; all in a medically-safe environment at no cost to the camper or their family. Located in the hills of Randleman, North Carolina, Victory Junction is spread across 84 acres, allowing children to do what they do best - be kids, play, imagine, make friends and enjoy the adventures and experiences of camp life.


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