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NASCAR Team To Promote Bill To Reinstate Federal Parole

FedCURE has teamed up with Carter 2 Motorsports of Statesville, North Carolina, a New Limited Late Model and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Team.

The owner/driver, Roger Carter II, has agreed to feature HR 3072 prominently on his vehicle. FedCURE is pioneering the use of NASCAR racing cars to promote federal legislation now pending in the U.S. Congress, HR 3072 in particular -- A Bill to Revive the System of Parole for Federal Prisoners.

HR 3072, it seems, is the first promotion of federal legislation to be featured on a NASCAR vehicle. Along with HR 3072, FedCURE monitors several other bills currently pending in the U.S. Congress whose numbers will also adorn vehicles in the NASCAR circuit.

HR 3072's first race will be the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race in Bristol, TN, on 23 August 2006. This is the 17th race out of 25 on the 2006 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Schedule. They are looking at doing New Hampshire on 16 September, Martinsville on 21 October, and Homestead-Miami on 17 November 2006. The series has over 30 million fans in the United States.

FedCURE's lifetime member and PBS film producer, Allan Mason, is helping to sponsor the promotion of this venture through his company, BNN (Broadcast News Network) and a show he produces called "96 Seconds." BNN is going up with a crew to do a 6-7 hour shoot with NASCAR driver Roger Carter II and his folks at Carter 2 Motorsports. The first segment will air on cable to approximately 10-14 million viewers.

Roger Carter II has offered hospitality to FedCURE at the 23 August race in Bristol, Tenn. If anyone can make it for a day or two of racing and to man HR 3072's kiosk, please let us know soon by sending an e-mail to: Bring your laptops with Wi-Fi.

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