I got to spend some quality time with Revelocity Racing
and Brett Rowe
last Friday at Tomahawks Smokehouse and Saloon at his meet and greet with the fans.
It was good to have face time with not just Brett and his wife Shelley, but the others involved at Revelocity.
We spoke briefly about his run at Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago and, needless to say, the reason he got so much camera time – his meeting with the wall in lap 4 and replays at virtually every caution flag that dropped.
Any time Rusty Wallace is talking about you is good, but gee, that’s a hard way to get noticed.
Any publicity is good publicity, said Revelocity CEO Jason Hager.
If they don’t talk about you, you apparently aren’t standing out in the crowd.
Brett said he didn't black out when he missed the SAFER barrier by a dozen feet and hit driver side into the wall, but he said he hit hard.
Brett is getting prepared to qualify for the Busch race at Nashville on April 7. His car and back up are in North Carolina, and on the evening of his autograph session, getting the seats installed.
A gaggle of friends of Revelocity showed up along with the Official NASCAR Members Club to support Brett, who signed autographs and took photos with the fans.
ONMC members including a few local chapter presidents and a national advisor are in discussion of making the trip to Nashville to cheer on Revelocity.
If you want more information, or to express interest in joining the ONMC or going to the Nashville race, contact the ONMC local chapters from www.NASCAR.com, Paul Mullins, National Advisor at email@example.com
; me, Huntington Local Chapter President at firstname.lastname@example.org
; or Beckley Local Chapter President Barbara Burdette at email@example.com
. If you live in another area, you can find a local chapter at http://www.nascar.com/
To find out more about Brett Rowe
and Revelocity Racing,
visit their website at http://www.revelocityracing.com/