June 6, 2017

Pro golfer Rickie Fowler is on board!

As the newest addition to the Racing to End Alzheimer’s team, Fowler has the star power to amp up enthusiasm and support for the organization’s signature race in September.

A longtime racing aficionado, Fowler was one of the sponsors of the #17 car that won last year’s IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge. When co-sponsor Phil Frengs, CEO of Legistics, proposed that they dedicate the penultimate race of the season to raising awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s research and support, Fowler was all in.

So now, instead of sponsorship logos blazing around the track on September 23, Fowler and Frengs have cleared the way for a high-visibility tribute to individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s. To find out more about how you can join this high-powered team, click here.

 



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