Ray Evernham, a former NASCAR championship crew chief, hosted the fourth annual AmeriCarna LIVE Car Show to benefit IGNITE — the Autism Society of North Carolina’s community center for young adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome. About 5,000 people attended the show with more than 500 cars at the Ingersoll Rand North American Headquarters and Corporate Center in Davidson on Nov. 26.
Ray Evernham, a former NASCAR championship crew chief, hosted the fourth annual AmeriCarna LIVE Car Show to benefit IGNITE — the Autism Society of North Carolina’s community center for young adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome. About 5,000 people attended the show with more than 500 cars at the Ingersoll Rand North American Headquarters and Corporate Center in Davidson on Nov. 26. Marty Price Marty Price
Ray Evernham, a former NASCAR championship crew chief, hosted the fourth annual AmeriCarna LIVE Car Show to benefit IGNITE — the Autism Society of North Carolina’s community center for young adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome. About 5,000 people attended the show with more than 500 cars at the Ingersoll Rand North American Headquarters and Corporate Center in Davidson on Nov. 26. Marty Price Marty Price

Car show in Davidson raises money, awareness for those with autism

November 30, 2016 01:48 AM

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