- Published on Thursday, 31 October 2013 06:51
Jill Canuso Launches Booster T-Shirt Fundraiser to Benefit DRAW
Pottstown, PA – October 30, 2013 – Calling all Crazy Lady’s, those who know them, live with them and love them! Jill Canuso is pleased to announce the launch of her ‘1 Crazy Lady’ Booster T-Shirt Fundraiser. All funds raised will go directly to the Drag Racing Association of Women (DRAW.) Here is your chance to SHOW YOUR COLORS and support this wonderful organization. The Limited Edition T-Shirt will be available for purchase at www.booster.com/1crazylady until November 30th, 2013.
“When we reach our goal of 125 shirts sold, we’ll have raised about $1,000.00 for DRAW. This will be a notable achievement, but I’m optimistic that the generosity and support of the racing community will push us well beyond 125,” said Canuso.
The ladies fit T-shirts feature the ‘1 Crazy Lady’ logo with motto, “It’s Time to Set Your World on Fire,” and are made of 100% certified pre-shrunk organic cotton - Small to 3XL. Also, they’ll make the perfect Holiday Gift, as all shirts will be delivered approximately 2 weeks after the November 30th closing date. Ms.Canuso stated that in addition to the funds generated by the Booster T-Shirts, a percentage of all ‘Crazy Lady’ merchandise, purchased at CrazyLadySuperStore.com, will also be donated to DRAW for the entire year.
About Jill Canuso: Jill started Flat Track Motorcycle racing at 5 years old. Her racing career has been very diverse, and has included Motorcycles, Midgets, Monster Trucks and everything in between. Currently, she pilots the #1 Exhibition Jet Dragster in the World, the famed 300mph+ 'BIC Lighter/GOJO/Xlerator' sponsored Queen of Diamonds II, for Hanna Motorsports - Enfield, CT. In addition, she is the owner of 1 Crazy Lady Racing & Promotion, and leads the Marketing Team at S&W Race Cars and Components.
For more information visit www.jillcanusoraces.com.
About DRAW: In 1985, The Drag Racing Association of Women (DRAW), a non-profit 501(C)(3) charity organization, was created to provide financial and emotional support to individuals involved in drag racing accidents at a track. From 1985 through 2012, DRAW provided a total of $4,078,942 in financial assistance to 781 racing families. For more information on D.R.A.W. please visit www.drawfasthelp.org.