It’s not right but bullying happens and a local race car driver is again signalling for the community to join her in taking a stand against it.
Now in its 6th year, the Weese Racing Anti-Bullying t-shirt campaign is in full swing and ready to hit the track on August 19.
Brighton Speedway Pro-Late Model Driver Caley Weese started the initiative as a way to bring awareness to an issue that is near to her heart.
Weese admitted she was often bullied as a child for being a bit of an introvert. Now six years into the campaign Weese said it feels amazing to hear they are making a difference in children’s and adults’ lives.
The bright blue and pink racing shirts are $10 each and the first 1000 customers receive a free ticket to the races that night.
“We know it happens,” said Weese. “We know it’s not right. Be a part of our feel good campaign. Be positive.”
Shirts can be purchased at Brighton Speedway or by messaging the Weese Racing #77 Facebook Page.