CONCORD, N.C. -- This July at Kentucky Speedway, Dale Earnhardt Jr. will drive a unique paint scheme for a great cause.
Tuesday afternoon, the No. 88 Nationwide Children's Hospital Chevrolet SS was unveiled, and along with it Nationwide has provided a way to help children everywhere.
A new fundraising campaign allows fans the opportunity to have their name emblazoned on Earnhardt's No. 88 Chevy while simultaneously supporting patients receiving care at Nationwide Children's Hospital.
During the Ride with Dale Jr. to Help Kids Everywhere campaign, fans that donate at three different levels can have their name a part of Earnhardt's Kentucky race weekend.
For a $188 donation, fans will receive their name on the hood of the No. 88 Nationwide Children's Hospital Chevrolet SS in addition to an official team hat and a photo of Earnhardt and the car on the track. There are 100 spots available at that donation level.
For a donation of $88, fans will get their name on the hood of the No. 88 Chevy. There are 400 spots available at that donation level.
Finally, for just a $50 donation, fans can have their name placed on the No. 88 team's pit wall banner. There are 1,000 spots available on the pit wall banner.
Names featured on the hood will be selected on a first-come, first-serve basis, with no more than 500 names making the car due to space requirements.
So make your donation now -- the Ride with Dale Jr. to Help Kids Everywhere campaign is now underway!
In addition, you can read more about Earnhardt's Driven to Give Gloves program, which raises funds for Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s clinical and research programs.