NASCAR DRIVER PLAYS SHOE FAIRY BEFORE QUALIFYING IN KANSAS CITY
JJ Yeley Delivers Shoes To Three Deserving Kids At Children’s Mercy Hospital
On Friday morning, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver JJ Yeley acted as “Shoe Fairy” for Peach’s Neet Feet, before qualifying for the Kansas City STP 400. JJ, who drives for the #36 Tommy Baldwin Racing Sprint Cup Team, has challenged NASCAR fans to perform at least one “Random Act of Kindness” per week, for the entire 2013 NASCAR season. Living by example, JJ delivered three pairs of custom-painted shoes to three deserving child fighters and their families.
JJ’s first stop as a Peach’s Neet Feet “Shoe Fairy” was at Children’s Mercy Hospital. While delivering the shoes, JJ Yeley was able to hang out with three amazing fighters: Hudson, Avery, and Madison. JJ will continue to make stops at children’s hospitals while traveling across the country to NASCAR races. Join JJ Yeley and Peach’s Neet Feet and accept the challenge to spread kindness, one person at a time!
Peach’s Neet Feet donates custom, hand-painted shoes to children living with disabilities and fighting cancer and other serious illnesses. Every shoe is customized to complement each child’s life, interest, and courageous fight. These personalized, one of a kind gifts, lift the spirits of these fighter children and their families.
If you’d like more information about what JJ Yeley and Peach’s Neet Feet are doing to Pay it Forward through these Random Acts of Kindness, please contact Bob Chasse at 386.566.8754 or email@example.com. You may also contact Annie Smith at 505.486.9299 or firstname.lastname@example.org.