Bristol Motor Speedway offers fundraising opportunities for non-profit organizations during upcoming Food City Dirt Race weekend
Bristol Motor Speedway officials are seeking high-quality non-profit volunteer groups to assist with various assignments during the upcoming NASCAR event weekend, the Food City Dirt Race, March 27-28.
Volunteer groups will receive a donation to their organizations in exchange for providing volunteers and satisfactory completion of all duties. Duties include assisting ticket holders in finding their seats, ensuring the comfort and safety of guests, assisting with traffic flow into and out of the event and general hospitality to all guests. Training is provided.
Volunteer groups who wish to apply will need to be aware of the following requirements:
• The group must be a non-profit school, church or organization under applicable IRS rules and must be able to provide proof of its non-profit status
• The group should be prepared to provide at least 10 volunteers each day
• All volunteers must be at least 18 years of age
• All volunteers must participate in usher training prior to race days
• All volunteers must be friendly, outgoing, and helpful hosts to Bristol’s guests.
BMS is seeking 75 volunteers for each day. For the March 27 races, ushers must report at 1:30 p.m. and for the March 28 race, ushers must report at noon and stay at their posts until conclusion of each day’s on-track activities. Volunteer groups will receive a donation based on the number of volunteers and hours they contribute. Each volunteer with each group is expected to work a minimum of 8 hours.
The deadline for response is Monday, March 8. Contact email@example.com to submit a request.