NAPower - NASCAR Driver Parker Kligerman Racing for Speedway Children Charities and CHaD

Kligerman will be Sponsored by North American Power for Upcoming NHMS Nationwide Race  

Concord, N.H. (July 9, 2013) - NASCAR Nationwide series driver Parker Kligerman will be racing for a worthy cause at the upcoming NASCAR Nationwide Series CNBC Prime’s “The Profit” 200 taking place at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 13.  Kligerman’s sponsor, North American Power, will donate $1,000 for every lap lead - up to ten laps - to the Speedway Children's Charities with the funding directed toward CHaD, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth and David’s House

“I recently had the opportunity to tour CHaD’s incredible facility and meet some of the families benefitting from their great work,” said Kligerman.  “I will be doing my best behind the wheel of the #77 North American Power Toyota on Saturday to raise as much money as possible to support their mission.”  

“Parker is a great driver and we’re excited to sponsor him, as well as support the local community,” said Greg Breitbart, Chief Marketing Officer at North American Power.  “Our company was founded on the belief of giving back to the communities we serve.  Partnering with Parker is allowing us to increase giving in New Hampshire while we enjoy the sport of racing with fans and customers.”  

This Friday, July 12, Speedway Children’s Charities have selected a special family to participate in “Hot Laps,” at NHMS, where Parker will take them around the track in the “Pace Car,” and give them a taste of what it’s like to be a real NASCAR driver.  “We are thrilled to be able to provide this “Once in a Lifetime” experience to a family.  We hope to put big smiles on their faces and help them forget about their day-to-day struggles,” said Cheryl LaPrade of Speedway Children’s Charities.

For those who want to meet Parker in person, he will be at NHMS signing autographs at North American Power’s booth on Friday from 4:30-5:00 and Sunday from 10:00-12:00. 

About Parker Kligerman - Kligerman is in his first full-time campaign in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, racing for Kyle Busch Motorsports.  Currently, he ranks eighth in championship standings with three top-5 and six top-10 finishes across 16 starts.  Overall in 34 career starts in NASCAR's second division, he has one pole, three top-5 and eleven top-10 finishes.  In his lone start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, he qualified 19th and finished 18th in the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event.

About North American Power - Founded in 2009 by energy veterans, Kerry Breitbart and Carey Turnbull, North American Power is one of the nation¹s fastest-growing energy suppliers, earning a spot on Forbes list of America¹s Most Promising Companies. Underscored by a commitment to community and sustainability, North American Power is giving Americans the ability to choose renewable energy at competitive rates with the flip of a switch, plus the opportunity to give back to charity and earn money by referring friends and family. North American Power currently serves over 250,000 customers nationwide. For more information, visit

About Kyle Busch Motorsports - Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) has quickly established itself as one of the most successful teams in all of NASCAR. Owned by NASCAR superstar Kyle Busch and fueled by his passion for winning, the team captured the 2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owner's Championship in its inaugural season and collected 18 Truck Series victories over its first three seasons. With a foundation of success entrenched in its Truck Series program, KBM added a NASCAR Nationwide Series program in 2012, registering 1 win, 3 poles and 4 runner-up finishes in its debut campaign.  In 2013, the team fields three youngsters chasing a driver's championship - Parker Kligerman in the Nationwide Series and Joey Coulter and Darrell Wallace Jr. in the Truck Series - while Busch teams with young drivers Chad Hackenbracht and Erik Jones in a quest for the Truck Series Owner's Championship.

KBM prepares a fleet of race-winning Toyotas out of its 77,000-square-foot facility in Mooresville, N.C. Pending LEED certification, the facility's state-of-the art equipment and innovative green initiatives make it unmatched among its peers. Fans can stay up-to-date with all the latest KBM news online, by liking the team on Facebook (KBMteam) and by following the team on Twitter (@KBMteam) and Google+ (+KBMteam).

About Speedway Children’s Charities - Speedway Children’s Charities help kids lead productive lives and ensure they have the same opportunities no matter what obstacle they are facing.  Speedway’s local chapters are partners in change working with a broad range of people and organizations to identify and resolve pressing issues dealing with children in their communities.  Their goal is to ensure every child in need be given the tools to build a better, brighter and healthy future.  Since the organization was founded in 1982, Speedway Children’s Charities has raised more than $47 million and made a difference in the lives of more than 11.3 million children across the United States.  For more information on SCC, please visit us at