A Fast Seat for Our Heroes will be held on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, at 10 a.m. in front of Greenfield Fire Station 21 (17 W South St. Greenfield, IN 46140). We look to rally our community to honor and support the first responders by hosting a drawing for 35 First Responders/Nurses who will take a high-speed two-seater ride at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
This high-speed two-seater ride is truly a once in a lifetime experience, and one you will never forget.
“Of all the rides we do in a year, the ones I love the best are the ones given as gifts, and especially those working on the frontline. The whole team at the lndyCar Experience is honored and privileged to be a part of this special event,” says Scott Jasek, Owner/Partner of lndyCar Experience
Registrations will be entered by the heads of each department, which includes, but not limited to, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Department, New Palestine Police Department, Greenfield Police Department, Greenfield Fire/EMS, New Palestine Fire/EMS, and Hancock Health nurses and respiratory therapists.
“A Fast Seat for Our Heroes is an awesome opportunity for the frontline workers in our community to experience a once in a lifetime fast lap at the greatest spectacle in racing. We are grateful to be a part of this event and thankful to everyone who has put forth effort to make this happen,” says, Jeff Rasche, Greenfield Police Chief.
“Our purpose for this event is to help raise awareness, support, celebrate, honor and most importantly say thank you to our First Responders for the difficult job they do every day putting their lives at risk to help protect and enhance our way of life,” says Alan Hammons, Owner/Partner of HRM Insurance Services.
The Indianapolis 500 Gordon Pipers will be providing entertainment during the event. To all of the
frontline workers in our community, a grateful community thanks you!
The high-speed two-seater rides for our heroes will take place on Tuesday, August 18th at the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway at 9 a.m.
For more information, please contact Mitch Gibson at 317-448-3070.