CARRYING PLACE, ON – As bullying and its consequences continue to make its way into our schools and the lives of our children, there is one local team hoping to make a difference. Local dirt oval team, Weese Racing and team owner Caley Weese, first took a stand against bullying in 2012.
Caley’s goal was to build an anti-bullying awareness campaign to help stare bullies in the face. Weese did exactly that, with the launch of the Weese Racing Anti-Bullying Campaign last May. Immediately the campaign became a growing force. Weese sold over 700 bright pink t-shirts to a loyal following. As a child and young racing competitor, Weese is familiar with the cruelty that bullying is.
As the team prepares for the upcoming race season throughout the winter months Caley is busy working behind the scenes to launch an even larger anti-bullying campaign in 2013. Weese has made great ties and has partnered with the Kids Help Phone moving forward into the new season. Both parties have similar goals and together they can make an ever bigger difference within the Quinte area. Caley looks forward to a number of team events and events on behalf on the Kids Help Phone in 2013.
To help support the Weese Racing Anti-Bullying campaign or the Kids Help Phone, please visit email Caley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Weese Racing Team
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