Veterans for Child Rescue continuing relationship with Mike Harmon Racing for 2020

Photo By: Nigel Kinrade Photography / NKP

By Sarah Handy, Staff Writer

Mike Harmon Racing and Veterans for Child Rescue have announced a continued relationship in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for the 2020 season.

Vets 4 Child Rescue (V4CR) is a non-profit organization founded by former NAVY SEAL, Craig “Sawman” Sawyer. Sawyer grew up near Houston, Texas and went on to get his tactical start in the United State Marine Corps. He quickly went on and transitioned to the U.S. Navy to pursue high-level Special Operations as a U.S. Navy SEAL.

Sawman as he’s known, founded V4CR in April of 2017 with the purpose to raise awareness of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. He is now dedicated to raising awareness on this horrible epidemic, rescuing victims and putting predators behind bars.

(Photo Courtesy of: Craig Sawyer)

The organization will serve as a primary sponsor on the No. 74 Chevrolet driven by Mike Harmon in the season-opener NASCAR Racing Experience 300 at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday February 15.

“Veterans for Child Rescue is proud to announce our continued relationship with Team Mike Harmon Racing for 2020,” said Sawyer. “We’re excited about the new racing season and honored to stand next to Mike Harmon and his long-time dedication to our country and those who have served. Let’s go racing!”

V4CR have been a part of the Mike Harmon Racing family for the past couple seasons and the MHR team as a whole are excited to have Sawyer and his organization back for another year.

“All of us at MHR are grateful for another season of partnership with Craig Sawyer and his organization Veterans 4 Child Rescue. We have tremendous support from V4CR as they do from us,” said Harmon. “It goes way beyond a logo on the car, what Craig and V4CR are doing to protect our children from child traffickers is incredible. It’s an honor to be carrying their logo and mission on the MHR Chevy Camaro.”

To learn more about V4CR you can visit their Official Website at: https://vets4childrescue.org/

The organization can also be found on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Vets4ChildRescue/ 

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