LifeManagement Center, which helps children and adults with ADHD and learning differences, will have a NASCAR simulator during its annual fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at The Citadel Holliday Alumni House.
Participants will be able to drive a full-motion NASCAR vehicle that has been decommissioned into a full-motion simulator for the “ride of a lifetime.”
The driver will experience the turns, bumps and crashes of a NASCAR race while competing for prizes.
“We are confident this event will not only be a lot of fun but will be successful in raising funds for the growth of our programs, outreach and scholarships,” said Louisa Shingler, LifeManagement board president. “We encourage car enthusiasts and all members of the community to attend.”
The cost of the event is $40 for party participants and $75 for party/NASCAR simulator. The NASCAR simulator tickets are limited. Contact LifeManagement Center at 852-5705, email email@example.com or visit LifeManagement.org.
LifeManagement has locations in Charleston, Mount Pleasant and Summerville.
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