New Superspeedway GM Drives Philanthropy

Wilson Bank & Trust Track Laps Day success keeps donations flowing in for community nonprofits

Article by Lindsey Hickman

Photography by Speedway Motorsports, Nashville Superspeedway

Originally published in Lebanon City Lifestyle

With its new GM Matt Gerci at the helm, Nashville Superspeedway continues to grow their already outstanding reputation for community support through Speedway Motorsports nonprofit organization, Speedway Children’s Charities (SCC).

He says it was the incredible people and endless opportunities in Middle Tennessee that drew his family here, explaining that the culture, community and first-class entertainment in this region make it such a desirable place to work and live.

Each Speedway operates a chapter of SCC designed to drive impact at a local level with charitable funds raised through dedicated events such as the Wilson Bank & Trust Track Laps Day hosted last month. Ticket holders were allowed to drive personal vehicles around NASCAR’s largest concrete track, right here in Lebanon.

Proceeds then support organizations like Rescue 1 Global, a Tennessee group focused on combating human trafficking, that was awarded $12,000 earlier this year (pictured above).

Gerci said, “We are honored to partner with their team and excited about the additional opportunities we’ll have to come alongside other organizations making a difference in our community.”

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