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Raise Funds for Families Impacted by Robb Elementary School Tragedy Through Special Paint Scheme at PIR

06.03.2022 - Lexington, N.C.

Fans Encouraged to Text UVALDE to 501501 and a Make One-time $10 Donation to Support the Families and Community Affected by the Texas School Fatality

Our Motorsports announces today Jeb Burton’s memorialized paint scheme for this Saturday’s inaugural NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Portland International Raceway (PIR) which pays respect to the 21 lives that were innocently taken during the May 24, 2022, tragedy at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX.

This weekend, “Text UVALDE to 501501 to give $10” can be read across the rear bumper and quarter panels of Burton’s No. 27 Chevrolet Camaro. Race fans and members of the motorsports’ community are encouraged to follow the call to action and give $10 (which will appear as a one-time donation on your wireless bill) to the Robb School Memorial Fund, which directly supports the students, families, faculty, volunteers, and Uvalde community who have been impacted by the horrific loss at Robb Elementary School.

“We’ll be racing with a purpose and a goal this Saturday – and that’s to deliver the best finish possible for everyone affected by last week’s tragedy at Robb Elementary School,” said Burton. “I’m asking the NASCAR community to come together and show their support by texting UVALDE to 501501 and making a $10 donation to help each family of the 21 victims who are struggling to cope with the loss of their loved ones.”

21 pairs of angel wings, individually overlaid with the face of Robb Elementary School’s coyote mascot are symbolized on the trunk of Burton’s race car to honor each of the 19 students and two teachers who lost their lives. Additional Robb Elementary School artwork encompasses the No. 27 Chevrolet Camaro in support of those affected by this tragedy.

“On behalf of the entire Uvalde CISD, we express our sincerest gratitude for the remarkable support of the NASCAR Xfinity Series. We are heartbroken at the innocent lives lost,” said Dr. Hal Harrell, Superintendent of Uvalde CISD. “The Uvalde CISD Administration, staff, and families will forever be thankful for the support of our community and nation. We believe in ourselves, pray for a brighter future, and together we are #Uvaldestrong.”

The Robb Elementary School memorial paint scheme will be on track for the Inaugural running of NASCAR Xfinity Series race at PIR this Saturday, June 4 with race coverage airing live on FS1 at 4:30 p.m. ET.

For those wishing to donate to the Robb School Memorial Fund may do so by contacting the First State Bank of Uvalde at (830) 356-2273 or by visiting

About Robb Elementary

Robb Elementary is home to nearly 600 students in grades 2nd through 4th grade. The Robb Family strives to meet the needs of each student by providing quality instructional programs that ensure academic success. The staff collaborates to do whatever is needed for the students to reach their potential. The Robb Elementary staff is committed to working with parents as an educational team to build a positive learning environment.

About Uvalde CISD

The Uvalde C.I.S.D. currently serves over 4,000 students on 8 campuses. Uvalde C.I.S.D. operates three secondary campuses; Uvalde High School, Crossroad Academy, and Morales Junior High. There are five elementary campuses; Batesville, Dalton, Flores, Robb, and Uvalde CISD Dual Language Academy. The Uvalde community is located in Uvalde County at the crossroads of the two longest highways in the United States often referred to as the Crossroads of America, US Highway 90, and US Highway 83. Uvalde is 80 miles west of San Antonio and 70 miles east of Del Rio on US Highway 90. Uvalde C.I.S.D. consists of 1,093 square miles in Uvalde, Real, and Zavala counties. Uvalde’s economy is based on agriculture and mineral production.

About the OneStar Foundation

OneStar strengthens Texas communities by creating pathways for individuals and organizations to engage, connect and accelerate their impact. We advance service and volunteering as effective solutions to our state’s toughest social challenges. We are recognized as a statewide voice for the Texas nonprofit sector and a respected partner to foundations, state agencies and the business community. As a nonprofit born from state government, we carry out our unique mission with direction and guidance from the Office of the Texas Governor. Learn more at

About Our Motorsports

Established in 2020, Our Motorsports is a multi-car team which competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) and is Co-Owned by Chris Our and Vic Reynolds. Mr. Our brings a strong set of family values and an impressive work ethic to one of the highest levels of American Motorsports after competing for years on the local tracks in his home state of Massachusetts. After serving as a primary partner in the NXS with his personal company (The Original Larry’s Hard Lemonade), Mr. Reynolds brings his expertise in the fields of marketing and business development to the newly founded race team. Our Motorsports has achieved 6 top five and 24 top ten finishes in their first two seasons and are poised to contend for wins in 2022 and beyond. For the 2022 season they are fielding three full-time teams. Their drivers include Brett Moffitt, Jeb Burton, and Anthony Alfredo. To learn more about Our Motorsports, please visit and follow us on social media. Twitter at @OurMotorsports, Instagram at @our_motorsports, and Facebook at Our Motorsports.

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