|NASCAR's Robby Gordon
Presents Second Check to CSUF
For the second time in a year, Robby
Gordon has presented a $20,000 check to Cal State Fullerton
for alcohol education and programming
September 1, 2006:: No. 19
For the second time in a year, Robby Gordon, a National
Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) driver, has
presented a $20,000 check to Cal State Fullerton for alcohol
education and programming
Robby Gordon visited the commuter campus, where more than
35,000 students are enrolled in December to award a similar
Today's presentation was made at the California Speedway
in Fontana, where Mary Hermann, CSUF's director for health
education and promotion, and Brieana Roumeliotis, a CSUF
health educator, met Gordon on the racetrack prior to his
NASCAR Nextel Cup qualifying race. Gordon, a Bellflower native
and Anaheim Hills resident, has competed in all levels of
racing, including NASCAR Nextel Cup and NACAR Busch Series.
Cal State Fullerton's Division of Student Affairs and Dean
of Students Office will use the funds to further educational
efforts on campus related to alcohol use, consequences and
impact, specifically drinking and driving.
The funds are provided by the Century
Council and presented through Robby Gordon Motorsports.
The Century Council is a nonprofit organization of distilled
spirits companies that encourage education programs geared
to curtailing underage drinking and drinking and driving.
Mary Hermann, Student Health and Counseling Center,
657-278-2847 or email@example.com
Brieana Roumeliotis, Student Health and Counseling
Center, 657-278-7223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Robby Nisenfeld, Public Affairs, 657-278-3798 or email@example.com
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Mary Hermann, director of health education and promotion
in the Student Health and Counseling Center, joins Kandy
Mink Salas, dean of students, in accepting a $20,000
check from NASCAR driver Robby Gordon.