Young Racer Ready To Give Back
One of the most important and valuable things that an athlete can do is give back. And a 10-year-old races in Saskatoon is doing just that.
#93 Bandalero driver Ryley Schneider is going to be raising funds for Autism prior to his race at Wyant Group Raceway on Wednesday night. He is going to be selling puzzle piece decals (puzzle pieces are the Autism symbol) that he will put on the back of his car for the rest of the season.
Through support from his Dad Ron, Ryley has taken on raising funds on his own and has already appeared at a number of events. Helping support Autism and giving back to his sponsors AGI Insurance and Burco Electric not to mention all of his family and friends who are supporting him.
He will be selling the decals on the concourse at the track prior to the race at 7pm on Wednesday. He then will be turning the proceeds over to the Autism Society at their annual walk on on Sunday.
To hear my full interview with the Ryley click here.