Wish Upon A Star Foundation Invites Battery Powered Race Cars to Join in Future Events
Joliet, Illinois. May 19, 2002, NetGain Motors, Inc. again joined with the Wish Upon A Star Foundation at a charity event sponsored by PEP Boys Auto Parts in Joliet, Illinois. PEP Boys sponsored a car show, with all proceeds benefiting the Wish Upon A Start Foundation.
NetGain's battery powered dragster, BAD AMPLITUDE, was one of the featured display vehicles, thrilling children of all ages with the opportunity to see, touch and in some cases -- sit inside a real race car. NetGain also displayed their newest vehicle -- a stock hybrid-electric Honda Insight that will be converted into a dedicated pure electric drag racing vehicle later this year. The Honda Insight (to be named "Out-a-Sight") was entered into the "Burnout" contest. People were astounded to see hybrid-electric vehicle that was capable of "smoking the tires."
The Wish Upon A Star Foundation executive director, Donald C. West, Jr., after seeing how well the audience, especially children, took to these unique vehicles; invited NetGain to join with them in a number of future events, including the Sheriff's Challenge Drag Race in September, an autograph session in January and their annual Easter Day Parade.
The Wish Upon A Star Foundation is a charity organization that helps fulfill the dreams of terminally ill children by granting individual wishes. Children's wishes often involve meeting celebrity actors and sporting figures, getting a computer -- or going to Disney Land.
NetGain Motors, Inc. has a strong interest in community involvement and is proud to be a part of the Wish Upon A Star's activities.
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