BradK Part of Top 100 Philanthropists

BradK Part of Top 100 Philanthropists

By |2018-10-26T17:52:50-04:00October 26th, 2018|The Latest|1 Comment

Author: Derin Cag

Date: Oct. 24, 2018

Whether you’re a would-be philanthropist or have spent some years being one. You could be worse-off than to read the short biographies of philanthropists who have been through the journey before.

So we’ve compiled a list of top philanthropists. It’s a list of the most influential philanthropists, particularly at being pro-active. If you’re an enthusiast of relevant fields including philanthropy, social enterprise or sustainable development, it is critical that you follow and connect with these influencers and expand your professional network.

BradK was No. 81 on the list of 100 Top Philanthropists in 2018. Click here to view the full list.

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  1. Dennis Schalm October 31, 2018 at 2:13 pm - Reply

    I don’t know how much you remember of me, but I lettered your dad’s race car from his super late model around ’84, until I did the first Winnebago car that was on the first hero cards with them. Designed the paint scheme Brian won his ARCA races in.
    In 1990, I started traveling with Charlie Newby, so I remember those days well that you were talking about.
    I don’t know if you know about the story when we blew the rear end up coming home from Daytona testing in ’94. Lucky your dad’s car was being taken to the SEMA show, when they stopped to see if they could help. They took Charlie around to the junk yards to find Nother axle. Not shaft the whole assembly. Brake drum to brake drum. We actually changed to whole rear end on the side of I-75. We all had those kind of days.
    After Charlie stopped the full time thing, I went to work for ARCA. Became one of the flagmen, but had a heart attack at Springfield about a half hour after Dean Roper did. Things went up and down, and had to retire from everything around 2005. Fifty years of a track rat over that fast. Mg dad used to grade Mt. Clemens when it was dirt, so I was there if there was a race.
    So if at a track a tall guy, who did sometimes people came to me because they thought I was Ron, says “Hi, I’m Dennis.” well that will be me.
    Congrats on your recognition as one of the good ones, even if some at the track don’t know the real you and your family.

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