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France Award
By NASCAR Wire Service

Daniel Noltemeyer of Louisville poses with the check for the Fourth Annual Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award during the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards at Wynn Las Vegas on December 5, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Noltemeyer helped establish Best Buddies Kentucky, which promotes social inclusion for people with developmental disabilities. Daniel Noltemeyer, a 33-year-old from Louisville who was named winner of the annual Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award last year, was a visitor to Talladega Superspeedway Sunday morning. Noltemeyer, who has Down syndrome, established Best Buddies Kentucky, a foundation that creates opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has become a spokesperson for the foundation and works for more inclusion for those with disabilities. The Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, now in its fifth year, includes a $100,000 from The NASCAR Foundation to Best Buddies Kentucky. People may nominate dedicated NASCAR fans who have made a profound impact on the lives of children in their community at NASCAR.com/award through May 8. Source: NASCAR Wire Service FULL STORY »

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