Rick Ware Racing, Biohaven’s Nurtec ODT and Nine Line Apparel honor fallen service members

Rick Ware Racing today announced its partnership with Biohaven’s Nurtec® ODT (rimegepant) and Nine Line Apparel to honor fallen service members during Memorial Day Coca-Cola 600 weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Cody Ware, who will be racing the No. 51 Ford Mustang, will carry a special paint scheme with the Gary Sinise Foundation on board, the nonprofit organization for which organizations will be raising funds throughout May.

Nine Line Apparel will be donating a memorial t-shirt honoring fallen service members. Thanks to the purchase of each T-shirtbuyer may submit the name of a deceased service member to race on the hood of the #51 Ford Mustang. Proceeds from the t-shirt will be donated to the Gary Sinise Foundation.

“Our partnership with Rick Ware Racing and Nurtec ODT – this time supporting the Gary Sinise Foundation – is something we are honored to continue this Memorial Day,” said Rich Caponi, Chief Revenue Officer of Nine Line Apparel. “For us, helping to raise awareness and support such a great foundation, while honoring those who gave their lives for our freedom, humbles us beyond words, and we are grateful for the opportunity.”

The Gary Sinise Foundation was created under the philanthropic leadership of award-winning actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise, who has championed our nation’s defenders for nearly 40 years. The mission of the Gary Sinise Foundation is to serve our country by honoring and supporting our advocates, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need.

“As we approach Memorial Day weekend, we extend our deepest appreciation and gratitude to Rick Ware Racing, Biohaven’s Nurtec ODT and Nine Line Apparel for choosing the Gary Sinise Foundation as our charitable partner and honoring those who have given,” Gary Sinise said. , actor and founder of the Gary Sinise Foundation. “The Gary Sinise Foundation strives to do all we can to support our nation’s most seriously injured veterans, our service men and women, first responders, and the families who sacrifice alongside them – especially those who mourn the loss of their heroes – the families of our fallen whom we will never forget.”

“We are beyond grateful to have the opportunity to honor our nation’s heroes in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway,” commented team owner Rick Ware. “Over the past year and a half, we have been fortunate to create an impressive program to give back to our men and women in uniform, and their families. RWR as a whole is honored to pay tribute to all who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms, during the 600 Miles of Remembrance at Charlotte Motor Speedway.”

Since launching the Military Salutes program in 2021, RWR and Nurtec ODT have visited nearly 50 military bases across the United States, including attending the ceremony commemorating the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Working in partnership with Nine Line Apparel, the group has raised nearly $250,000 for various military charities and honored over 1,300 military personnel who have died in special campaigns with RWR’s NASCAR Cup Series cars.

“We often hear from active duty military, veterans and their families about the impact migraine has on their lives,” said Vlad Coric, MD, CEO and President of Biohaven. “Through our sponsorship with Rick Ware Racing, we have been able to support the military community and honor our fallen heroes and their families. We are grateful for their service and dedication to protecting our freedom. Our goal is to identify and Collaborate with innovative partners to raise awareness of migraine and Nurtec ODT as a treatment option.

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