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Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch made a visit to my hometown, Rochester, NY, this morning to promote the August 11th running of the Cheez-It 355 At The Glen. Busch brought along his #18 M&Mâs Toyota for the visit. He met with Rochester Mayor Thomas Richards then took to the street.
What did he do between Broad Street and Fitzhugh Street? He gave away donuts. No, not those donuts, these donuts:
It was a shame I missed out on the action because it would have been cool to see. I guess Iâll just have to get my fix at the race in Watkins Glen. August 9th canât come soon enough!
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