Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/19/14
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – It’s not often that a race car driver wants to be second, but Blake Koch is excited to share that message with the NASCAR community at Daytona International Speedway. Koch will carry primary sponsorship from I am Second, a movement meant to inspire people of all kinds to live for God and for others, on his No. 24 SR² Motorsports Toyota Camry in the DRIVE4COPD 300 on February 23, 2013. Koch will also receive backing from Salt Life and Support Military in associate sponsorship. I am Second is designed to help people discover their purpose in life. Its website was created four years ago and has already been viewed by over 25 million people from 219 countries. It highlights ordinary people and celebrities who have faced personal struggles and the transformations they’ve experienced. Koch has been a longtime supporter of the organization and filmed a video for its website in 2012. He is proud to have its colors on his car in one of the Nationwide Series’ biggest races of the season. “Having I am Second on my Toyota Camry at Daytona is an incredible opportunity,” Koch said. “First of all, it gives me a chance to share my faith with the fans and spread the message of hope that has been so important to me. It also gives me the opportunity to race at Daytona International Speedway. That’s everything I can hope for as a driver.” In addition to I am Second, Salt Life and Support Military will be on Koch’s car as associate sponsors. Salt Life’s logo, seen on shirts and other clothing from sea to salty sea, is ready for a vehicle, board or wall. One of their original decal designs will show the world your way of Salt Life. Support Military aims to Link America to verified organizations that provide needed support to Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, Veterans and their families. -SR² Motorsports PR
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