Eager to Revisit Fans at Genesis Development

From CDR
Making the long trek from California where they competed most recently, Craig Dollansky and the Eyecon Trail Cameras #7 team will once again take part in ‘Race Day’ at Genesis Development in Storm Lake, Iowa on Thursday prior to competing in World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series action the following day at nearby Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer.

Celebrating 40 years of creating opportunities, choices, and support for people with disabilities, Genesis Development has put on this special event since 2009 with the #7 team participating in years past.  For the driver known as ‘The Crowd Pleaser’ out of Elk River, Minnesota, the opportunity to spend time with fans away from the track is always something he enjoys.craig dollansky racing

“We’re looking forward to returning to Genesis Development on Thursday,” commented Dollansky.  “Seeing all the young fans that are excited about racing is something that we enjoy being a part of and a great event away from the race track to be able to support.”

With an abundant amount of anticipation, clients of Genesis Development have talked about the event for a long time with many traveling great distance to be in attendance.

“We have been honored to have Craig and his team at our event to do a meet and greet before the Outlaws race at Spencer,” said Angela Duitsman of Genesis Development.  “We are very blessed to have someone like their team help us celebrate 40 years which really means a lot to our staff and clients to make the fundraiser a huge success.”

If you’re in the Storm Lake, Iowa area on Thursday, stop by 1607 North Lake Avenue from 4-7 PM and check out the 900+ horsepower Eyecon Trail Cameras sprinter!

Genesis Development is a private, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit rehabilitation organization that provides support for people with disabilities.  With eleven locations in Iowa, Genesis Development has been around since 1973 providing services to more than 1,300 people with a staff of over 350 individuals across ‘The Hawkeye State’.