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HOW YOU CAN ASSIST SAM BASS

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 — If you are interested in financial assistance to Sam Bass, here are a couple of methods:     

More than 250 pieces of artwork, 85 guitars and assorted pieces of autographed NASCAR sheet metal from Bass will be sold at auction as part of a court-ordered bankruptcy sale.

The auction will take place on May 3 at 10 a.m. ET at the Cabarrus Arena in Concord, N.C. Simulcast-internet bidding will also be available with online pre-bidding that began on April 25

Iron Horse Auction Co. Inc. will conduct the auction.

For more details on the sale, check out ironhorseauction.com.

— As part of a Go Fund Me project, Motor Racing Outreach Benevolence Fund has been selected to handle all donations coming into the account.

Gwen J. Howard is the person at MRO in charge of distribution of those funds to Bass. All donations coming here will go toward his mounting medical bills.

       Visit www.gofundme.com/nascar-artist-sam-bass-needs-kidney.

— You may also visit go2mro.com to contribute.

— Also, if you’re interested in purchasing art, contact Sambass.com

EMAIL STEVE AT steve.waid@popularspeed.com

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Steve Waid

Steve Waid has been in motor sports journalism since 1972, the year he first started covering NASCAR, when he started his newspaper career at the Martinsville (Va.) Bulletin. From there Waid spent time at the Roanoke Times & World as well as NASCAR Scene, where he was the executive editor for 10 years. After retiring in 2010 he became the Vice President of Unplugged Auto Group for its website, MotorsportsUnplugged.com and has now joined POPULAR SPEED as an editor and columnist. Waid has won numerous writing awards and other such accolades. In January of 2014 he was inducted into the NMPA Hall of Fame.