PORAC was proud to once again partner with NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Kyle Weatherman and Wolfpack Racing this season, joining with the Contra Costa County Deputy Sheriffs Association (CCCDSA), Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Association (LAAPOA), Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Association (SEBA), Ventura County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (VCDSA) and Brass Half Full as the primary sponsors of the #92 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Weatherman at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana on February 26, Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 5 and Phoenix Raceway on March 12. The sponsorship helps spread awareness on a national scale about PORAC, its member associations and the important benefits they provide, as well as championing the law enforcement profession and stalwart supporters like Weatherman.
The Fontana race offered a prime opportunity for members to see the PORAC car in action. SEBA hosted an event attended by approximately 200 members and their families to cheer Weatherman on as he drove for DGM Racing in the Production Alliance 300 at Auto Club Speedway. While SEBA members provided security at the race, the association rewarded their hard work with free food and a meet-and-greet with Weatherman, who posed for photos and thanked law enforcement for their efforts in keeping the community safe.
“I think it’s important for SEBA to be out here for our members because we need to show them that we appreciate everything they do, day in and day out,” SEBA Vice President Danny Rosa said. “To come out and serve them food is the least we can do.”
SEBA President Grant Ward noted that Weatherman “has been so supportive of law enforcement for many years, and we’re super excited to give back to him.”
“I’m honored and blessed to represent you guys,” Weatherman told the assembled members.