Summit Motorsports Park and Trinity Christian Academy Partner

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Last week Mary Lendzion called to interview Molly Rychener about TCA’s partnership with Summit Motorsports Park. This is the media release about the partnership for this season. It was released May 3, 2015 on the Summit Motorsports Park website. Please let us know if you hear about it or see it anywhere else.

The images and text below are copied from the Summit Motorsports Park website

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Sharing a passion for pleasing people and inspiring integrity, officials at Summit Motorsports Park and Trinity Christian Academy have partnered to put in place a program that will see students in seventh and eighth grades, teachers and families serve as ushers and accommodate guests at select events at Summit Motorsports Park.

Those events are the 9th Annual Mickey Mart Rewards Cavalcade of Stars, May 15-17, 2015, the 9th Annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, July 2-5, 2015 and the 38th Annual Kelly Services Night Under Fire, Aug. 15-16, 2015, and according to the academy’s principal, Molly Rychener, the act will serve as life lessons.

“We are a classical Christian school that does its best to help students learn about God, our country and our place in the world, and we welcome opportunities for students to get out and interact with the community,” said Rychener. “The students are very excited about this and see it as a way to help people. It will be a valuable lesson for them.”

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Located in Norwalk, Ohio, Trinity Christian Academy is a non-denominational school with eight teachers and fifty-eight students from Norwalk and surrounding communities in kindergarten through eighth grade. In addition to math, history and other subjects, students explore logic and rhetoric, as well as the importance of having respect for others.

“The characteristics that Summit Motorsports Park has are in line with the characteristics that we teach our students,” said Rychener. “I would love for our students to see that Summit Motorsports Park is a family-friendly business with a community code of conduct in place to ensure that people are comfortable when they’re there.”

Summit Motorsports Park is at 1300 State Route 18, Norwalk, Ohio. For information, call 419-668-5555 or visit

Mary Lendzion
Summit Motorsports Park Media Relations or 313-686-0776

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