Daniel Suarez Nascar Driver #41 meets with Fans and Cancer Patients

NASCAR driver Daniel Suarez, aka Danny Swervez from Car 3 met with fans and children from around Western New York at Fisher-Price Toy Store for a meet and greet yesterday, July 15.

Kids from the Belle Center and Western New York were excited to meet Daniel Suarez who signed Toy race cars and took pictures in front of the official Pace Car from Watkins Glen International.

Daniel Suarez then went to 1 Bills Drive to honor Bills Fan Pancho Billa who lost his battle with cancer. He then went on to touring the team's facility and promoting the upcoming Go Bowling at the Glen racing event.

Suarez was taken around the indoor practice facility; the new lift room and the team's locker room and even got to try on a football helmet, comparing it to his racing one. He also went out to New Era Field and threw around a football on the stadium's new turf.

Later in the day he went to Roswell Park Cancer institute and met wit Cancer Patients at the facility.

The event was sponsored by: Fisher Price Toy Store , Watkins Glen, NASCAR, Roswell Park Cancer Institute and The Buffalo Bills.


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