TBI – Survivors, Caregivers, Family, and Friends

“Jump on the Bumper” to Raise Awareness of Brain Injury



Donna O’Donnell Figurski

Kidd Koziol, Beth Survivor 2

Beth Kidd Koziol – Brain Injury Survivor – NASCAR enthusiast

If you have a NEED for Speed, then “Jump on the Bumper” with our own Beth Kidd Koziol. Beth’s name and photo will be on the bumper of driver Joey Gase’s racecar as he races around the Charlotte Motor Speedway (in North Carolina) in search of a win in the Xfinity Race on Memorial Day weekend.

Joey Gase

Joey Gase – NASCAR Driver


Joey lost his mother to a brain aneurysm when he was eighteen. Joey donated his mother’s organs, and today 66 people are alive because of them. Joey’s goal is to raise awareness for “Donate Life” and traumatic brain injury groups of North Carolina.

Beth, a NASCAR enthusiast, invites other brain injury survivors to take the ride of their life with her on the bumper of Joey’s car and help her fulfill her dream of raising awareness for brain injury.

Joey Gase and Car

Joey Gase – NASCAR Driver

All I can add is “Beth, hang on tight!”

Please click the link below for details.

“Jump on the Bumper” with Beth Kidd Koziol




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Comments on: "Brain Injury Resources . . . . . “Jump on the Bumper” to Raise Awareness of Brain Injury" (2)

  1. Beth Kidd Koziol said:

    Thank you for helping me get the word out for Brain Injury Survivors Awareness and opportunity to join me “On The Bumper” of the #52 race car of Joey Gase in the Xfinity NASCAR race on Memorial Day Weekend in Charlotte, NC. Charlotte Motor Speedway honors our Soldier’s and Veterans at this race also. So many of our Soldier’s come back with TBI, traumatic brain injury and PTSD from bomb blasts and injuries during war. Let’s please not forget them and honor them during this Memorial Day Weekend.

    I hope you will join me and “Jump On The Bumper” of the #52 Joey Gase Xfinity race car.


    • Beth, I hope you have a wonderful NASCAR weekend. Thanks so much for sharing this event with me and my readers.


      Donna O’Donnell Figurski


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