NASCAR legend Richard Childress is offering to donate one million rounds of ammunition worth of supply to the Ukraine to help in the ongoing conflict with Russia, he said in an interview with Fox News on Wednesday.
The 76-y-o NASCAR team owner said working with government agencies, private agencies, and Ammo Inc., one million rounds of ammunition will be offered up after the NASCAR legend overheard the Ukrainian president pleading for help.
A plea from the Ukrainian president” Volodymyr Zelenskyy” for more ammunition caught the awareness of a NASCAR team owner.
“I was listening the other day and heard President Zelenskyy say he didn’t want out, he needed ammunition,”Childress told Fox & Friends. “I called my good friend Fred Wagenhals […] and I said, ‘Fred, we got to help these people. They need ammunition.’ And he stepped right up, he said, ‘We will do it.’ Now, we’re turning our production to this as our number one priority.
“It’s terrible to see the lives that are being lost over there. We have to do all we can and not fail that. With AMMO, Inc. and myself, we were doing the right thing and we are going to get that ammunition as quick as we can to them.”
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Way to go Richard Childress!! Maybe if you ask fellow racer Connie Kalitta, owner of Kalitta Air Transport he will deliver the ammo for you.