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Amy O'Reilly, a patient at the Mansfield, Ohio, Aspen Dental practice, will have her winning smile showcased on the tail of Ryan Newman's No. 39 Quicken Loans Chevrolet during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Tums Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway this Sunday, Oct. 28 (ESPN at 1pm EST).
Amy was selected to have her smile featured on the car based on a review she wrote at AspenDentalReviews.com. She said this about her experience:
I was overwhelmed by the kindness and caring I received from the entire staff …. They have and continue to be wonderful to me when I come in for an appointment. I especially applaud a staff member named Becca who was reassuring, caring and so sweet throughout my extractions and denture process. Dr. Patel is fantastic …. My experience with Aspen has truly been great so far and I will truly recommend them to friends, even strangers.
Amy's smile will appear on Newman's car for four races, including runs in the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Spe...
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We’re putting the band back together, but it won’t be going to Bob’s Country Bunker, or even the Palace Hotel Ballroom. Instead, it’ll be making its encore appearance in Martinsville, Va.
That’s where the driver-crew chief duo of Ryan Newman and Matt Borland will be reunited for the first time since the end of the 2006 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
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Now, he's returning to familiar turf.
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During Borland's tenure, the driver known as Rocket Man for his prowess in qualifying, posted 12 of 16 career victories and 37 of his 49 career poles.
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