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Brennan Poole and ‘Break the Cycle’ Partner to End Dating Violence

June 27, 2013
Brennan Poole and ‘Break the Cycle’ Partner to End Dating Violence

Break the Cycle is a leading, national nonprofit organization working to end dating abuse

Concord, NC (June 27, 2013) – Standout Driver Brennan Poole has partnered with Los Angeles, California based; Break the Cycle for this weekend’s ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards event at Winchester Speedway.

Coming off a monumental win two-weeks ago in his season debut at Michigan International Speedway, his fourth ARCA career victory, Poole is confident he’ll compete strong and hopes to make a return to victory lane with Break the Cycle this weekend at Winchester Speedway.

Poole will strap into his car Sunday afternoon in the Herr’s Chase the Taste 200 driving the No.55 Break the Cycle Toyota with support from Mudd Advertising featuring the AD MAN Book.

Founded in 1996, Break the Cycle is the only U.S. agency to provide comprehensive dating abuse prevention programs exclusively to young people. Break the Cycle engages, educates and empowers young people to build lives and communities free from domestic and dating violence.

“As a spokesperson for Break the Cycle I’m honored to carry and deliver the message. This is a very serious problem few people talk about. One in three young people experience some sort of abuse in their relationships. Teen dating and domestic violence affects us all in some sort of way. We must continue to educate people and help them find solutions so we can promote healthy relationships,” says Brennan Poole.

Break the Cycle is a national organization offering a comprehensive program which reaches the root of the problem and offers sound solutions and advice for young people to help free them of being a victims of dating violence. Over the last 15-years, Break the Cycle has reached more than 3.5 million young people.

“Break the Cycle is so excited to be partnering with Brennan Poole to raise awareness of healthy relationships. Brennan speaking out on this issue is certain to make a huge impact on our ability to prevent abuse,” stated Marjorie Gilberg, Executive Director of Break the Cycle.

Brennan will be speaking at the ‘LoveIsRespect’ National Youth Advisory Board Conference in Los Angeles on July 12-14.The annual conference brings selected young leaders together for a two-day retreat with the common goal of coming together to continue their fight against young people domestic violence issues.

Coming off his monumental win two-weeks ago in his season debut at Michigan International Speedway, his fourth ARCA career victory, Poole is confident he’ll compete strong and hopes to make a return to victory lane with Break the Cycle this weekend at Winchester Speedway.

Poole, who competed full-time in the ARCA Series for Venturini Motorsports in 2012 finished third in the national point standings, is running a limited race schedule as he pursues additional sponsorship opportunities.

The Herr's Chase the Taste 200 will also be the first ARCA Racing Series race that will air on NBC Sports Network. NBC Sports Network's ARCA racing coverage premieres Thursday, August 1, at 11 p.m. ET with the Winchester race.

ARCAracing.com will also feature live timing and scoring of all ARCA Racing Series on-track activity, and provide live flag-to-flag audio coverage of the Herr's Chase The Taste 200 Sunday.

About Break the Cycle
Break the Cycle is a leading, national nonprofit organization working to end dating abuse. Our mission is to engage, educate and empower teens and young adults to build lives and communities free from domestic and dating violence.

We believe every young person, regardless of ethnicity, gender or sexual identity has the right to a safe and healthy relationship. In addition to creating innovative violence prevention education programs and public campaigns, Break the Cycle works on laws and policies to help ensure that all young people have access to the tools they need to prevent, diagnose and escape unhealthy relationships.

Founded in 1996, Break the Cycle is one half of loveisrespect, the ultimate source of support for young people to stop abuse, sponsored in partnership with the National Dating Abuse Helpline. More information on both organizations can be found at www.breakthecycle.org | www.loveisrespect.org | facebook.com/breakthecycle | twitter.com/breakthecycledv