Team AmeriVet is thrilled to announce its debut in the NASCAR Cup Series at the prestigious Coca-Cola 600. The team, supported by AmeriVet Securities, a leading service-disabled veteran-owned broker-dealer, will be fielding the No.50 Chevrolet driven by Ty Dillon.

Team AmeriVet steps into the NASCAR Cup Series with a commitment to excellence and a passion for motorsports. The Coca-Cola 600, held at the iconic Charlotte Motor Speedway, represents an ideal stage for the team to showcase its capabilities and ambition in one of the sport’s most demanding races. We are incredibly excited to be back in the NASCAR Cup Series and could not have asked for a better event than the Coca-Cola 600 to mark our team’s rebrand,” said Co-Owner Rebecca Auchmoody. “Ty Dillon’s experience and our team’s dedication set the stage for a promising start. Were here to compete and to make our mark:’

“I’m looking forward to making another start in the Cup Series;’ said Dillon. ‘The Coke 600 is always a special weekend and I look forward to making the most of this opportunity and hopefully growing this program for the future.”

Michael Naidrich, Co-CEO of AmeriVet Securities, expressed his enthusiasm for the company’s involvement in NASCAR with Team AmeriVet and driver Ty Dillon. He emphasized “the excitement and privilege of being part of building something special within the sport.” Naidrich highlighted how “this partnership aligns with AmeriVet’s commitment to supporting veterans and bringing a unique energy to their endeavors in NASCAR.”

The team will be hosting two Gold Star Families over the weekend as a part of NASCAR’s 600 Miles of Remembrance program.

LTC Michael J. McMahon, October 23, 1963 – November 27, 2004, After graduating from the United States Military Academy in 1985, he was commissioned in the aviation branch. McMahon led the 3rd Squadron, 4th U.S. Cavalry after having sewed in various capacities at home and in Europe and Korea. He commanded Task Force Saber in Afghanistan, responsible for provincial reconstruction teams supporting security and reconstruction efforts in the cities of Herat and Farah. He died when an aircraft transporting troops crashed into a mountain ridge in Afghanistan.

MAJ Frank Galligan Jr, April 19, 1944 – January 22, 1980, After graduating from West Point he served as platoon leader and later as company commander in Korea with the 2″ Infantry Division in 1966 and 1967. He served in Vietnam with the 1. Air Cavalry Division in 1968 and was awarded two Bronze Stars for heroism, an Air Medal and the Purple Heart. After serving in Vietnam, Frank began four years of intensive training to become a Foreign Area officer focused on Persia. He became fluent in Farsi and French, and worked in the US Defense Attache Office in Tehran, Iran from 1975 to 1976. During this time, he spent a year traveling throughout Iran, South Asia and the Persian Gulf, studying the cultures, politics and economies of the region. Frank was then assigned to the Pentagon focusing on policy matters pertaining to the Persian Gulf. On January 22, 1980, Kevin’s father, now a Major, was participating in an exercise at Fort Hood, Texas, when he died in a helicopter crash.

— Team AmeriVet —

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