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  • Sherry Pollex driving force for Catwalk for a Cause

    An airplane hangar became a showplace for NASCAR personalities, casino games, loud music and awareness of children with cancer on Wednesday as Sherry Pollex and her boyfriend NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. hosted a Catwalk for a Cause casino night and charity event. Pollex a cancer survivor is a driving force for the event and has worked tirelessly. All proceeds from the evening go to cancer research.

Sherry Pollex driving force for Catwalk for a Cause

An airplane hangar became a showplace for NASCAR personalities, casino games, loud music and awareness of children with cancer on Wednesday as Sherry Pollex and her boyfriend NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. hosted a Catwalk for a Cause casino night and charity event. Pollex a cancer survivor is a driving force for the event and has worked tirelessly. All proceeds from the evening go to cancer research.
Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer