Through our Young Caring for our Young program and the generous donations and volunteer hours of our wonderful employees, the Young Automotive Group has donated over $132,500+ to local foundations, charities, and schools!  It is great to work for a company that supports our local communities.  Here are a few of the different events that have contributed to such a great cause:
  • Young Buick GMC March Madness Book Drive – Thousands of Books Donated to Davis Schools
  • Young Buick GMC Drive for Students – Clearfield High
  • Young Kia Local Soccer Promotion
  • Young Kia Stuff the Buss Event – Raised Supplies for Headstart programs
  • Young Ford Dodge Trunk or Treat – Morgan Schools
  • Young Ford Drive one for your schools – Morgan High
  • Young Chevrolet Save Second Base – Breast Cancer Awareness
  • Young Chevrolet Trunk or Treat – Davis Schools
  • Bonanza Motors Stuff the Bus – Local High Schools and Raised thousands of pounds of food for local pantry
  • Rocky Mountain Raceways Food Drive – Thousands of pounds of food for local pantry
  • Rocky Mountain Raceways Bike Raffle – Utah Motorsports Foundation
  • Rocky Mountain Raceways Animal Adoption Breakfast – Utah Animal Adoption Center, a no kill shelter
  • Avis Car Sales Author Event – Ogden Schools and gave tons of kids free books
  • Young Automotive Cat Bash – Weber State University
  • Young Automotive USU Alumni – Utah State University Scholarship Program
  • Young Subaru Pet Drive – Adopted over 100 pets and donated to Weber Schools
This is incredible and it really does show that as a company, and as individuals in the company, we engage and support our communities and give back.  Thank you to all of those that have contributed time and money for such great causes.  It really makes a difference.  Great accomplishments like this make it great to be Young.
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RMR will be hosting a gathering of all Oval Track participants who would like to hear our ideas on the 2015 Race Season. It is also a GREAT time for the racers to give input and bring new ideas to the table before we start scheduling events, building rulebooks, etc.

Monday December 8th – Hornets, Jr. Stingers, Trains and Double Deckers

Tuesday December 9th – Modifieds, Super Stocks Figure 8′s

Wednesday December 10th – Sprint Cars, Midgets and Mini Cups

*All meetings begin at 7 pm in the RMR Convention Center*

Please come to your designated night as that will be the only night that class will be discussed.

 

We appreciate all your continued support in helping us grow! Thank you!

Figure-8 Cars

The Rocky Mountain Raceways Safety Team will be taking applications through December for EMT-B, Advanced or Paramedic Levels for the 2015 race season.

All new students that have not completed their courses or State exams will still be honored and applications will be taken. The RMR Safety Team members are responsible for the safety and basic medical needs of all our staff, racers and spectators on the Oval Track, Drag Strip and Motocross Track. We include on sight training in Medical, Fire Suppression and Extrication. Training will also include classroom knowledge and understanding of several types of fuels as well as many types of cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc. Training will be credited for your EMS hours. Airmed Staff will also be available for several credited classes given. Applications can be taken in person at our main office at 6555 West 2100 South in West Valley City. You can also download the application online at www.rmrracing.com and mail it in or hand deliver it to the main office.

Download the application here

Rocky Mountain Raceways' Motorsports Safety Team
Photos Courtesy of Action Sports Photography and Images by MDE