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  • Megan participated in "Promoters Night"
  • Megan was the guest speaker at St. Aloysius Orphanage
"The purpose of our lives is to give birth to the best which is within us."
- Marianne Williamson
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TCA Graphics - Mike Brown, owner of TCA Graphics 701 N Broad St, Suite C, Fairborn, Ohio, has been providing quality custom screen-printing and embroidery since 1979.  The mission statement at TCA Graphics is simple: provide every customer with the best quality and service available.

TCA Graphics currently has some of the most technical machinery and equipment in the industry today. They provide a wide range of services including safety apparel,    t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats and flat materials such as yard signs and dash plaques just to name a few. Their artists can digitize your embroidery designs in house and cut vinyl for application on vehicles and signage. They even carry trophies for Employee of the Year Award or youth sports team awards.

As you can see, TCA Graphics offers a variety of services to cover most any printing need. They can print or embroider any quantity, large or small. If you have artwork of just an idea, they will work one on one with you to design and create a finished product that your company or organization will be proud to wear.
  • Megan participated in "Promoters Night" at (DARF) Dayton Auto Racing Fan Club.  Megan's car was on display prior to the meeting and she answered questions from over 150 interested guests and promoters.
Megan and Mark Gundrum
at Promoters Night for DARF
  • Megan was the guest speaker at St. Aloysius Orphanage in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Prior to Megan's visit, highlights of her Buckeye National feature win (which was broadcast on national television) was played for to the students and faculty.
The audience was brought outside to greet Megan as she arrived in full race gear driving her pink and black 1934 Ford Coupe. Everyone was very excited to see her and had a lot of questions that she was more than happy to answer.  She signed over a hundred autographs and donated some of her racing memorabilia to the orphanage for their fundraising auction.
Everyone attending was given the opportunity to sit in Megan's racecar.  There was also a display of her equipment, pictures, trophies, and State Championship plaques. At the end of the visit, Megan was grateful for the opportunity to speak with the children and invited them to come to watch her race and encouraged them to visit her website.

After her visit at St. Aloysius, Megan and her father, Bill Reitenour, packed up her car and equipment and went straight to Kil-Kare Speedway to practice and prepare for her upcoming racing event scheduled for May 5, 2006.
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