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Harmon to Take Part in 250th NASCAR Race Saturday

This Saturday marks a major milestone for Mike Harmon and his racing team. As the starting flag waves at Auto Club Speedway in San Bernadino County, California Harmon will take his 250th start in a NASCAR Xfinity race.

For the last 18 years, Harmon has been a consistent staple in the NASCAR Xfinity franchise, with his rookie year occuring in 1996 followed by a five year hiatus that led to his current streak which began in 2001. Since his 2001 return, the 60-year-old driver has appeared in every series.

When asked about this monumental milestone in his career, Harmon appeared humbled, saying “I did not even realize it until it was brought to my attention. I appreciate life first, I

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Heroes Media Group to leverage the power of social media to give fans an all-access pass to the game on two coasts

East Coast Contact: Adam Bird at 623-640-3052
West Coast Contact: Kalen Arreola at 858-525-2498

PHILADELPHIA — Heroes Media Group to cover the 118th Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time when the Army Black Knights go head-to-head against the Navy Midshipmen in this decades-old rivalry.

This marks the second year of HMG coverage, with this year being the first to partner with Veterans in Media & Entertainment on both Facebook platforms during their first annual Army-Navy watch party fundraiser.

“Heroes Media Group strives to bring a diverse lineup of content to our consumers and always makes the effort to tailor that content to the veteran and military community. We are

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USMNT Fail to Make Soccer World Cup

Article By Joe Azer

Three years ago, in the summer of 2014, the US Men’s National Team captivated the entire country. Crowds got larger with each game. The country stood still as we watched the US go toe to toe with Belgium, in what would end up being a heartbreaking loss in the round of 16; a match they should have won ( here’s looking at you, Wondolowski) There was so much hope for US Soccer. Russia was supposed to be our breakout party. There was so much optimism about the future; Deandre Yedlin, Julian Green, John Brooks and not to mention the youngster tearing up the ranks Christian Pulisic Jurgen Klinsmann was going to have these kids ready for …

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The Curse Lives On: Nationals Fall to Cubs

Put a “Curly W” in the books for the DC Curse… and another “L” for the

This may be the most gut wrenching of them all. For a team that’s suffered 3 straight
NLDS game 5 losses before tonight, including one in which they led 6-0, that’s
telling. Of course, in true tragic and familiar fashion the Nationals took an early lead
as the offense finally woke from its slumber to put up a 4 spot in the second. The
hero of that second inning was Michael Taylor, who in consecutive at-bats going
back to game 4 was responsible for 7 RBIs. While Gio Gonzalez labored through 3
unimpressive innings, the thinking was that this time, our deep bullpen …

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NASCAR Xfinity: Harmon to Start at Thirty-Seventh in Dover

DOVER, DELAWARE—Another week brings a new race for the NASCAR Xfinity series and Veterans Motorsports, Inc. racer Mike Harmon. Saturday brings Harmon and his team to Dover, Delaware’s Dover International Speedway, a mile long track NASCAR Xfinity racers are slated to go head-to-head on for 200 miles at 2:45 ET today for the “Use Your Melon. Drive Sober 200.”
Last week’s MASCAR Xfinity race in Kentucky came to a close with Harmon taking thiry-fourth place out of forty competitors. Fellow NASCAR Xfinity participant Tyler Reddick won last Saturday’s race for his first win of the season. Harmon picked up another three points from Kentucky’s race, bringing his total for the series to 98 points with a ranking of 35 …

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