Acadiana Nascar driver Buster Graham is doing his part to aid in the search and rescue efforts of Mickey Shunick, who has been missing since leaving a friend’s house on her bike in the early morning hours of May 19. Graham plans to have Shunick’s picture on the hood of his car during the ARCA Racing Series this week at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania.

“When my 18-year-old daughter mentioned supporting the rescue efforts for Mickey, I knew it was the right thing to do,” says Graham. “My family and I want to do anything we can to help, and we hope this exposure will share Mickey’s story on a national media outlet during the race.”

buster_grahamThe June 7-9 race at Pocono Raceway will be broadcast on the Speed Network with 4.8 million viewers expected to tune in to the race. Graham's race is Saturday.

Graham is also a veteran of Hydroplane Boating and Supercross racing. He ran a limited schedule in both the ARCA Racing Series, presented by Menards, and USAR Pro Cup Series in 2011 to prepare for his stock car racing career, posting three top 15 and one top 10 finish. For more information on Buster Graham click here.

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