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Tony wants to make it easy for fans to support his foundation. Lap Leaders allows you to make a larger gift using smaller parts. Join Lap Leaders with a monthly donation of $10.00 or more. It's easy, secure and automatic. You'll be helping children and animals. Tony says "thank you" by providing unique items from his "Collector's Series" 4 times per year to participating Lap Leaders!

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As a Tony Stewart fan you most likely are already proudly wearing the #14. Now is your chance to help promote Tony's foundation and the great work being done for kids and animals. The foundation "Accelerates Change" by providing grants to charitable organizations throughout the United States. Every TSF Gear purchase helps support the foundation's grant program. Tony’s TSF Gear will make great holiday gifts!


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January 29th 2015, 16:14
Tony Stewart discusses giving his leg and head a rest this off season.

https://m.soundcloud.com/siriusxmnascar/tony-stewart-discusses-giving-his-leg-and-head-a-rest-this-off-season


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January 27th 2015, 00:40

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Tony Stewart & Bobby Unser at the 2015 Chili Bowl Midget Nationals... a lot of history in this photo!! (Image courtesy of Frank Smith.) — at Chili Bowl Nationals.
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January 26th 2015, 16:30
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January 15th 2015, 05:34
@The Humane Society For Hamilton County in Noblesville, Indiana has this gorgeous boy that needs to find a loving home! That face. That smile. So much love to give....and waiting. Please share Adopt Sir Jeffrey's page and help them get the word out about this very special boy! Read his story below to learn more about Sir Jeffrey.
In case some of my friends don't know my story, here it is:

I am also known as the Donald Trump of the Kennels due to my distinct comb-over. [Although mine is all natural.] I think my face is absolutely angelic. And I have never been heard to say "You're fired!" However, since I was abandoned at a VCA animal hospital on January 3rd, I have felt the urge to fire the person who left me there. I looked like I had been hit by a car and was in rough shape for a bit, but I am all recovered now. Anyhoo, I am just tickled pink to be staying at the HSHC. It may not be the Trump Tower, but it is clean, warm, the food is good and the staff is very welcoming. However, I cannot wait to move into my permanent digs with a loving family. You see, I am close to 3 years old and I have so many things I want to do, learn and experience. I weigh about 48 pounds, I am neutered and I am housebroken.

They call me an American Pit Bull Terrier mix. I call myself an energetic youngster with a friendly, outgoing personality. Also call me happy, sociable and glad to have someone pay attention to me. The thing about being a homeless dog is I have been more concerned with survival than genteel manners. A dog has to be taught these things and so I am getting a bit of a late start. But that does not mean I cannot learn! I have been attending playgroups with other dogs and I am getting the hang of the whole "pay attention to the human being" lesson. It really scares me when I am confronted with new people coming into my home. I need an experienced dog person who knows how to do proper, safe introductions with me to newcomers. You must keep me on leash in order to keep make sure I do not act out of fear. I would LOVE to have an active family (with kids 12+) who will play with me (I love toys!), take me on walks (I walk on leash) and teach me new tricks! I am not a fan of little dogs or cats so I would like to live with calm confident dogs my size or bigger, but I would like to meet them first to see if we compatible. Just think of me as an Apprentice whom you can teach, encourage and guide into a super dog! I simply need an owner who believes in me and recognizes the good boy I am. You must be 21 to adopt me and live where American Pit Bull Terrier mixes are welcome. Hopefully you and I will be able to say "You're HIRED!"


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January 15th 2015, 05:31
@The Humane Society For Hamilton County in Noblesville, Indiana has this gorgeous boy that needs to find a loving home! That face. That smile. So much love to give....and waiting. Please share Adopt Sir Jeffrey's page and help them get the word out about this very special boy! Read his story below to learn more about Sir Jeffrey.


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Happy Hump Day! In case some of my friends don't know my story, here it is. I am also known as the Donald Trump of the Kennels due to my distinct comb-over. [Although mine is all natural.] I think my face is absolutely angelic. And I have never been heard to say "You're fired!" However, since I was abandoned at a VCA animal hospital on January 3rd, I have felt the urge to fire the person who left me there. I looked like I had been hit by a car and was in rough shape for a bit, but I am all recovered now. Anyhoo, I am just tickled pink to be staying at the HSHC. It may not be the Trump Tower, but it is clean, warm, the food is good and the staff is very welcoming. However, I cannot wait to move into my permanent digs with a loving family. You see, I am close to 3 years old and I have so many things I want to do, learn and experience. I weigh about 48 pounds, I am neutered and I am housebroken. They call me an American Pit Bull Terrier mix. I call myself an energetic youngster with a friendly, outgoing personality. Also call me happy, sociable and glad to have someone pay attention to me. The thing about being a homeless dog is I have been more concerned with survival than genteel manners. A dog has to be taught these things and so I am getting a bit of a late start. But that does not mean I cannot learn! I have been attending playgroups with other dogs and I am getting the hang of the whole "pay attention to the human being" lesson. It really scares me when I am confronted with new people coming into my home. I need an experienced dog person who knows how to do proper, safe introductions with me to newcomers. You must keep me on leash in order to keep make sure I do not act out of fear. I would LOVE to have an active family (with kids 12+) who will play with me (I love toys!), take me on walks (I walk on leash) and teach me new tricks! I am not a fan of little dogs or cats so I would like to live with calm confident dogs my size or bigger, but I would like to meet them first to see if we compatible. Just think of me as an Apprentice whom you can teach, encourage and guide into a super dog! I simply need an owner who believes in me and recognizes the good boy I am. You must be 21 to adopt me and live where American Pit Bull Terrier mixes are welcome. Hopefully you and I will be able to say "You're HIRED!"
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January 6th 2015, 17:37
The Tony Stewart Foundation and #TonyStewart support amazing children and animal charities across the U.S. To donate and learn more visit: http://www.TonyStewartFoundation.org/


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December 17th 2014, 18:37
The Tony Stewart Foundation wishes Happy Holidays to everyone including our furry friends. Many people know that the poinsettia plant is poisonous to animals and these holiday pots of colorful blooms need to be kept up & out of your pet's reach. We're also providing a link provided by the ASPCA which identifies most plants which are toxic to our pets. http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants Please keep it handy and pass along to your friends & family who are pet-owners. This holiday season let's spread not only good cheer but good information!


Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants | ASPCA
www.aspca.org
Our handy list contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract.
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December 12th 2014, 18:30
The Tony Stewart Foundation wishes Happy Holidays to everyone including our furry friends. Many people know that the poinsettia plant is poisonous to animals and these holiday pots of colorful blooms need to be kept up & out of your pet's reach. We're also providing a link provided by the ASPCA which identifies most plants which are toxic to our pets. http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants Please keep it handy and pass along to your friends & family who are pet-owners. This holiday season let's spread not only good cheer but good information!"


Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants | ASPCA
www.aspca.org
Our handy list contains plants that have been reported as having systemic effects on animals and/or intense effects on the gastrointestinal tract.
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#StandWithSmoke! In celebration of 10 years providing TSF Grants, the Tony Stewart Foundation is excited to announce the newly designed commemorative RACR14 "aluminum embossed" license plate now in two great colors – black or white!

No matter which state you call "home", you can own this unique RACR14 plate to display in your garage, office, game room or on your car (a 'non-valid' plate).

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Each RACR14 plate comes with an official #14 round decal and an official TSF oval decal.

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