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Marietta man, Camp Sunshine up for NASCAR award

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Duncan Dobie is up for a big award from The NASCAR Foundation, but he needs your votes to win! Duncan Dobie is up for a big award from The NASCAR Foundation, but he needs your votes to win!
MARIETTA, Ga. -

A Marietta man is up for a big award from NASCAR, but he needs your help to win. 

Duncan Dobie has been volunteering for Camp Sunshine, a summer retreat for kids with cancer, for three decades.  Now, he's one of four finalists for the 2013 Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, which is given by The NASCAR Foundation.  

Dobie has already won $25,000 for Camp Sunshine, and if he takes the top honor, the organization he loves so much will get another $100,000!

As a special treat, Dobie and his grandsons got a special behind-the-scenes tour of Atlanta Motor Speedway earlier this week.  

You can vote for Duncan Dobie and Camp Sunshine to win the award now!  Click here for a link.

Voting continues through December 5, so spread the word!  Good luck, Duncan!

CLICK HERE TO VOTE!

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