North East Street Stock Tour Driver Jim Boyle Slows Down for Special Cause

(Press Release from North East Street Stock Tour)

Jim Boyle (Photo: Courtesy North East Mini Stock Tour)

Jim Boyle (Photo: Courtesy North East Street Stock Tour)

North East Street Stock Tour driver Jim Boyle will not be racing on the tour this weekend, but will be behind the wheel of a more important matter.

Boyle and his Boyle Home Improvement/ Northeast Auto Machine Chevy Monte Carlo will be in attendance at the Walk Now for Autism Speaks takes place June 7, at Rentschler Field, in East Hartford, CT. The Walk Now for Autism Speaks event helps raise funds to support research and programs that change the future for those who struggle with autism.

For the Waterford, CT resident, the event holds special meaning. Boyle’s grandchild, Chase Larson, is autistic.

Boyle brings value to the walk, saying “My daughter, Amber Larson, and her husband, are very involved in the charity, therefore I support it in any way possible. I spend hours at the walk, taking pictures with the kids, signing autographs, and the kids think it’s the greatest thing ever to have the opportunity to sit in a real race car.”

The Autism Speaks foundation began February 2005 by Suzanne and Bob Wright, former vice chairman of General Electric and Chief Executive Officer of NBC and NBC Universal. The Wrights are grandparents of a child with autism, and have made a huge difference with the organization, raising more than $525 million, with most of the funding received going towards science and medical research. More than 100 cities across North America, as well as 60 countries on five continents, are contributing towards international research, services and awareness.

To donate towards Jim Boyle’s team, Chase’s Pit Crew click here. For more information on the Walk Now for Autism Speaks click here.

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