PRLog - March 20, 2014 - DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Contact: Chet Bell, CEO
Chet Bell (left), receiving check from Harriston Burton with his dad, Jeff.
Daytona Beach, FL – Stewart-Marchman-
DEX Imaging, with locations in five states, including one on Nova Road in Daytona Beach, is Harrison’s primary sponsor. The company donates thirty percent of its profits to charity and Harrison decided to follow their example and do the same. When Harrison asked DEX Imaging’s account representative Cary Frisenda who he should donate the money to, Cary immediately said Stewart-Marchman-
“DEX Imaging is proud to align ourselves with such a great organization like SMA that helps so many people,” said Frisenda. “We are so pleased that Harrison has chosen to ‘pay it forward’ and donate thirty percent of his winnings from New Smyrna to one of our local charities,” he added.
The son of accomplished NASCAR driver Jeff Burton, Harrison recently had the biggest win of his young career – winning the Pro Late Model 100 in the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway. Competing in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Pro Late Model division, he won two of the seven races – including the 100-lap event – and finished second in the division’s overall standings.
SMA Behavioral has been serving the northeast Florida community with mental health and drug treatment services for over 50 years. They operate 35 mental health and substance abuse programs, providing prevention, diversion, intervention, and treatment services, delivered to a diverse client population in a 4-county region (Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia). In their most recent fiscal year, SMA served over 22,000 clients.
SMA’smission is to deliver exceptional and comprehensive behavioral healthcare to individuals and families in our community. Their vision is of a community where addiction and mental illness are treated promptly, comprehensively and with respect for all. They can be reached 800-539-4228 or online at http://www.smabehavioral.org/
Pictured from L to R: Chet Bell, Stewart-Marchman-
Act Behavioral Healthcare