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CORY JOYCE TEAMS WITH KYROS ENTERTAINMENT AND WIN-TRON RACING FOR THE UNOH BATTLE AT THE BEACH IN DAYTONA
 
Joyce's No. 89 Toyota to Showcase Kyros Entertainment, Anti-Violence, and Anti-Bullying Initiatives

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (February 12, 2014) - Cory Joyce will make his second start in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East next week at Daytona International Speedway.  Racing at the historic speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. for the first time in his career, the 22-year-old native of Gilford, N.H. will also debut a new paint scheme showcasing his partnership with Kyros Entertainment while making his debut with Win-Tron Racing in the No. 89 Toyota Camry. 
 
"I'm really looking forward to the Battle at the Beach," commented Joyce.  "It's such an exciting time for me and my career.  To represent Kyros Entertainment in their first NASCAR race and to be at a track like Daytona International Speedway where there is so much history-opportunities like this don't come together every day.  With great partners and a great car, I'm confident that we'll have a great day in Daytona Beach." 
The Cleveland, Ohio-based Kyros Entertainment was created for the distinct purpose of extending hope, compassion and support with a divine need to help others. The mission is to reinforce the wholesome power of prayer and healing that successfully occurs when American families rediscover the strong support that thrives within true family values.
 
"The race at Daytona is our way of 'revving up' our efforts to draw peoples' attention to the dire need of rebuilding solid American family values again," stressed Kyros Entertainment attorney Pat Mitchell.  "We're excited to use the opportunity to reinforce honoring our brave American soldiers who put their lives on the line defending our freedoms worldwide." 

In addition to having the Kyros Entertainment logo decorating the hood of his black No. 89 Toyota, Joyce's car will also carry logos to support the values and initiatives important to Kyros Entertainment.  Messaging on the car will draw attention to Kyros Entertainment's anti-violence and anti-bullying initiatives, and a special message will honor Army PFC Sam Williams Huff, a U.S. soldier who lost her life in combat while in Baghdad in 2005. 
"We are honored to work with Cory in supporting our brave American soldiers and their families while raising awareness against violence and bullying," commented Mark Reis, partner of Kyros Entertainment.  "This is a great opportunity for Kyros Entertainment, both to promote our brand and the values that are important to our company.  We're very excited to kick off this partnership and support Cory in his racing endeavors." 
 
The UNOH Battle at the Beach is scheduled for Tuesday, February 18 at 7 p.m. ET with Fox Sports 2 providing live television coverage of the event.  Motor Racing Network will provide live radio coverage beginning with a pre-race show at 6:45 p.m. ET.  The broadcast will be live streamed on MRNRadio.com and simulcast on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
 
 
About Kyros Entertainment: 
Kyros Entertainment was created for the distinct purpose of extending hope, compassion and support with a divine need to help others and is comprised of three divisions:  Entertainment, Foundation and Ministry.  The mission of the Cleveland, Ohio-based company is to reinforce the wholesome power of prayer and healing that successfully occurs when American families rediscover the strong support that thrives within true family values.

 
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