NASCAR family’s offer to help
Spencer Gallagher is a racing driver with 35 starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He’s sponsored by Allegiant Air, his family’s business.
Brendan Gaughan is also a NASCAR Xfinity Series driver. He’s sponsored by the South Point Hotel, his father’s business.
Both of these NASCAR family’s operate their business in the Las Vegas area. They have both offered help to the families of victims. Here’s the details.
Allegiant offering free flights for family’s of victims
“Las Vegas is allegiant’s hometown, and on this tragic day we are heartbroken but gratified to the see world rally around our community with the much support and love. Since day one of our opperations, we have flown millions of people to and from this great city – both visitors and those who call Las Vegas home.”
“If you or your family members were affected by what happened last night, we want to help. Whether you need to fly to or from Las Vegas, please write to us at [email protected]. We will do what we can to help you.”
South Point hotel offers free stay for family’s of victims
“We are devasted by the recent events at the Route 91 Harvest Festival and will do whatever we can in our power to help. In the wake of this tragic event, we will be offering free hotel accommodations to those traveling to Las Vegas to assist their loved ones. In addition, we will begin to compile as much information as possible to assist your search. God bless this community, the first responders and all of those affected both directly and indirectly on this dark night. To Make reservations, please contact 866-791-7626 .
Vegas NASCAR drivers comment
Kyle Busch: “Devastated to hear of the senseless tragedy in my hometown. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.”
Kurt Busch: “Absolutely heartbroken to wake up to this. Praying for my hometown & those affected by this atrocity. Stay strong LV. I love you.”
Spencer Gallagher: “Heartbroken to hear about what happened in my home today. Big thank you to all 1st responders Hope everyones loved’d ones are safe.”