NASCAR: Alex Bowman’s ‘Hack’ shirts are a huge hit and raising money for charity

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The ‘Hack’ is giving back.

NASCAR star Alex Bowman begun offering a T-shirt to celebrate his victory on Sunday at Martinsville with the term “Hack” on it as a joke following Denny Hamlin referred to as him that as an insult for crashing into him in close proximity to the finish of the race.

Bowman now claims they have been promoting so perfectly that a part of the proceeds will be donated to animal shelters in the Charlotte, N.C., area.

Bowman made contact with Denny Hamlin's #11 car, causing it to spin into the wall.

Bowman produced speak to with Denny Hamlin’s #11 automobile, resulting in it to spin into the wall.
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A rep for the Hendrick Motorsports driver advised Fox Information Autos that Bowman sold about 1,800 of the $24.99 shirts the to start with two suggests they had been on sale and that the orders are nevertheless coming in hot.

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Bowman be functioning to uncover recipients for the donations with the Best Mates Animal Culture, which he previously has a romantic relationship through his sponsor Ally.

The “Hack” shirt is outselling the “Nobody likes us anyway” shirt he Bowman released in April following his gain at Richmond Raceway, which based on a reaction he gave above the radio to his crew main, who experienced razzed him for performing a “pretty weak burnout.”