Fountain Bookstore is honored to present NASCAR legend Kyle Petty!
- One (1) copy of Swerve or Die
- A moment to meet Kyle Petty and have your book signed and personalized with your name(s)
- A portion of all ticket sales include a donation to Victory Junction, a camp that serves children with serious medical conditions
- No one will be admitted without a ticket. No exceptions!
- We will be letting about 10 people in the store at once. Be prepared for hot weather and being outside.
- One picture opportunity allowed per ticket. A staff member will use your phone to take it for you.
- Memorabilia may be signed: one item per ticket/book purchased.
- Additional books may be purchased at the event.
- Signed copies will be available to purchase online or in-store after the event while supplies last.
Kyle Petty is a former NASCAR racer and current commentator on NBC Sports. He is the son of 7-time NASCAR champion Richard Petty, the grandson of racer Lee Petty, credited as one of the founding fathers of the sport, and father of the late racer, Adam Petty, tragically killed in a crash during practice for a race in May 2000. Kyle last drove the #45 Dodge Charger for Petty Enterprises, where he formerly served as CEO. He is an in-demand public speaker and is active in many charitable causes, including Victory Junction, a camp that serves children with serious medical conditions, founded in honor of his son, Adam. He also leads an annual motorcycle ride, the Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America.
Kyle Petty is NASCAR royalty. Son of the legendary “King,” Richard Petty, and grandson of one of the founding fathers of the sport, Lee Petty, he has dedicated his life to the most popular form of American auto racing. With his new book, co-written with bestselling author Ellis Henican, SWERVE OR DIE: Life at My Speed in the First Family of NASCAR Racing (St. Martin’s Press, on sale date August 9, 2022, $28.99), this beloved member of the first family of American auto racing discusses the sport’s origins, how it is navigating the important issues of the day, and what the future will be for the sport. And, that future might just see NASCAR becoming a global leader in “green” vehicles.