Acadiana’s own Nascar driver, Buster Graham, will be doing his part to aid in the search and rescue efforts for missing UL student, Mickey Shunick. Graham plans to have Shunick’s picture on the hood of his car during the ARCA Racing Series next week at Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania.

“When my 18 year old daughter mentioned supporting the rescue efforts for Mickey, I knew it was the right thing to do”, says Graham. “My family and I want to do anything we can to help, and we hope this exposure will share Mickey’s story on a national media outlet during the race.”

Next weeks race at Pocono Raceway will be broadcasted on the Speed Network with 4.8 million viewers expected to tune in to the race.

Hats off to Buster and his daughter for helping spread the search for Mickey to the Speed Network!