In association with long-time sponsor Nationwide and its Nationwide Children's Hospital, Dale Earnhardt Jr. today unveiled the paint scheme for the No. 88 Nationwide Children's Hospital Chevrolet he will drive in the Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts July 9 race at Kentucky Speedway.

It's called "Ride with Dale Jr. to Help Kids Everywhere", and is a unique three-tiered donation program through which fans can donate to the Nationwide Children's Hospital and have their names appear on the car during the race at the 1.5-mile speedway in Sparta, Ky. The car's paint scheme is designed to accommodate 1,500 signatures from those who donate to the cause.

Premium Package for 100 fans to have their name on the hood and receive a team hat and autographed photo is sold out, but for $88, some 400 fans will have their names on the hood, and for $50, 1,000 fans will see their names on the pit wall banner. The paint scheme will raise awareness for the hospital and all it does for chronically ill children. Nationwide Children's Hospital, in Columbus, Ohio, is among the world's leading pediatric care hospitals.

The program offers fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.  By helping Nationwide and Dale Earnhardt Jr. at the Nationwide Children's Hospital by donating to the cause, your name can ride along with Dale Jr. at Kentucky Speedway. 

You can also help by purchasing a "Helping Kids Win Hospitality Package"  featuring a Dale Jr. Question and Answer Session. When purchasing this Hospitality Package, a portion of all sales will benefit Nationwide Children's Hospital.