SEATTLE, November 13, 2014 — Cancer survivor, mother and drag racer, Tina Stull has pretty much done it all. She started racing in 2002 but was soon diagnosed with terminal cancer. Tina says:
“In 2002, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was told I had three years to live“
“I had to make some decisions about what I wanted to do with the time I had left. I decided that racing was one of the things I had been putting on the back burner but something I really wanted to do.“
Tina now spends her time racing in the Super Comp Dragster circuit and helping motivate people to overcome obstacles in their lives as a motivational speaker. She has also created “Team Troops”, a support group for the fine men and women in our armed forces. Tina said, “I really appreciate the Soldiers who serve, because the job they do allows me to do what I do,” she said. “My getting to drive race cars is entertainment. People in the military are changing history. It’s important that when they go out to do their job, they know they are fully supported here at home.“
Join your hosts, Greg Sanchez and Duane Pemberton as they have Tina Stull live, on the air this coming Friday at 5pm EST.
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