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Blood Brotherhood and HOPE Program Educational Event
Hemophilia of North Carolina invites you to our first ever joint event with the Blood Brotherhood and HOPE Programs at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte.
Enjoy lunch and an educational session about joint health led by HNC member Erin Otey, PT, DPT. Erin earned a master’s degree in physical therapy from Winston-Salem State University and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Chatham University. She has worked primarily in the outpatient rehabilitation setting. Erin is married to Kevin Otey and they have two sons, Hayden and Declan, who both have hemophilia. They have been actively involved with HNC since becoming part of the organization after Hayden and Declan were diagnosed. Erin hopes to positively impact the bleeding disorders community by combining her skills as a physical therapist with her desire to educate and help others.
Following lunch and the educational presentation, we will have the opportunity to participate in a guided tour of the NASCAR Hall of Fame including the Pit Stop Challenge and Race Simulator.
We hope this opportunity offers our young members and adult members the opportunity to form some special bonds that can continue over the years.
Parking will be free to anyone registered for our event in the NASCAR Hall of Fame parking deck located at 500 South Brevard Street, Charlotte, NC. When you arrive, take your parking ticket and check-in with the HNC table in the Main Lobby of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. You will be provided with a parking voucher. When exiting the garage at the conclusion of the event, present the parking attendant with your parking ticket and voucher provided to you.
Directions from the parking garage to the NASCAR Hall of Fame:
The entrance to the NASCAR Hall of Fame is on Martin Luther King Blvd. Walk out of the garage and head right on Brevard Street. Continue past the Buffalo Wild Wings on your right. The entrance will be on MLK Blvd between Brevard St. and Caldwell St.
Hemophilia of North Carolina is happy to offer this event free to HNC members. Due to space constraints, priority will be given to HNC members and their immediate family who are part of the Blood Brotherhood or HOPE Programs and unaffiliated with home care, pharmaceutical companies, and other related industry.
If your group includes more than four persons, please contact the HNC office before registering.
Questions? Contact Gillian Schultz, HNC Program Manager, at email@example.com.