Many members of the MacDonald Motorsports team have long supported Motor Racing Outreach (MRO), which offers chapel services for NASCAR drivers and teams.
What does MRO stand for?
MRO stands for Motor Racing Outreach (ministry for NASCAR drivers & crews)
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We have 102 other meanings of MRO in our Acronym Attic
- Mid-Range Objective
- Midwest Regional Office (Illinois)
- Midwest Reliability Organization (Roseville, MN)
- Military Response Option
- Mini Racing Online (computer game)
- Ministry Records Officer (Canada)
- Mission Radio Operator
- Mobile Repayment Option
- Monster Ranch Online (gaming)
- Monthly Routine Order
- Motor Route Order Number
- Motorcycle Rights Organization
- Mountains and Rivers Order (Zen Buddhism)
- Movement Report Officer
- Multi-Region Operation/Option
- Multiresistant Organism
- Murchison Radio-Astronomy Observatory (Australia)
- Mission Radio Operator-Trainee
- Metabolic Rate of Oxygen
- Moore River Olive Association (Australia)
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His name is known everywhere around New Smyrna Speedway and Orlando as well as within organizations such as Jesus Ministries and the Motor Racing Outreach.
com 1-800-458-3766 The true-life testimony of former Motor Racing Outreach chaplain Dale Beaver, Before the Thunder Rolls: Devotions for NASCAR Fans is part retrospective memoir, part devotional.
Fleetwood RV also implemented racing-related RV dealer and radio promotions, donations to Motor Racing Outreach, a motorsports apparel line and more.
The Motor Racing Outreach (MRO) Children's Choir performing God Bless America during pre-race ceremonies.
WITH PHOTO -- Workhorse RV Donation to Motor Racing Outreach Allows Ministry to Expand Programs for Drivers and Fans If you would like a copy of the complete schedule, or if you would care to comment, please call Fred Ferguson, ext.
Motor Racing Outreach (MRO) is a multi-denominational, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1988 by Senior Chaplain Max Helton.