JP feels a strong commitment to helping out the community in which he lives, and has applied his skills and experience towards reducing domestic violence, encouraging teen responsibility behind the wheel, and raising scholarship funds for a fund honoring a personal friend and hero lost on September 11th, 2001. JP has also volunteered with the Nashville Junior Chamber of Commerce and various law enforcement agencies. Some recent projects JP has been involved with:

Spokesperson/Events – Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance – Phoenix, AZ

Directly involved in the branding, exposure and marketing of non-profit Phoenix-based traffic safety group. Developed and implemented numerous special event appearances including the 2008 Phoenix NASCAR race, the Gilbert Rodeo, The Phoenix Roadrunners, FIT Arizona, The Governors Office of Traffic Safety, SADD, numerous high schools and other special events.

Spokesperson - State of Arizona's Zero Nada None Alcohol Awareness Program. Together with the Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety, SADD, MADD and Dave Larson's Vanda Racing, JP regularly visited Arizona high schools and gives presentations to thousands of high school students about the dangers of drinking alcohol and driving.

Director—Top Gun Challenge to Benefit The Brian Sweeney Fund— NV

JP conceived, organized, marketed and directed charity auto race featuring multiple media personalities from  numerous Northern Nevada newspapers, television stations and radio channels.

Proceeds benefited educational fund for United States Naval Pilot lost on September 11th, 2001.

Obtained sponsorship from local automotive dealerships, restaurants and media sources. Extensive print, radio and television promotions and coverage. Event raised needed funds, and produced highest attendance and profit margin of entire 2002 and 2003 racing season at both tracks. Participation included the 2003 Ms. Nevada Organization, the Fernley 4th of July Parade, and Hohl GMC.

Co-Founder – R.A.V.E. (Racers Against Violent Environments)
Charity founded to help bring attention to domestic violence prevention. Work primarily with the Middle Tennessee YWCA to develop awareness and support for YWCA battered women’s shelters. Developed and donated a computerized database program that allows YWCA shelters and court advocates to maintain an accurate database on court cases and shelter occupants.
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