Blake’s Wild Ride: Down Syndrome Business Owner a Hit at Pocono

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LONG POND, PA - Last time we chilled out with snow conentrepreneur Blake Pyron he and his dad were getting ready to cheer on the 95 car painted in Blake`s company logo but as the weather cleared up over DFW this weekend it moved on to Pennsylvania where the car was set to debut at Pocono Raceway.

Sadly Sunday`s race was canceled but none of that dampened Blake`s spirits as the action picked back up Monday.

As Texas' only Down syndrome business owner Blake was the star of the race posing for pics and meeting up with the race team owner`s grandson Tanner, who has autism.

At one point, Blake`s support seemed to be paying off as the driver of the 95 car, Ty Dillon, was in the lead with 38 laps to go. In the end, Dillon fell short of capturing the checkered flag finishing 21st but it was still all smiles after the race.

No matter what, these fellas are all winners in our book.