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Get Well Wishes To Brian Mulligan

Brian Mulligan

Brian Mulligan

Weedsport, NYJuly 5, 2010 – The DIRTcar Racing Northeast community sends along a collective ‘get well’ notice to DIRTcar Pro Stock Series Race Director Brian Mulligan, who is recovering following a successful six-hour operation today to remove a tumor near his brain stem (4th ventricular).

Brian will remain in Ottawa Civic Hospital up to 10 days, resting in the intensive care unit for observation during the first 24 hours before his condition is re-evaluated this week. According to his primary doctor, “everything went as expected” and he is on track to making a full recovery in the months ahead.

Brian was in good spirits prior to undergoing the operation, already looking ahead to the next Pro Stock Series event at Mohawk Int’l Raceway on Aug. 21, and planning to be a part of the race day festivities.

An internationally acclaimed motorsports promoter, marketing and public relations specialist, Mulligan was recently honored during the 19th Annual Northeast Modified Hall of Fame award ceremonies on the Cayuga County Fairgrounds over Memorial Day Weekend. On Sunday, May 30 he was named recipient of the 2010 Leonard J. Sammons Jr. Memorial Award which recognizes outstanding contributions to auto racing.

Personal cards may be sent to Brian c/o the Mulligan Family, 620 Melba Street – Cornwall, Ontario K6K 1T2.

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