Head Coach Hue Jackson and his wife, Michelle, opened the Hue Jackson Foundation Survivors or Human Trafficking Residence with support from the Salvation Army.
The Hue Jackson Foundation's logo will be front and center on the hood of Tyler Dippel's No. 17 truck at tonight's Eldora Dirt Derby in Rossburg, Ohio.
One day after he attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new Cleveland residence for human trafficking survivors, Dippel, an 18-year-old driver from Wallkill, New York, will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut while representing the Browns head coach's foundation.
Dippel typically races for DGR-Crosley in NASCAR's K&N Pro Series. He's been racing in some form or fashion since he was 7 years old.
Jackson posed for pictures with Dippel and thanked him at Tuesday's ceremony at the Salvation Army's downtown headquarters. Jackson's foundation raised $250,000 for the project, which provides a dedicated wing to human trafficking survivors.
The sixth-annual Eldora Dirt Derby is set for 9 p.m. and will air on FS1.