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LeBron James school student treated to VIP access by NASCAR


AP Sports Writer

BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) — LeBron James aims to give students at his I Promise School opportunities they may not have otherwise. Recently, the NBA superstar’s mission shifted into another gear with one of the students at the school in Akron, Ohio. Sixth-grader James Bromsey III was given behind-the-scenes access before NASCAR’s race Sunday at Michigan International Speedway. It was a fitting way to celebrate a student. His father, James Bromsey II, died four years ago. He told family and friends that his son would be in the Akron Soap Box Derby, and he participated in the event in June.

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