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ended in May 2007 when he announced he would not be returning to DEI for the 2008 season after an agreement could not be reached that suited himself and his three siblings who claim equal right to the business.
Teresa was unable to retain the sponsorships of Budweiser and U. Army, who pulled support following the exit of Earnhardt Jr.
The cast of Dale - 2007 includes: Marshall Brooks as himself Richard Childress as himself Teresa Earnhardt as herself Kelley Earnhardt as herself Kerry Earnhardt as himself Dale Earnhardt as himself Brian France as himself Mike Helton as himself Paul Newman as Narrator Taylor Nicole Earnhardt as herself Doug Richert as himself Dale Earnhardt Jr.
has an older sister named Kelley and also a younger half-sister named Taylor Nicole. DEI is owned by Dale Jr's stepmother, Teresa Earnhardt.
Teresa is the president and Chief Executive Officer of Dale Earnhardt, Inc.
DEI maintains a showroom where fans can purchase memorabilia and other goods.
She has a degree in commercial art and interior design. They lived on a 300-plus acre farm near Mooresville, North Carolina. (DEI) during four Busch Series championships in 1998, 1999, 20 plus two Craftsman Truck Series championships in 19.
Teresa met Dale Earnhardt, NASCAR driver, at a race in the late 1970s. Taylor Nicole Earnhardt was born to the couple on December 20, 1988. Her first Daytona 500 win as a team owner occurred when driver of the #15 Chevrolet driven by Michael Waltrip won at the 2001 race.
Earnhardt married his second wife, Brenda Gee in 1971.
Dale Jr and Kelley's mother is Brenda Gee, Dale Sr's second wife. While the campus is still open to the public, the company merged their racing operations with Chip Ganassi Racing on November 12, 2008.
The Nascar Cup Series team is now known as Earnhardt Ganassi Racing.
So I just bought her share of the team and reverted the name." Dale Earnhardt Inc.
continues to operate in Mooresville, NC, as the parent company of the varied Earnhardt businesses, and Teresa works to continue her late husband's legacy through the work of the Dale Earnhardt Foundation.
In May 2016, Teresa sued stepson Kerry Earnhardt for using the Earnhardt name in his business venture.