Toy State hosted its 4th Go Baby Go workshop in the past year in North Carolina, and its second in Charlotte. The latest workshop took place in Mooresville, North Carolina, at the Tommy Baldwin Racing Shop. Toy State provided ten kids with a ride-on car that was outfitted to model the No. 7 Nikko RC Toy State car driven by Regan Smith on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit. Smith, along with fellow NASCAR drivers Kasey Kahne, Michael McDowell, and Ryan Preece, and other members of the NASCAR community, were also in attendance.
Go Baby Go is a national, research-based program that provides modified, ride-on toy cars to young children with disabilities. The cars give children with spina bifida, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other mobility disabilities a chance to play and socialize with their peers more easily. The program was launched by founder Cole Galloway at the University of Delaware in 2012 and expanded to Oregon State University under the direction of Sam Logan in 2014.