Jim Cramer will appear on an

NBC

special Sunday night to talk about NASCAR, the economy and investing, with the goal of getting out the message that the American Dream is still very much alive -- and that he is living proof.

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In the one-hour show at 7 p.m. EDT July 13, "The American Dream with Jim Cramer," Cramer, one of the founders of

TheStreet.com

(TSCM)

and the host of

CNBC's

"Mad Money," will be at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, N.C., before an audience of NASCAR and "Mad Money" fans.

Cramer will discuss the problems that all Americans are facing today, from how to deal with high gas prices, preparing for retirement and the first steps everyone should take to ensure a secure financial future. Guests will include NASCAR drivers Kyle Busch, Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Casey Mears and Jeff Burton.

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