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NASCAR Sponsorship/Feeding America

August 07, 2012

The race is on against hunger and the sound of roaring engines proves it.

Glory Foods, Inc. is sponsoring Front Row Motorsports entries in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events in Bristol, Tenn., Atlanta and Charlotte, N.C., as a part of the company’s “Race To Feeding America” Campaign. The endeavor will benefit Feeding America, the nation’s premier domestic hunger-relief charity, to support child hunger efforts. Glory Foods will donate enough cash and canned goods to surpass its campaign goal of 500,000 meals to children nationwide.

NASCAR and Glory Foods fans can help with the mission by visiting the campaign’s official website at There, audio of screeching tires welcomes guests to donate directly to Feeding America. Fans can also help by contributing to member food banks of Feeding America in the race cities.

As a thank you to fans for their support, they will be able to enter a sweepstakes at to win two hot passes to the 2013 Coca-Cola 600 on May 26 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Glory Foods’ “Race To Feeding America” Campaign also includes primary sponsorship of two Front Row Motorsports entries: the No. 34 of David Ragan and the No. 38 of David Gilliland. The sponsorship features an extraordinary head-to-head challenge for the Bank of America 500 on Oct. 13 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. If either driver wins, Glory Foods will donate $1 million to Feeding America – that’s 8 million meals. Nearly 16 million children don’t know from where their next meals are coming.

The “Race To Feeding America” Campaign will help reduce those numbers by providing children with one meal at a time.

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