NASCAR Driver Kevin Harvick to Connect With Fans During Sept. 18 #ChampionChat Session – UnderhoodService

NASCAR Driver Kevin Harvick to Connect With Fans During Sept. 18 #ChampionChat Session

The Champion brand's popular monthly #ChampionChat series - which gives millions of racing fans and consumers the opportunity to connect online with NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kevin Harvick - continues Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. ET when Harvick will answer questions live via Twitter, TweetChat.com and the VYou.com conversational video site.

The Champion brand’s popular monthly #ChampionChat series – which gives millions of racing fans and consumers the opportunity to connect online with NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kevin Harvick – continues Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m. ET when Harvick will answer questions live via Twitter, TweetChat.com and the VYou.com conversational video site. “Performance Driven” Champion spark plugs, filters, wiper blades and chemical additives are products of global vehicle components manufacturer Federal-Mogul Corp.

Harvick will answer questions for 30 minutes via Twitter and TweetChat.com, then spend an additional half-hour responding live via video to questions submitted through VYou.com. Anyone can send a tweet to Harvick by logging on to TweetChat.com or Federal-Mogul’s @ChampionParts Twitter feed and adding the #ChampionChat hashtag to the end of their tweet.

Part of a grassroots campaign to connect the iconic Champion brand with a new generation of consumers, the #ChampionChat series has generated millions of brand impressions and thousands of tweets. In addition, Harvick’s video-based dialog with #ChampionChat followers has garnered 40,000 views at VYou.com.

“Kevin really enjoys the fact that he has an instant connection to his fans as well as enthusiasts who rely on world-class Champion spark plugs, filters, wipers and chemical additives for their cars, trucks, boats, ATVs and lawn-and-garden equipment,” said Jessica Wynn, brand strategy manager for Federal-Mogul. “We expect the number of participants to continue to grow each month, particularly as we near the Chase for the Sprint Cup.”

For more information about Champion products and programs, visit www.AlwaysaChampion.com.

To identify the right Champion spark plug or other product for any application, visit Federal-Mogul’s www.FMe-cat.com electronic catalogue. The company also offers a small-engine spark plug lookup tool via the www.GetChampion.mobi site for smartphones and other mobile devices.

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