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NASCAR Drivers to Benefit Charities Through Online Auction

What do Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Kasey Kahne and Kevin Harvick have in common? If you said, "four of the hottest drivers in NASCAR" you'd be correct, but these high profile drivers also work hard to benefit charitable foundations. On Sept. 3-18, race fans and collectors will be able to help raise money for these charities and foundations by bidding on authentic race-used memorabilia and collectibles of these four drivers through an online auction at GoMotorBids.com.

What do Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart, Kasey Kahne and Kevin Harvick have in common? If you said, "four of the hottest drivers in NASCAR" you’d be correct, but these high profile drivers also work hard to benefit charitable foundations. On Sept. 3-18, race fans and collectors will be able to help raise money for these charities and foundations by bidding on authentic race-used memorabilia and collectibles of these four drivers through an online auction at GoMotorBids.com.

Auction items will be a mixture of authentic race-used items that have been donated by the driver or teams. Items include sheet metal and parts from the actual race cars, helmets, uniforms, and rare and unique die-cast collectibles, which have been donated by GoMotorBids.com.

As a bonus, the winner of each auction will receive two tickets to meet the driver and have them personally autograph their winning item at a private meet-and-greet. The meet-and-greet with the drivers takes place Oct. 6-7, prior to the NASCAR race weekend at Kansas Speedway. The location of the meet-and-greet will be the GoMotorBids.com facility in Grandview, MO, just minutes south of downtown Kansas City.

This auction is being done exclusively on the web and there will be no live auction or call-in bids allowed. All proceeds from this auction will benefit each of the drivers’ charitable foundations, and the winning bids are tax deductible. For more information, visit GoMotorBids.com and click on the 2005 Racer’s Charity Auction banner.

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