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Time for Federated Car Care Winners to ‘Get Dirty with Kenny’

The winners have been chosen and now the fun begins. Five winning Federated Car Care Center members will visit the St. Louis area in early September to "Get Dirty with Kenny" at the Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway in Pevely, MO.

The winners have been chosen and now the fun begins.  Five winning Federated Car Care Center members will visit the St. Louis area in early September to “Get Dirty with Kenny” at the Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway in Pevely, MO. 

“Our ‘Get Dirty with Kenny’ contest always gets high marks from Federated Car Care Center members,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president of Federated Auto Parts. “We want to congratulate this year’s winners and wish them luck when they take the track against one of the greatest dirt track racers of all time, Kenny Schrader.  Kenny always shows our guests a good time, so we know these winners will have a memorable experience and a whole lot of fun.”

Five Federated Car Care Center members were chosen as the winners of the exclusive “Get Dirty with Kenny” Car Care promotion and each will be accompanied on the trip by their respective Federated member:

• Northgate Transmission, Idaho Falls, ID;

• Walker’s Automotive, Green Acres, WA;

• Exhaust Pro, Winchester, Lexington, KY;

• United Auto Center, Mineola, NY; and

• Miller’s Auto Clinic, Staunton, VA.

 

The annual dirt track driving experience will be held at the Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway, the nationally renowned track owned and operated by Schrader. In addition to getting the chance to learn how to race, the contest winners will get a behind the scenes look at the racing business.

The Federated Car Care Center program is one of the fastest growing, complete support programs for some of the nation’s finest automotive service providers. To become a Federated Car Care Center member or for more information, contact your local Federated Auto Parts distributor.

 

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