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Racing 2 Cure & X-Tream Clean Products

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X-Tream Clean Products has recently joined Racing 2 Cure's (R2C) foundation to help raise funds for those fighting cancer. X-Tream Clean Products will be displaying R2C banners and information in their vendor area at all events this year. X-Tream Clean Products will have full details about the R2C program and how you can get involved so stop by the XTC vending area and learn about R2C.

R2C is a unique Race-A-Thon program that allows motorsport racers to Help Families Fighting Cancer through their racing activities, as well as raise money for their race teams and promote their sponsors. Upon registering with R2C each driver/rider will receive a FREE personalized drivers/riders webpage which is a place where you can list your driver/rider achievements, goals, your fund raising goals, list your sponsors and which charity your donated and raised funds will be contributed.

Racing 2 Cure's mission is to help families that are currently fighting cancer. R2C strives to treat the "Human Side" of cancer. R2C donates a portion of the funds raised to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Komen does amazing work in research, treatment, and raising awareness for this horrible disease. Additionally, funds are used by Racing 2 Cure to directly help families with everyday needs such as:

Temporary housing expenses

Utility bills

Car payments

Transportation/Gas

Rent

Insurance premiums

Medical equipment

After school activities for kids (with transportation)

Day care (during treatments)

Tutoring for students

House cleaning / yard services

Travel expenses

Your help, your donations are what allow Racing 2 Cure to treat the "Human Side" of Cancer. Donations are Tax-Deductible! (please see your tax adviser for details) Racing 2 Cure A North Carolina Non-Profit 501©3 - EIN 27-1262077

More information about R2C at www.race2cure.org/user/register/428.html

X-Tream Clean Products develops and manufactures a complete line of cleaning solutions for the powersports industry as well as tire prep compounds for dirt and asphalt racing applications.

More information about X-Tream Clean Products at www.mxwash.com

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