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Chevrolet donates $12,800 to American Cancer Society after Atlanta race

DETROIT - Sixty-four caution laps in Tuesday’s rain-postponed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway meant a donation of $12,800 to the American Cancer Society, courtesy of Chevrolet.

Chevrolet pledged to make a donation to the American Cancer Society in the amount of $200 for each caution lap that a specially-themed pink Camaro SS pace car ran in Tuesday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

“We’re very proud to partner with the American Cancer Society, and carry the ACS logo on the pace car, which hopefully helps to remind race fans of the upcoming events during October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month; and that we all can do our part in helping in the fight against cancer,” said Jeff Chew, Chevy Racing marketing manager.

Chevrolet also will provide a specially-themed pink Camaro SS pace car for next week’s event and again make a donation to the American Cancer Society in the amount of $200 for each caution lap that the pace car runs in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway.

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