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Federated ‘Get Dirty With Kenny’ Returns: Can You Handle The Dirt?

The Federated “Get Dirty with Kenny” dirt track racing experience will be dirtier than ever this year. A few lucky Federated Car Care Center members will get the chance to see if they can handle the dirt with the “general” of dirt track racing, Kenny Schrader.

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The Federated “Get Dirty with Kenny” dirt track racing experience will be dirtier than ever this year. A few lucky Federated Car Care Center members will get the chance to see if they can handle the dirt with the “general” of dirt track racing, Kenny Schrader.

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The Federated “Get Dirty with Kenny” dirt track driving experience will be held in early August at the Federated Auto Parts I-55 Raceway in Pevely, Missouri. Winners will receive an all-expenses-paid trip for two to St. Louis to dirt track race with Schrader, get a behind the scenes look at the racing business and see the city of the iconic Gateway Arch.

“The Federated ‘Get Dirty with Kenny’ promotion is a favorite of our members and their customers and one of the many reasons to be part of the Federated Car Care Center program,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president of Federated Auto Parts. “Federated Car Care Center members can count on Federated for top-quality, name-brand parts, outstanding customer service, business-building support programs and fun promotions like ‘Get Dirty with Kenny.’”

To be eligible to win a chance to “Get Dirty with Kenny,” a shop must be enrolled as a Federated Car Care Center member by June 1. All Federated Car Care Center members in good standing are automatically registered to earn a chance to win.

For more information about the Federated Car Care program and the “Get Dirty with Kenny” promotion, contact your Federated Auto Parts Distributor or visit federatedautoparts.com.

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