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VP Race Fuel Auction for Cancer Foundation Raises $2000 - Web Exclusive

Nov 14, 2012
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VP Racing Fuels has disclosed that the winning bid of $2000 was made for its "Special Edition" Pink Motorsports Container at a recent charity auction. The can was autographed by NHRA drivers Courtney Force, Erica Enders and Alexis DeJoria, to make it a collector's item.

The winning bidder was Ray Ables, who is President of Pace Oilfield Services and an avid NHRA fan.

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In addition to the container, he'll receive two tickets to a 2013 NHRA National event and the opportunity to meet the three drivers.

The winning bid will be donated to the Prevent Cancer Foundation for its cancer prevention research, education and community outreach programs.

Ables promised to hold the autographed container until the next auction scheduled by DRAW (Drag Racing Association of Women) in 2013, when he will generously donate the container to benefit that organization as well.

For more information regarding the Prevent Cancer Foundation, visit preventcancer.org

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