(Mooresville, N.C. – August 23, 2016) Power Wash Store owner and U.S. Army veteran, Paul Kassander was looking to tie his love for NASCAR racing and his high regard for the U.S. armed forces together. As a result, he partnered with NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team Germain Racing for Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway and created “WASH 4 WARRIORS,” a Texas-sized vehicle washing event that is scheduled around the October NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway.
“The Power Wash Store is thrilled to be associated with Casey Mears and the Germain Racing family at Michigan. Our values and cultures align. Casey and the team are our kind of people. We look forward to being a small part of the effort,” said Kassander.
WASH 4 WARRIORS will benefit The Boot Campaign, a national charity located in Tyler, Texas. All of the funds raised by WASH 4 WARRIORS will go to support their efforts. The Boot Campaign mission is to raise awareness of the unique challenges service members face during and post-service; and provide assistance to military personnel, past and present, and their families.
Details about the WASH 4 WARRIORS in Texas will be forthcoming. Please direct inquiries about WASH 4 WARRIORS to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Germain Racing’s newest team sponsor, visit Powerwashstore.com and to learn more about The Power WashStore’s charity of choice for WASH 4 WARRIORS, visit Thebootcampaign.org.
Germain Racing will be on track at Michigan International Speedway beginning Friday at noon Eastern with first practice followed by a 5:15 PM qualifying session. Saturday the two practice sessions are at 8:30 and 11:30 AM ET and Sunday’s race is scheduled to begin at 2 PM ET. All action will be broadcast live on NBCSN and MRN radio network. Additinally, there will be an online GARAGECAM session available to view at nascar.com/garagecam at 11:30 on Friday morning.
To follow the team via social media check in on Facebook.com/Germain Racing or /CaseyMears and on Twitter @GermainRacing, @GEICORacing and @CJMearsgang.
About The Power Wash Store:
Paul Kassander started The Power Wash Store in 1993 after many years running his own successful pressure washing company. He found many of his product suppliers couldn’t answer his questions and lacked any practical knowledge of the pressure washingbusiness. Oftentimes, suppliers couldn’t even explain the basic functions of the machines they sold. The Power Wash Store is more than just a supplier for pressure washing contractors. We are advocates with years of experience who are here to help you run a more profitable business. The Power Wash Store supplies customers with more than just pressure washers and chemicals, we arm them with the knowledge to successfully navigate competitive markets.