Thursday, September 23, 2010

WIN Series Update-Carbon Free Girl Lelani Munter

Leilani is returning to the racetrack! She will be driving the #59 Operation Free/Sturman Industries "Race to Energy Independence" Dodge Charger in the ARCA Series at Kansas Speedway on Sept 30. She has the only race car in the world with images of windturbines and solar panels on it, check out how great it looks on the track: New Partnership Brings Together Racing, Veterans For Clean Energy
http://www.leilanimunter.com/10-9.21.htm

The race will air live on SPEED at 4pm EST on Thursday, Sept 30.

NEW PARTNERSHIP BRINGS TOGETHER RACING, VETERANS FOR CLEAN ENERGY
Operation Free and Sturman Industries Teams With Leilani Munter for Sponsorship,
“Race to Energy Independence”
Partnership Debuts at Kansas Lottery 150 at Kansas Speedway on Sept. 30

Operation Free, a group of U.S. military veterans advocating for clean energy and climate change reform, today announced their sponsorship of race car driver Leilani Munter, who is also a clean energy advocate, environmental activist and was recently named the #1 eco athlete by Discovery's Planet Green.


For the Sept. 30 ARCA Series Kansas Lottery 150 race at Kansas Speedway, Leilani’s car (#59) will feature Operation Free’s logo, images of clean energy sources, and “Race to Energy Independence” prominently displayed and will deliver their message that climate change and our energy posture are national security threats. The “Race to Energy Independence” is partially powered by sponsor Sturman Industries, manufacturer of advanced digital valve technology that improves engine efficiency and reduces fuel usage.

“Partnering with Operation Free and Sturman Industries is great symmetry for my efforts to promote environmental responsibility and pollution reduction. America’s veterans have sacrificed so much for the rest of us and we should listen to their message that reducing our dependence on foreign oil and addressing climate change must be a national security priority for America,” said Leilani Munter.

Follow this link to read more on the development of the new car.
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