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Wednesday, September 28, 2022
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CURE Token Partnering with Kaulig Racing, Noah Gragson in Fall Kansas Race

 

PC: Kaulig Racing | Twitter

Kaulig Racing and Noah Gragson have formed a partnership with charity-based cryptocurrency, CURE Token, which will see the coin serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro at Kansas Speedway on September 11, during Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.

Backed by the Beckley Foundation, CURE Token’s mission is to bring awareness to childhood cancers, fund cancer research, and directly support families that have been affected by pediatric cancer. As CURE grows, Jacob also hopes to use the power of blockchain technology to completely revolutionize healthcare as we know it.

“Partnering one of the most well-recognized sports in the world with pediatric cancer, this collaboration is a reminder of what happens when people come together for a great cause,” said Jacob Beckley, Founder of CURE Token. “The Beckley Foundation, CURE Token, and Gragson are working to further the mission of supporting pediatric cancer research and bringing awareness to the devastating consequences of cancer. Pediatric cancer goes well beyond its patient, it affects the families, friends, and communities. CURE Token aims to lessen those affects with the hope that, one day, we will not be defined by the word cancer.”

On Monday, Kaulig Racing announced the full driver rotation schedule for the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro, which will see Noah Gragson compete in 14 races at NASCAR’s top-level in 2022, including Kansas Speedway in September, where CURE has signed on as primary sponsor.

“I am humbled to represent CURE Token and to work with Founder Jacob Beckley and the Beckley Foundation,” said Gragson. “It is an honor to represent a crypto company and foundation that supports such a great cause. Helping raise awareness for pediatric cancer is very important to me and the entire Kaulig Racing team. I look forward to racing the CURE Token No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 at Kansas Speedway in the fall of 2022.”

For Kaulig Racing team owner, Matt Kaulig, the partnership has an added special meaning, with his involvement in the Akron Children’s Hospital earning him the title of 2020 Champion for Children Award winner.

“Our new-found partnership with CURE Token is one that is special to me for many reasons,” said team owner, Matt Kaulig. “The fight against pediatric cancer is one that is near and dear to me. I’m excited to be able to continue bringing awareness to this cause through CURE Token.”

Joseph Srigley
Joseph Srigleyhttp://tobychristie.com
University of Windsor | Business Administration - Supply Chain & Data Analytics Editor at TobyChristie.com

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