Chat Online With Kevin Harvick During Nov. 12 #ChampionChat Session

Chat Online With Kevin Harvick During Nov. 12 #ChampionChat Session

The Champion spokesperson and Richard Childress Racing driver is preparing for Sunday’s Chase for the Sprint Cup finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.


SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 29 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet, will take time out from preparing for Sunday’s season-ending Ford Ecoboost 400 Sprint Cup race to participate in the next #ChampionChat social media session, at 7 p.m. E.T. on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Anyone can participate by logging on to Twitter.


120666HarvickCh_00000070136Federal-Mogul’s monthly #ChampionChat sessions enable the Champion community to engage in a wide-ranging online dialogue with Harvick, one of the world’s most popular racing professionals. The series has generated thousands of tweets and millions of impressions this year for the iconic Champion brand of spark plugs, wipers, filters and chemical additives.

To connect with Harvick during Tuesday’s chat, log on to Twitter and add the #ChampionChat hashtag to the end of each message.

“We’re very pleased that Kevin is setting aside time to connect with fans during arguably the busiest and most important week of the racing season,” said Federal-Mogul Digital Marketing Manager Jessica Wynn. “He’ll be able to give us an insider’s look at the planning and pressure involved in the final race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.”

To add Tuesday’s #ChampionChat session to your calendar, click here.

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