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Kevin Harvick Set For Live Oct. 15 #ChampionChat Session

Currently third in Chase standings, Richard Childress Racing driver to chat via Twitter with fast-growing Champion community.

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Richard Childress Racing’s Kevin Harvick will take time out from his preparations for Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway to chat with Federal-Mogul’s “Performance Driven” Champion community during the next #ChampionChat social media session, Tuesday, Oct. 15, from 7 to 7:30 p.m. E.T.  Anyone can join the conversation by logging on to Twitter.



Currently third in the season-ending Chase for the Sprint Cup, Harvick connects live with the Champion community each month to discuss the performance of the No. 29 RCR Chevrolet and a variety of other topics. The monthly series continues to gain popularity and in September generated more than 13.6 million impressions for the iconic Champion brand of spark plugs, wipers and chemical additives.

To ask Harvick a question during Tuesday’s online chat, simply log on to Twitter and add the #ChampionChat hashtag to the end of each message.

“Most Sprint Cup drivers have fascinating stories about their experiences at Talladega, and Kevin is no exception,” said Federal-Mogul Digital Marketing Manager Jessica Wynn. “Tuesday’s ChampionChat will give our community the opportunity to learn more about the strategies involved in avoiding the ‘Big One’ that seems to happen in every race there.”


To add Tuesday’s #ChampionChat session to your calendar, simply click on the following link:

For more information regarding “Performance Driven” Champion products and programs, please visit the nearest Champion provider or log on to Like Champion on Facebook, and follow Champion on Twitter at

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