Flex Seal, JD Motorsports Join Salvation Army


ROCK HILL, S.C. – It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Flex Seal, JD Motorsports with Gary Keller and race fans all over.

In a unique partnership, the JD Motorsports team and sponsor Flex Seal have joined with the Salvation Army and Rock Hill Galleria mall in South Carolina to make Christmas a little brighter for needy children.

The Flex Seal No. 4 Chevrolet, raced this season by Landon Cassill in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, is on display at the Galleria in conjunction with the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. The eye-catching race car, driven this season on NASCAR superspeedways, helps to draw attention to the Angel Trees.

The Angel Tree program provides new clothing and/or toys for children at Christmas. Contributors remove one or more angels from the tree and purchase appropriate gifts for the child or children described on the angels.  Gifts are to be turned into the mall management office (unwrapped) by Dec. 12.  They will then be distributed to the child/children by the Salvation Army.

“We’re pleased that Flex Seal has joined our team in helping out this tremendous cause,” said team owner Johnny Davis. “The Christmas season is the most special time of the year, and there are many people, especially children, who need a little help during the season.”

The Flex Seal car, including Salvation Army emblems, was unveiled during the Angel Tree kickoff ceremony at the Galleria Nov. 21. The Salvation Army’s familiar Christmas kettle program also was featured.

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