Interstate Batteries holds food drive as NASCAR race comes to town
Interstate Batteries hosted a food drive at the downtown Dallas Klyde Warren Park for the North Texas Food Bank as part of our #DrivingForGood campaign, in the lead-up to Saturday’s NASCAR® Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
In just two hours, Interstate Batteries and the North Texas Food Bank received 2,508 meals-worth of donations. Of those 2,508 meals, 800 came from canned items alone.
Dorothy Jones, Chief Marketing Officer at Interstate Batteries, volunteered with many others from the Dallas headquarters and local Interstate All Battery Center stores.
“This is only the beginning for Driving for Good,” she said. “But one thing’s for certain, Driving for Good is about enriching lives in the communities in which we serve, and we will continue to do so.”
Defending Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch drove the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota Camry to victory in Saturday’s race.
NTFB is a hunger relief organization and the largest charity in North Texas, serving Dallas and 12 surrounding counties.