Seattle: Jeg's proceeds to charity

Quartermile Charities, which owns and operates the track side apparel trailer for Jeg's Mail Order, will donate the proceeds from their sales at the NHRA Prolong Super Lubricants Nationals to RFC (Racers for Christ). "RFC (Racers for Christ) ...

Quartermile Charities, which owns and operates the track side apparel trailer for Jeg's Mail Order, will donate the proceeds from their sales at the NHRA Prolong Super Lubricants Nationals to RFC (Racers for Christ).

"RFC (Racers for Christ) provides a really neat service for the fans and a majority of the racers from a group that really care about what they do.

Chaplain Ken Owens and his group are very passionate about their work. Anytime you see a member of the RFC Team you see them with a smile and they offer a hand shake with pride. I can speak for our family and Team Jeg's in saying anytime you can learn the word of God or anything positive in life everyone. Our children benefits from it and become better people," explained Troy Coughlin.

Jeg Coughlin echoed his brother be saying, "RFC (Racers for Christ) is extremely active in NHRA Winston Drag Racing and the motorsports community. They are very beneficial to our sport and appreciated by the teams and loyal NHRA fans that spend Sundays at the race track."

-Jeg's

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Series Charity , NHRA
Drivers Jeg Coughlin , Troy Coughlin