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Thursday, 21 June 2018 16:55

AASP/NJ’s Race Night Benefits Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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The top three finishers in order were: James Moyes of Krehel Automotive, Keith Krehel of Krehel Automotive and Dave Albrecht of Pace Collision (pictured left to right: Dave Albrecht, James Moyes and Keith Krehel). The top three finishers in order were: James Moyes of Krehel Automotive, Keith Krehel of Krehel Automotive and Dave Albrecht of Pace Collision (pictured left to right: Dave Albrecht, James Moyes and Keith Krehel).

AASP/NJ hosted its seventh annual Race Night on June 12 at RPM Raceway in Jersey City, NJ. 

Industry professionals and supporters from all over the state traveled to participate in the friendly competition to raise money for the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, which will receive a $1,000 donation to help in its fight against prostate cancer.  

 

Jeff McDowell, past president of AASP/NJ and one of the event’s founders, said, “It was tremendous. People had a ball. Some of the shops brought double-digit numbers of their employees, and that’s just amazing. Race Night continues to grow more and more each year.” 

 

This year’s event attracted 45 participants for the three-race series of electric go-karts. The top three finishers in order were: James Moyes of Krehel Automotive, Keith Krehel of Krehel Automotive and Dave Albrecht of Pace Collision


For more information about the association and its events, visit www.aaspnj.org.

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