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3M Donates Two Full Paint Schemes to American Red Cross for the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season
Date:1/7/2008

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --- 3M, in partnership with Roush Fenway Racing, announced today that it will donate the No. 16 Ford's full paint scheme to the American Red Cross for two races during the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup season. 3M will also donate space on the rear side panel of the car where the Red Cross logo will appear in eight other races during the year.

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"This is an incredible opportunity for the Red Cross to connect with NASCAR fans, many of whom are already dedicated blood donors," said Greg Ballish, senior vice president, Biomedical Services. "When the No.16 Red Cross Ford goes around the track this year, we hope people will not only be motivated to sign up to give blood but also take a moment to learn how to get prepared for disasters and emergencies."

For more information on donating blood, or to make an appointment, call 1-800-GIVE LIFE (1-800-448-3543), or log on to http://www.givelife.org.

Greg Biffle will drive the Red Cross Ford at Talladega Superspeedway on April 27 and at Phoenix International Raceway on November 9. He will also appear in television and radio public service announcements to support the mission of the Red Cross.

"I'm honored to help support an organization that touches millions of lives every year in communities nationwide," said Biffle, driver of the No. 16 Roush Ford. "Besides collecting blood and helping people recover from disasters, they give incredible support to our military personnel and their families. I want to help get the message out to race fans that the Red Cross needs our help, now. Together, let's help those who help us."

3M has a long history of supporting the Red Cross through in-kind contributions of disaster relief supplies. Last year,
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