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News   January 10, 2019   by Allan Janssen

Hot Shot’s Secret donates $6,000 to breast cancer research efforts

Lubrication Specialties Inc. raised nearly $6,000 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through a special promotion sponsored by the company’s Hot Shot’s Secret brand.

The company donated $50 to NHRDA driver Amalee Mueller’s “Save the Racks” fundraising campaign for each successful pass made in either of Mueller’s two “Save the Racks” trucks driven throughout the 2018 race season.

In addition, Lubrication Specialties Inc. donated a $250 bonus for each runner-up finish and a $500 bonus for a class victory at each NHRDA event.

Amalee Mueller with her mom, the inspiration for her “Save the Rack” fundraiser.

Last year Mueller branded her Dodge Cummins Super Diesel race truck in a pink Save the Racks motif to support her mother who has successfully battled breast cancer. Early this year, she also branded a second Save the Racks truck, a Chevrolet S-10, driven by Larson Miller.

“We are incredibly excited to report a donation of $6,000,” said Kyle Fischer, Lubrication Specialties Inc. director of marketing. “We fully support Amalee in her efforts to raise awareness about breast cancer and look forward to continuing these efforts this year.”

He said it was gratifying to see the Save the Racks trucks raising awareness about breast cancer research. Many race fans also stopped by the Hot Shot’s booth to say they wanted to help the campaign.

“Almost everyone has a family member or close friend that has been touched by breast cancer,” he said. “This was one small way we could help.”

Lubrication Specialties Inc. is the manufacturer of Hot Shot’s Secret performance fuel and oil additives and Adrenaline race oil

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