The Green Earth Technologies, Inc. (G.E.T.) (OTC bulletin board: GETG.OB) #19 Noah’s Light / G-OIL Toyota Camry will be on a mission at Daytona’s Subway Jalapeno 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race July 6th. The TriStar Motorsports team and driver Tayler Malsam will be racing to promote awareness for the Noah’s Light Foundation and the “Fast Forward” campaign for pediatric brain cancer research.
Created in 2010 by Amber and Dennis Larkin, the Winter Garden, Florida based Noah’s Light Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, was created in honor of young Noah Larkin who lost his fight with pediatric brain cancer earlier this year. The Fast Forward campaign is designed to accelerate research and cures for pediatric cancer through an aggressive and collaborative program including a number of leading cancer research organizations.
Amber Larkin, Noah’s Light Foundation:
“The Noah’s Light mission is to find a cure for pediatric brain cancer by supporting visionary doctors in pediatric oncology, funding new research in the field and raising awareness. The speed, communication and teamwork of NASCAR represent the approach that the Noah’s Light Foundation is bringing to cancer research. We are on Fast Forward for today’s children.”
Jeffrey Loch, President and CMO of Green Earth Technologies, Inc.:
“We are honored to feature the Noah’s Light Foundation on the #19 G-OIL Toyota Camry to help raise awareness of the Foundation and the Fast Forward campaign. GET is concerned about the environment and consumed toxicity as well as carbon emissions and VOC’s being emitted into the air or dumped into the soil that reaches our groundwater. GET was founded on the premise of creating safer solutions that work.”
Dr. Dennis A. Steindler, Ph.D., The Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute, University of Florida:
“Pediatric brain cancer should not exist on our planet, and we need to rapidly and innovatively apply all of the fruits of our progressing research efforts toward better treating these and all of the childhood cancers. Just as with environmental issues, cancer can be considered to be an invasive species that requires out-of-the-box, adaptive and less toxic therapeutic approaches to strategically treat this overgrowth of our own body’s cells. Collaborative teams like NASCAR, Noah’s Light Foundation and Green Earth Technologies are just the ticket to fast forward transformational research discoveries to new treatments and cures for these kids.”
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