Rite Aid, NASCAR driver commemorate National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month


DOVER, Del. To help commemorate September as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Kimberly-Clark's Depend brand, Rite Aid Pharmacy and ZERO - The Project to End Prostate Cancer, teamed with NASCAR driver Jason Keller to encourage race fans across the country to be proactive about their prostate health.

Keller's No. 27 Ford Fusion adorned a special Depend and Rite Aid-themed paint scheme complete with a blue ribbon, signifying prostate cancer awareness, as well as the words “Help End Prostate Cancer” across the hood for the Dover 200 Saturday, Sept. 26 at Dover International Speedway.

Keller and his No. 27 “Help End Prostate Cancer” Ford Fusion also made a special appearance at the Rite Aid Pharmacy location at 1580 South Dupont Highway in Dover leading up to the race weekend.

During his appearance, Keller was part of a special check presentation for $25,000 from Depend on behalf of Rite Aid Pharmacy to ZERO to support the organization’s goal of eliminating prostate cancer through education and research.

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