Denny Hamlin will drive a special #11 FedEx at Walgreens Toyota this Sunday at Martinsville Speedway. The new look celebrates FedEx and Walgreens joining together to provide the FedEx OnSite solution that will allow customers to drop off and pick up packages at nearly every Walgreens location by the end of October.
More information on the FedEx OnSite initiative can be found at fedex.com/onsite.
This season, FedEx is tying the performance of the #11 FedEx Toyota on the track to its efforts to improve road safety through a new program, Delivering Laps for FedEx Cares, by donating $111 for each lap Hamlin leads and $11,000 for each race victory to Safe Kids Worldwide, a nonprofit working to protect kids on the road, at home and at play. FedEx will also contribute $111,000 to Safe Kids if the #11 team wins the 2017 NASCAR championship.
Hamlin Conversation - Martinsville: You've got a new look for the #11 FedEx Toyota this weekend. Tell us about it.
"This paint scheme is definitely one of my favorites, and I'm excited to see what FedEx and Walgreens are doing with FedEx OnSite. It's (FedEx OnSite) all about making things easier for FedEx customers, so now you'll have the option to drop off and pick up packages at your local Walgreens. Martinsville is one of my favorite race tracks, too, so I'm hopeful we can put the #11 FedEx at Walgreens Toyota in Victory Lane on Sunday."
FedEx Freight's Richmond, Virginia, Service Center Along for the Ride at Martinsville: FedEx Freight recognizes the company's Richmond, Va., service center for its outstanding service by featuring the call letters "RCH" on the #11 FedEx Toyota this weekend at Martinsville.
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