St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 22, 2009
USfidelis and NASCAR Angels have teamed up to make a positive impact on the lives of many deserving people who otherwise couldn't afford to keep up with their vehicle repairs. NASCAR Angels is a TV show that refurbishes vehicles for people or charitable organizations that demonstrate a dedication to helping others. Complimenting the efforts of NASCAR Angels, USfidelis specializes in connecting customers to well-established companies that provide extended vehicle service contracts and both companies share a commitment to helping people keep their cars safely on the road for longer periods of time. In today's economy this commitment has become increasingly important.
"We are honored to join forces with NASCAR Angels and to use our unique position as a leading marketer of Vehicle Service Coverage to give back to people in need," said Chris Riley, USfidelis, CEO. "This partnership allows USfidelis to make a positive impact on the lives of others."
Recently, NASCAR Angels and USfidelis teamed up to help Childsplay, a non-profit theatre troupe that performs for over 125,000 Arizona school children yearly, get back on the road by repairing their 1997 Chevy Cavalier and donating extended vehicle service coverage for the vehicle. Childsplay uses the vehicle to transport actors and props to performances, enriching the lives of children who do not otherwise have the opportunity to experience theatre. Childsplay is known for delivering a class-act performance that is both inspiring and educational for its young viewers. The poor condition of their vehicle was hindering their ability to deliver performances to school age children. The good news is that with help from the NASCAR Angels crew of Goodyear Gemini technicians, the Cavalier is now operating at peak performance once again. Technicians at Phoenix, Arizona-based Purcell Tire & Auto Service made all of the necessary mechanical repairs to the vehicle, while USfidelis donated vehicle service coverage to provide peace of mind from unexpected repairs in the future.
"Our mission at USfidelis is simple," continued Riley. "We are committed to helping people save money by keeping their cars safe and on the road longer. Part of this commitment means giving back to the community and to those who serve others. NASCAR Angels is the perfect platform for us to demonstrate this commitment and to help those who may not otherwise be able to afford to protect their vehicles."
USfidelis, based in Wentzville, MO, specializes in connecting customers to well-established companies that provide extended vehicle service contracts - helping drivers keep their cars safely on the road longer. The company uses proprietary software to research available extended service contracts from top-rated providers. A commitment to treating each driver honestly and fairly has allowed USfidelis to build long-term relationships with approximately 300,000 current customers. USfidelis currently employs nearly 1,000 staff members. For more information, visit usfidelis.com.
About NASCAR Angels:
NASCAR Angels, NASCAR's first nationally-syndicated television show, is currently in its third season of production. Hosted by former NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion and current ABC/ESPN broadcaster Rusty Wallace and Shannon Wiseman, NASCAR Angels gives deserving individuals a transportation fix, and also features a "Heart of NASCAR" segment, profiling NASCAR drivers and personalities' charity initiatives. NASCAR Angels reaches 95% of the nation's viewing audience. The weekly, half-hour program airs during weekends on over 200 local broadcast stations, reaching more than 95 million homes. Using the automotive products of NASCAR Performance partners, Goodyear Gemini technicians work to complete repairs and educate viewers on the importance of regular vehicle maintenance. NASCAR Angels is produced in partnership by NASCAR and MagicDust Television and is distributed nationally by Litton Entertainment. The show's sponsor lineup includes Goodyear Gemini, USfidelis and Exide Technologies.