MOORESVILLE, N.C. (August 29, 2020) – CarParts.com, the e-commerce auto parts company that recently donated more than $40,000 to charity after becoming the owner of the No. 43 bumper off the car driven by Bubba Wallace, is now hosting a fans-only sweepstakes of the historic memento.
Fans can now go to https://sweepstakes.carparts.com/allstaropenbumper for their opportunity to win the bumper that is signed by Michael McDowell and Wallace.
CarParts.com was the winning bidder of The NASCAR Foundation’s auction of the bumper after it was donated by McDowell and Front Row Motorsports. CarParts.com made a winning bid of $20,034, with all proceeds benefiting Motor Racing Outreach (MRO). CarParts.com then made an additional donation of $20,043 to Victory Junction in honor of Wallace and Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM). Now, coming full circle, CarParts.com is giving a fan the opportunity to own the bumper.
“We feel there is no better owner of the All-Star bumper than a fan,” said Lev Peker, CEO of CarParts.com. “The fans are the heart, soul and driving factor of NASCAR. Their passion is unmatched and it’s only fitting that we host a fan-only sweepstakes after Michael and Bubba came together to sign the bumper. We hope this makes for a fun and prized possession for the lucky winner.”
CarParts.com is the tech-forward company with a fast, easy-to-use website that improves the way drivers shop for the parts they need. The e-commerce business offers an easy-to-navigate, mobile-friendly website and a 90-day return policy that assures customers they will get the right parts, guaranteed. The company has delivered over 50 million parts across America.
“This is the fans’ chance to own a cool piece of history from the Bristol All-Star Race, thanks to CarParts.com,” said McDowell. “So much good has come out of the bumper, and now a fan will finally own it. I can’t thank CarParts.com enough for doing this.”
The sweepstakes will end on September 6.