Drive to End Hunger - Unveiling of Jeff Gordon's New Car!

It's been an exciting morning for the Drive to End Hunger and four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Jeff Gordon: the new No. 24 car has been unveiled! Check it out below:

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Gordon will drive the Drive to End Hunger Chevy for 22 races annually over the next three years. The goal of the partnership is to raise awareness of and help solve the growing problem of hunger among older Americans. Of the nearly 51 million Americans who face the threat of hunger every day, nearly six million of them are seniors - and the Drive to End Hunger is helping those millions of Americans facing this heartbreaking problem across the nation.
For more information about the Drive to End Hunger, visit www.DrivetoEndHunger.com, follow the Drive to End Hunger on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Drive2EndHunger, or visit the Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/DrivetoEndHunger, where you can also find more photos of the No. 24 Chevy!

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