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Allied Washoe helps Northern Nevada children with cancer


Mike Cox, CEO of Allied Washoe Petroleum has been helping Northern Nevada

Children’s Cancer Foundation (NNCCF) for years. He approached the non-profit organization after hearing what they did for the community and wanted to become involved.

Wednesday August 22, Allied Washoe is hosting a Customer Appreciation BBQ in which there will be a raffle to benefit Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation. The event will be held at Allied Washoe’s Reno facility at 2500 E. 4th Street at 4 p.m.

Allied Washoe is a locally owned petroleum distribution company specializing in commercial fleet fueling services, bulk fuel supply, and comprehensive lubricant solutions for industrial, commercial and agricultural use. They have been serving the greater Nevada and NorthernCalifornia area since 1900.

The fun continues throughout the weekend on August 25th-26th at the Wild West Motorsports Park for The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in conjunction with Allied Washoe. This brand new facility, Located off  of Exit 23 – Interstate 80 just East of Reno, features a mile long short course off road track built into the side of a mountain complete with obstacles and mega-jumps.

For more information on the Customer Appreciation BBQ and raffle please contact Brandi Walters, [email protected] . For more information about The Luca Oil Off Road Racing Series please visit http://lucasoiloffroad.com

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