AARP and its Drive to End Hunger program will return to the No. 24 Chevrolet SS driven by Jeff Gordon for the 2015 season.
Gordon, a four-time Sprint Cup Series champion, has had the Drive to End Hunger on his car for the past four seasons. In 2015 they will appear on his car as the primary sponsor in the season opening Daytona 500 and 12 other races. For the races in which they are not the primary sponsor they will appear as an associate sponsor.
Donations to the Drive to End Hunger come from individuals, corporations and other non-profits and are used to find short-term and long-term solutions to hunger problems of adults over the age of 50.
“NASCAR fans have been such a big part of the success of Drive to End Hunger, and we’re really grateful for that,” said Gordon. “I’ve seen them packing meals, texting donations and getting involved in their communities. AARP and AARP Foundation are incredible partners to be involved with, and I’m very happy to continue our work together. It’s been an extremely rewarding and humbling experience for me personally.”
This season Gordon has scored the most points in the Cup Series while scoring wins at Kansas Speedway and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.