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Mitchell joins 24-hour race to fight leukemia, lymphoma

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Dec. 1, 2010—Mitchell International Inc. announced on Wednesday that they will be competing in the 24-hour LeMons car race to raise money for Lapping for Leukemia.

LeMons is a one-day race for cars that are worth $500 or less, according to a Mitchell press release_notes. The race will take place at Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Bakersfield, Calif., on Dec. 4-5. Mitchell is accepting donations for their team that will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

"Mitchell is committed to our community, and this community is not only made up of our co-workers, our business partners and customers and their friends and families, but also organizations like the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society that do great and noble work for all of us," said Alex Sun, Mitchell's president and CEO. "We're very proud of the Mitchell LeMons Team for helping to raise money to fund research for this terrible disease. We encourage you to show your support as well. If you are in Southern California, join Mitchell's race team at the Buttonwillow Raceway, and if you can, please donate to the Lapping for Leukemia Project."

To donate go to, lappingforleukemia.com.

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