Cincinnati based Teenage band JetSet GetSet has donated a quarter panel from the "JetSet GetSet Ford," an actual NASCAR race car, to raise money for Susan G. Komen, the world's leading breast cancer organization.
Lead singers Tori Little, Avery Eliason and Sadie Loveland sat down with FOX19's Dan Wells to discuss the details.
JetSet GetSet was founded in 2011, and has been promoting their album "Saturday Night" (Playback Records) in concerts throughout the South, Midwest and in Southern California.
Earlier this year, JetSet GetSet was named by the Country Music Association (CMA) as the "Who New to Watch in 2013."
JetSet GetSet was approached by Leavine Family Racing, a NASCAR team, about partnering with them and putting the band name on their No. 95 Ford Mustang.
The car was driven by Reed Sorenson in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
"We've preformed at NASCAR races for years, so of course we decided we wanted to do it," said band member Avery Eliason.
JetSet GetSet's car was painted pink for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The car suffered a minor crash but now the panel of the car is being auctioned off on eBay. Proceeds will be donated to the leading breast cancer organization, Susan G. Komen.
Bidding ends at midnight Sunday, December 15. To make a bid on the pink NASCAR panel signed by JetSet GetSet and driver Reed Sorenson, visit eBay and search "JetSet GetSet."
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