March is Blood Clot Awareness Month and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., has teamed up with Brian Vickers and the Auto Club Speedway to encourage fans to learn the risks, signs and symptoms of blood clots, and treatment. The TreatMyClot.com 300 race takes place on Saturday, March 19.
Janssen will also make a charitable donation to the National Blood Clot Alliance, which is dedicated to advancing the prevention, early diagnosis and successful treatment of life-threatening blood clots. People can visit www.TreatMyClot.com to learn more about blood clot risk and treatment.
Additionally, in support of Mr. Arnold Palmer and the launch of his charitable foundation, on Sunday, March 20, Brian will race the #14 Janssen Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation Chevrolet. The AACF has been entrusted to continue Arnold Palmer’s legacy of philanthropy by supporting institutions and organizations that help youth, families and the communities in which we live.
L-R: Sameer Grover (Janssen), Michael Moye (Janssen), Lee Teller (United Entertainment Group), Marie Woods (United Entertainment Group), Georgianna Jablonski (National Blood Clot Alliance), Jeff Dimond (United Entertainment Group), Mark Jablonski (National Blood Clot Alliance Board of Directors).
Mark Jablonski (National Blood Clot Alliance), Brian Vickers (Driver; Stewart-Haas Racing), Michael Moye (Director of Marketing, Janssen)
To view footage of the Friday, March 18, TreatMyClot.com 300 press conference click here.
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