San Diego Mazda Miata Racing Parts Company Joins Battle Against Cancer

February 09, 2017
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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA San Diego Miata racing parts company Good-Win Racing has joined with Manhattan Beach-based Cancer Journeys Foundation to bring the #preventcancer message to the motor sports community.

There are more than 15 million cancer survivors living in the US and another person receives a cancer diagnosis every 19 seconds. Research shows that half of the most common cancer can be prevented with better eating and exercise habits.

“We’re super excited to be working with Good-Win Racing,” said Cancer Journeys Foundation President Robert Hess. “The motor sports community is huge and we want to reach them with the cancer prevention message.”

“We chose the Mazda MX-5 for our car because of its performance, ease of handing, and affordability,” said Hess. “Mazda Motorsports has helped us with publicity and Good-Win Racing is supporting us with some Miata performance parts. We are going to have a great time bringing the #CancerPrevention message to the racing community.”

Cancer Journeys Foundation president Robert Warren Hess and his MX-5 Miata autocross car

“We are delighted to be able support the Cancer Journeys Foundation,” said Brian Goodwin, owner of Good-Win-Racing.com. “We love helping drivers enjoy their Miata’s. We are the leading provider of performance parts for the MX-5 so we have lots of Miata racers in our community and it was a natural fit to work with the Cancer Journeys Foundation. It’s a great cause and we’re happy to be able to help.”

About the Cancer Journeys Foundation

The Cancer Journeys Foundation provides a comprehensive digital information center for cancer survivors, their families, and caregivers. The Foundation also is working on developing a national cancer awareness trophy for the autocross community.

About Good-Win Racing

Good-Win Racing is the leading provider of performance racing parts for Mazda MX-5 Miatas. Good-Win’s mission is to help Mazda owners dial up the fun. They offer a wide range of quality parts, good advice, and they race what they sell.



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About Cancer Journeys Foundation:

The Cancer Journeys Foundation provides support to the 14 million cancer survivors in the United States and their families and care givers as they move through their individual cancer journeys.

Contact Cancer Journeys Foundation:

Robert Hess
1601 N Sepulveda Blvd
Suite 576
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
310.430.5899
http://www.cancerjourneysfoundation.org

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