NASCAR’s Miss Sprint Cup goes green again at Talladega Super Speedway

Miss Sprint Cup goes green at Texas Motor Speedway.

Miss Sprint Cup, Kim Coon and Paige Duke (left to right) goes green at Texas Motor Speedway. Photo by Getty Images.

With Sprint’s environmental efforts being evident at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events,  Miss Sprint Cup Kim Coon and Paige Duke (left to right) trade in their traditional black and white uniforms for a new green uniform design for this past weekend’s Samsung Mobile 500 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth Texas and again on April 17 at the Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.

Recycle for Victory, a wireless-recycling program that benefits Victory Junction, helps protect the environment by reducing the number of used, wireless phones that end up in landfills.

Fans who visit the Sprint Experience, Sprint’s mobile marketing display in the midway at every NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event, can pick up a pre-addressed, postage-paid envelope to recycle their used wireless phones, batteries and accessories, from any carrier and in any condition.

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