[media-credit name=”” align=”alignright” width=”175″][/media-credit]CONCORD, N.C. (JUNE 14, 2012) – In honor of the “NASCAR Unites – An American Salute” program to support members of the U.S. military and their children, Greg Biffle’s 3M Ford will take on a patriotic look this weekend in Michigan.  Biffle’s No. 16 3M Ford is trading in its normal red and black colors to showcase a red, white and blue theme for the Michigan race weekend.  The red, white and blue is part of a NASCAR initiative that kicked off Memorial weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway and runs through Fourth of July weekend at Daytona.  The program is aimed to unite the NASCAR industry and fans this summer to celebrate America and support U.S. military members and their families.

“We are always proud to show our support for the men and women of our military and I am honored to drive the red, white and blue 3M Ford this weekend in Michigan,” said Biffle.  “The NASCAR Unites program this summer is a great reminder to all of us to thank the members of the armed forces whether it’s in person, with a post card or through a donation.   I hope everyone checks out the website and looks for our special paint scheme this weekend.”

For more information about the “NASCAR Unites – An American Salute” program, please visit
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