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Jennifer Jo Cobb Gains Wreaths Across America Partnership, POW-MIA Banner for Truck

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NASCAR has always been a patriotic sport, and Jennifer Jo Cobb plans to keep that up in the Camping World Truck Series this season.

Cobb announced on Wednesday that she’ll be partnering with Wreaths Across America to put the POW-MIA banner on her No. 10 Driven2Honor truck for six races in the 2015 season. The events include Charlotte, Dover, Gateway, Kentucky, Chicago and Phoenix.

According to the release, those six events coincide with dates that the POW-MIA flag is flown at all government and military buildings nationwide.

Cobb, who runs the charity Driven2Honor, will also work with Wreaths Across America and the National League of POW-MIA Families to bring POW-MIA wives and families to the tracks.

“WAA is pleased to join with Jennifer Jo Cobb and America’s trucking industry to bring attention to the plight of those service members still listed as POW or MIA even after over 50 years. We must never forget them or their service to this country,” a Wreaths Across America spokesman said.

Cobb has started all four CWTS races this season with a best finish of 18th at Daytona in the season opener.

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