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Vegetarian Eco Race Car Driver Leilani Munter Teams Up With Ecobabble

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_leilani-munter-photo-2Earlier this year we told you that veggie race car driver Leilani Munter was trying to get NASCAR go green! Well, it looks like she really does practice what she preaches.

Munter has teamed up with Ecobabble  — a company dedicated to sustainability — to produce her racing merchandise.

Ecobabble will place a recycle bin in Leilani’s pit where fans can drop off their plastic bottles. The company will then use those bottles to manufacture 50/50 cotton/polyester t-shirts. Neat!

In a recent statement, Leliani said:

“I am excited to be working with Ecobabble to offer eco friendly merchandise. And I’d also like to thank Chicagoland Speedway for allowing me to have a recycle bin in my pit. Together we are teaming up to help make a greener world and I am just proud to be a part of it.”

To learn more about all of her green work visit LeilaniMunter.com!

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