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Street Outlaws’ Dean Karns made 2021 donation to JEGS Foundation

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings competitor Dean “Disco Dean” Karns made a generous donation to the JEGS Foundation before Christmas. He partnered with the Atlantic Marine Inspection for the $1,500 gift.

Karns, who is from Ohio, partnered with the Delaware, Ohio-based business. He is from Fairborn, Ohio and the owner of The Tint King.

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings competitor Dean "Disco Dean" Karns makes a donation to the JEGS Foundation before Christmas
Dean “Disco Dean” Karns makes a donation to the JEGS Foundation before Christmas (Photo by Disco Dean Stinky Pinky/Facebook)

“On behalf of Stinky Pinky Racing and Atlantic Marine Inspection we want to say thank you to all the fans who purchased the limited edition crush cancer shirts this season, we love every single one of you!,” Karns said in a Facebook post. “Proceeds from this shirt were donated to the JEGS foundation racing for cancer research. Together we raised $1500.00 to further the research for this wonderful foundation! Thanks to Jeggie TJ Paige Brenna and the entire Coughlin family!!!!”

The JEGS Foundation Racing for Cancer Research helps bring awareness to cancer and research. The Coughlin family donates 100% of the donations to cancer research.

One in every four individuals will be diagnosed with some type of cancer in their lifetime. The JEGS Foundation works with The Ohio State University Wexner Media Center and the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation with their donations.

In 2013, The JEGS Foundation, which is apart of the JEGS family that includes JEGS Automotive Inc, the largest mail ordered automotive company in the country, made a $10 million gift to The Ohio State University Foundation for cancer research. The generous gift went to The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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The lobby of the James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute was re-named to the JEGS Foundation Lobby.

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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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