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KECO Coatings Partners with Lazier Burns Racing

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INDIANAPOLIS, May 21 — Lazier Burns Racing is pleased to announce that KECO Coatings has joined the team and driver Buddy Lazier for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 May 29 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Both KECO Coatings and the Lazier family are long-time supporters of the Racing for Corey charity founded by KECO Coatings President Mike Klinge, and its decal will join KECO’s on Lazier’s #4 Dallara Chevrolet.

“KECO was very proud to be represented by Buddy Lazier and his team 20 years ago in the winner’s circle, and we’re still proud to be associated with Buddy and the fine people that make up his team in 2016,” said Klinge.

“We’ve been involved with KECO for decades, and they’ve always done a professional, cutting-edge job,” said Lazier. “They are tops in their industry.

“We’re also glad to help raise awareness for the Racing for Corey program,” Lazier added of that 501c 3 organization which entertains children diagnosed with chronic and/or life-threatening illnesses at IndyCar events, and raises funds to assist in granting their wishes.

KECO Coatings has two facilities in Indianapolis and another in Statesville, N.C.

About KECO Coatings:

Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., KECO Engineered Coatings, Inc. is a nationally recognized industry leader specializing in custom services such as research and development, prototype and distinct production categories, and is one of 23 licensed DuPont Teflon® industrial applicators (LIAs) in the United States. Industries KECO Coatings serves include aerospace, automotive, lighting, packaging, food, glass and performance racing.

KECO’s range of technologies includes a full line of signature products, with applications of nonstick liquids and powders, dry film lube, metallic ceramic, corrosion resistant, plasma, wire arc and urethane.

About Racing for Corey:

Racing for Corey is a 501c 3 organization which entertains children diagnosed with chronic and/or life-threatening illnesses at IndyCar events and raises funds to assist in granting the wishes of these children.  Buddy Lazier has attended and signed autographs at its events trackside, and the Lazier family has supported Racing for Corey through the years by donating auction items such as packages from Tivoli Lodge in Vail, Colo., at its annual “Evening of Giving” fundraisers.