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Myatt Snider to Salute Retired Army Veteran in Cheddar’s 300 Presented by Alsco

NASCAR, Richard Childress Racing and Comcast have always made it a priority to honor our nation’s heroes. On Monday, June 1, RCR’s Myatt Snider will join fellow NASCAR Xfinity Series competitors in replacing the Xfinity logo on the windshield header with patriotic colors and the name of a frontline or military Comcast employee for the Cheddar’s 300. Snider will proudly represent retired Army veteran and current NBC Peacock employee, Jackie Chang on his No. 21 TaxSlayer Chevrolet Camaro Monday night under the lights at Bristol Motor Speedway.

“I’m really excitd for the opportunity to work with Comcast and Xfinity this weekend during the Cheddar’s 300,” said Snider. “It will be such an honor to display Jackie Chang’s name on the windshield banner of our TaxSlayer Chevrolet. I think it’s really cool how she was in the Army and now works for NBC Peacock. Just from talking with my dad, I know that is a challenging industry to work in. NASCAR and Xfinity do such a great job paying homage to our men and women in the military. Hopefully, we can have a solid performance and make Jackie and her family proud.”

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Jackie Chang is a seven-year Army veteran, who now works for NBC Peacock.

Chang is a seven-year Army veteran who began her NBCU tenure in the Comcast Rotational Leadership Program before landing a full-time role at NBC Sports and was promoted to Senior Director. She recently moved over to the Peacock team in an influential position as the Senior Director of Customer Value. Chang has played an active role in getting her company’s latest entertainment offering, Peacock, up and running during these unprecedented times to help keep people connected and informed. Through hard work and dedication, Chang has quickly risen through her company as a standout employee.

Coverage of the Cheddar’s 300 presented by Alsco at Bristol Motor Speedway begins Monday, June 1 at 7 p.m. ET on FS1. Fans can also catch the action live on PRN as well as SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.