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UPS Gets Loaded for Herbie: Fully Loaded

UPS announced today at Texas Motor Speedway a special promotional program they are executing in conjunction with Walt Disney Pictures' release of Herbie: Fully Loaded. As part of the promotions surrounding the film, UPS is fielding the #88 Herbie: Fully Loaded UPS Ford Taurus with driver Dale Jarrett at the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series event at Infineon Raceway on June 26th.

This special paint scheme program is the third UPS has announced for 2005, and is the result of a promotional relationship with Walt Disney Pictures. UPS participated in the production of the film by supplying UPS-branded race equipment, signage and materials to the various film locations. Jarrett, driver of the UPS Ford Taurus, spent time at Disney's Burbank, Calif. Studios shooting a cameo role for the film.

"Obviously the opportunity to have an association with the Disney brand is one in which we were eager to participate," said Patrick Guilbert, vice president of sponsorships for UPS. "The Herbie film franchise is classic and we're extremely proud to be associated with the latest edition to the family. The Herbie character is one that brings out the best in people, and encourages people to be the best they can be. That's something with which UPS is happy to be involved."

The paint scheme on the UPS Ford was inspired by the paint scheme of the beloved Herbie car character that has graced the big screen in four other film productions. Jarrett looks forward to promoting the film which takes place in today's fast-paced world of NASCAR.

"This is a great story and something that the entire family can enjoy," Jarrett said. "I had the opportunity to do a small part in the film and had a great time with the crew and cast members that were in the scene. This is a tremendous opportunity for a lot of drivers, teams and sponsors that are involved but it's an even greater opportunity for NASCAR because it puts our sport center stage on the big screen."

In addition to the special paint scheme, UPS is promoting its participation in the film through various promotions, events and activities related to Walt Disney Pictures' release of Herbie: Fully Loaded. Details will be posted on the UPS Racing web site,
www.racing.ups.com, in the coming weeks.

About UPS
Since 2000, UPS has been an official status partner as the Official Express Delivery Company of NASCAR. The company has built unique programs for fan appeal, business growth and employee involvement. UPS enters its fifth year as primary sponsor of the #88 UPS Ford Taurus driven by Dale Jarrett for Robert Yates Racing. Jarrett extends his leadership as a premier driver to the shared commitment of UPS drivers in their big, brown trucks together with a team of more than 360,000 dedicated employees around the world. Building on the sport's growing popularity and fan loyalty, UPS provides updated information about UPS Racing, the #88 team performance, features and photography and access to licensed merchandise at
www.racing.ups.com.

About Herbie: Fully Loaded
Herbie, the most beloved car star of them all, is back and Lindsay Lohan's got him in Disney's all new revved-up comedy adventure, HERBIE: FULLY LOADED. Lohan stars as Maggie Peyton, the new owner of Number 53 - the freewheelin' Volkswagen Bug with a mind of its own - who puts the car through its paces on the road to becoming a NASCAR competitor. Herbie's got some new tricks under his hood as he takes audiences for an action-packed spin in this high-speed comedy. With an all-star cast along for a wild ride, this comedy puts Herbie to the test - on-road, off-road, on the track and into the record books. Herbie races into theaters June 24, 2005.