Federated Auto Parts Distributors Partners with Brewco Motorsports on NASCAR Busch Series, ARCA RE/MAX Sponsorships Will be Primary Sponsor for June NBS Race in Nashville Nashville, Tenn. (April 5, 2007) - Federated Auto Parts Distributors ...
Federated Auto Parts Distributors Partners with Brewco Motorsports on NASCAR Busch Series, ARCA RE/MAX Sponsorships
Will be Primary Sponsor for June NBS Race in Nashville
Nashville, Tenn. (April 5, 2007) - Federated Auto Parts Distributors has announced a multi-faceted sponsorship agreement with Brewco Motorsports Inc. for the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series and ARCA RE/MAX Series seasons.
Federated Auto Parts Distributors will team with Brewco to serve as the following:
- Primary Sponsor of Brewco's No. 27 Ford Fusion for the Federated Auto Parts 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at Nashville Superspeedway on June 9, 2007 with Bobby East driving.
- Associate Sponsor on the No. 27 NBS Ford Fusion, with NASCAR veterans Ward Burton and Jason Keller behind the wheel, for the remaining NASCAR Busch Series races in 2007.
- Associate Sponsor on Brewco's No. 47 SI Performance Ford Fusion during the 2007 ARCA RE/MAX Series season, with Rookie-of-the-Year candidate Phillip McGilton behind the wheel.
"Brewco Motorsports is excited to expand our relationship with Federated Auto Parts into the 2007 season," said team owner Clarence Brewer Jr. In 2006, Federated served as a full-time associate sponsor on both of Brewco's NASCAR Busch Series cars and served as the primary sponsor of the No. 27 Ford during the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway on June 10, 2006. Federated also served as the primary sponsor of Brewco Motorsports Inc. rookie driver Brad Coleman for the 2006 Busch and ARCA RE/MAX seasons.
"Federated is a long-time supporter of racing at all levels," Brewer continued. "With our diverse driver lineup for 2007 -- from veterans like Ward Burton and Jason Keller to newcomers like Bobby East and Phillip McGilton -- we know that our organization can only benefit from Federated's extensive experience and involvement in our sport."
"Federated Auto Parts is proud to continue our relationship with a quality organization like Brewco Motorsports," said Rusty Bishop, CEO of Federated Auto Parts. "Brewco has proven itself as a championship organization both on and off the track and we are looking forward to working with them toward a successful 2007."
About Federated Auto Parts and Federated Car Care Centers:
Formed in 1985, Federated Auto Parts has become the fastest growing auto parts distribution network in the nation.Federated Auto Parts provides both the trained professional and the do-it-yourselfer with the best known brands of automotive parts and accessories at the most competitive prices.Federated customers are assisted by experienced sales professionals that are trained to accommodate evolving technologies in the automotive aftermarket. The Federated Car Care Center Program is a nationwide network of independently-owned automotive repair facilities. Federated Car Care Centers employ ASE-certified technicians for all repair services and install quality parts that meet or exceed OE specifications.
About Brewco Motorsports, Inc.:
Central City, Kentucky businessman Clarence Brewer Jr. began the construction of his racing enterprise, Brewco Motorsports, in 1996 with one racecar and a small shop.This year, Brewer begins his 12th season as a car owner in the NASCAR Busch Series.With an unmatched reputation of delivering results both on and off the track, Brewco has elevated itself to not only a consistent championship contender but the marketing vehicle of some of America's most trusted brands.