BK Racing's Alex Bowman earns support from Houston-based MMLJ Inc.
Talladega, Ala. -- Dustless Blasting will reunite with Alex Bowman for a fresh livery this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway.
Bowman, a Sunoco Rookie-of-the-year contender, will carry the green and white colors of the Houston-based abrasive blaster on the No. 23 BK Racing in Sunday's Geico 500. His season-high 13th-place finish in the series came at the tour's last restrictor plate race at Daytona in July.
"We're very excited to support Alex Bowman and BK Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series." said Benny LeCompte, owner of MMLJ Inc. "Much like Bowman; Dustless Blasting has made a monumental rise over the last few years, and has an extremely bright future ahead of it. We are excited to give our customers, many of whom are NASCAR fans, something to cheer for at Talladega this weekend."
According to the release, "Dustless Blasting has revolutionized the surface preparation industry. With the ability to strip all paint, primer, rust and body filler from the average car in only two hours without warping, Dustless Blasting is quickly becoming the new gold standard in surface preparation. Dustless Blasting's anti-spark, anti-dust, and anti-static properties have also made it extremely useful in the refinery, oilfield, mining and other industries. MMLJ Inc., the parent company of Dustless Blasting, has been manufacturing top quality abrasive blasters for over 70 years, but they say Dustless Blasting is the greatest advancement in paint stripping technology since the original sand blaster all those years ago."
"It's always exciting to have a sponsor return," Bowman said. "I am a car guy myself so I look forward to not only representing them on the track but also using their products with my own personal cars."