Scotts, Ortho to Sponsor Edwards' No. 50 Ford F-150 at Dover CONCORD, N.C.- Roush Racing announced today that The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company's Ortho brand will sponsor Roush Racings No. 50 Ford F-150 driven by Carl Edwards in this weekends...
Scotts, Ortho to Sponsor Edwards' No. 50 Ford F-150 at Dover
CONCORD, N.C.- Roush Racing announced today that The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company's Ortho brand will sponsor Roush Racings No. 50 Ford F-150 driven by Carl Edwards in this weekends NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series AAA Insurance 200 at Dover International Speedway.
"I'm excited that Ortho has come on board for this weekend's Craftsman Truck Series race," said Edwards. "The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company has sponsored me since 2004, and I'm really happy the opportunity to get back in the truck for a race came about with them. It would be pretty cool if Mark Martin and I could put the Scotts and Ortho trucks at the front of the field on Friday night."
Jeff Keyser, Vice President for Ortho Marketing at The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company echoed Edwards' excitement.
"Ortho Season-Long Grass and Weed Killer is proud to team up again with Carl Edwards and the No. 50 Team in Dover. Weeds are a real problem for consumers right now and this is the perfect time to get them under control. Just one application of Ortho Season-Long not only kills existing weeds, but also prevents new weeds for the entire season-- which should give fans more time to enjoy racing on weekends!"
Edwards last raced in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2004, when he competed in the season-ending Ford 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Edwards, who has six wins in 57 Craftsman Truck Series starts, will attempt to make his third career Craftsman Truck Series start at Dover.
Roush Racing is a subsidiary of Livonia, Mich., based Roush Enterprises which operates 14 motorsports teams; five in NASCAR Nextel Cup Series with drivers Mark Martin, Matt Kenseth, Jamie McMurray, Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards, six in the Busch Series with Martin, Kenseth, Biffle, Edwards, Todd Kluever and Danny OQuinn, and three in the Craftsman Truck Series with Martin, Erik Darnell and Michel Jourdain, Jr.