Jolt Energy Gum returns with Henderson in 2007! February 14, 2007 (Iola, Ks.) It was announced today that Jolt Energy Gum will once again partner with World of Outlaws driver Justin Henderson for the 2007 season. Henderson, who finished 8th...
Jolt Energy Gum returns with Henderson in 2007!
February 14, 2007 (Iola, Ks.) It was announced today that Jolt Energy Gum will once again partner with World of Outlaws driver Justin Henderson for the 2007 season. Henderson, who finished 8th in the points last year had a top ten finish at Volusia during this past weekend in the season opener. This will be the 3rd year that the company has been involved in Sprint Car racing.
"We enjoy our relationship with Justin and his whole team." Said Jolt President Kevin Gass. "Justin is a great spokesman for our company and represents the brand very well. With the new TV coverage it was really an easy choice to come back in 2007. The sport is poised for growth and we want to be a part of that."
Fans can get samples of Jolt Energy Gum at the races and at some races t-shirts and other Jolt Energy Gum merchandise will be given away. Retailers nationwide are now carrying Jolt Energy Gum, so fans should have no problem finding packs in their neighborhood. Jolt has also recently introduced a new product, Jolt Energy Mints.
"We're glad to have them back." Said Justin Henderson. "They came on board with us last year and I really like their product. When you have the schedule we have it's great to have a little pick me up and a couple of pieces of Jolt Energy Gum does just that. I like to take a few pieces during the night it keeps me energized and ready."
You can visit www.joltgum.com right now for a chance to win a trip to Hollywood as part of the companies Fox's hit show 24 promotion. Next up for the team is Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, CA. This will mark Henderson's first visit to the 1/3 mile high banked track.
Jolt chewing gum contains caffeine PLUS Guarana and Ginseng to give you maximum energy. Jolt Gum is as safe as coffee (and arguably even safer). The caffeine is exactly the same molecule as in coffee-- you can just subtract the spilling.