Randy Moss Motorsports sponsor news 2011-02-14

One Eighty, Iron Horse Jeans and Odd Manor Join Forces to Back Malsam and the No. 25 Toyota Tundra Team

STATESVILLE, N.C. (February 14, 2011) -- Randy Moss Motorsports announced today that One Eighty and Iron Horse Jeans will return to the Toyota Tundra team, and will be joined by Odd Manor, a new social network game from Redmond, Wash.-based KingX Studios.

One Eighty, a Seattle, Wash.-based company delivering hospitality services primarily in the senior living industry, will make their debut on the hood of the No. 25 Toyota Tundra at Daytona International Speedway on February 18. One Eighty was also a valuable partner of Randy Moss Motorsports' throughout the 2009 season when they served as the primary sponsor on Malsam's truck. Iron Horse Jeans will make their 2011 debut on the hood of Malsam's Toyota Tundra for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Phoenix International Raceway on February 25. The Poway, Calif.-based company originally debuted on a RMM Toyota Tundra in the 2010 season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Odd Manor's logo will decorate the rear quarter panels of Malsam's truck as an associate sponsor for both events.

"I'm really looking forward to racing with One Eighty, Iron Horse Jeans and Odd Manor on my truck," commented Tayler Malsam, driver of the No. 25 Toyota Tundra. "It means a lot to me to race with the support of companies based on the West Coast. A lot of my fans live on the West Coast and it gives them a great opportunity to support our sponsors.

"I'm looking forward to getting another season started; we're looking forward to a great year at Randy Moss Motorsports and have big expectations for our team. Dan [Stillman, crew chief] will be calling the shots for our team again and I think you will see us make a lot of progress throughout the course of the year. We're looking forward to making a run at the championship," commented the 22-year-old Seattle native.

-source: rmm

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Series NASCAR Truck
Drivers Tayler Malsam