AdvoCare expands its support with Roush Fenway Racing
AdvoCare, which backs Trevor Bayne at the Cup level will now also sponsor Xfinity Series points leader Chris Buescher.
Company announces extension with Bayne for '16, additional sponsorship for Buescher.
AdvoCare is hoping its “We Build Champions” slogan proves prophetic.
On Thursday, the Plano, Texas-based wellness company, which sponsors the No. 6 Sprint Cup team and Trevor Bayne, is adding Chris Buescher to its roster for six of the remaining NASCAR Xfinity Series races starting this weekend at Darlington Speedway.
“AdvoCare is a proud partner of the Roush Fenway team as the primary sponsor of the No. 6 AdvoCare Ford Fusion and as we approach the end of the 2015 season we are excited to expand that partnership,” said Patrick Wright, the Vice President of Marketing at AdvoCare.
"Chris has done a great job in the XFINITY series this year,” added Wright. “We are excited to be part of six upcoming races with him and the No. 60 car as they pursue the championship and look forward to continuing our sponsorship of Trevor and the No. 6 car in 2016.”
Buescher is currently the NXS points leader with a 16-point advantage over defending champion Chase Elliott. The 22-year-old Prosper, Texas native has two wins, 10 top fives and 13 top 10 finishes this season.
“I’m excited to have AdvoCare on the car for a series of races to close out the season,” Buescher said.
“Everybody knows that AdvoCare prides themselves on building champions and that is our goal - to close out the final races and bring home the NASCAR XFINITY Series championship.”
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|Drivers||Trevor Bayne , Chris Buescher|
|Teams||Roush Fenway Racing|