Death Wish Coffee partners with Front Row Motorsports 6/11/20200 Comments Independent Coffee Manufacturer Partners with Front Row Motorsports for Seven RacesMOORESVILLE, N.C. (June 11, 2020) - John Hunter Nemechek's No. 38 Ford Mustang will have a new look when it rolls into Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend thanks to Death Wish Coffee Company, a privately-owned coffee manufacturer. The company will serve as the primary sponsor for Nemechek's Front Row Motorsports (FRM) entry in Sunday's event and at six other races this season, including events at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, Pocono (Pa.) Raceway, Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International, Michigan International Speedway and Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.Death Wish Coffee is created by using the strongest combination of beans and a perfect roasting process. Founded in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., the World's Strongest Coffee has been fueling consumers since 2012. The signature skull and crossbones emblem has ridden on the hood of several of Nemechek's racecars since 2014. "At Death Wish Coffee, we fuel passionate people wherever they go," said Mike Brown, CEO of Death Wish Coffee. "NASCAR has such a passionate fanbase and we've really enjoyed our involvement with the sport. We're excited to continue our partnership with John Hunter Nemechek in his rookie season in the NASCAR Cup Series." "Death Wish Coffee has been a great partner over the last few years," said Nemechek. "You're always glad to see a company like theirs come on board and stick with you as a driver, moving up through the ranks. Our Front Row Motorsports team has been really fast lately, and hopefully having 'The World's Strongest Coffee' will give us a boost into Victory Lane." The No. 38 Death Wish Coffee Ford Mustang will make its debut at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday, June 14. The NASCAR Cup Series race will air at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX and MRN. For more information about Death Wish Coffee, visit DeathWishCoffee.com. About Death Wish Coffee CompanyIn 2012, Death Wish Coffee Co. was started in a small coffee shop in Saratoga Springs, NY. Founder Mike Brown saw a need for coffee that was both strong and delicious to serve his groggy, morning customers. After creating the perfect blend of beans and combining it with his unique roasting technique, the World's Strongest Coffee was born. Today, thousands of people trust Death Wish Coffee to wake them up and keep them going every day. Follow Death Wish Coffee Co. on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. About Front Row MotorsportsFront Row Motorsports (FRM) is a winning organization in the NASCAR Cup Series. The team was founded in 2004 and is owned by successful entrepreneur, Bob Jenkins. FRM fields two full-time entries - the No. 34 of Michael McDowell and the No. 38 of John Hunter Nemechek - from its Mooresville, N.C., headquarters just outside of Charlotte. In 2020, the team announced an expansion to include the No. 38 Ford F-150 in the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series, driven by Todd Gilliland. Visit teamfrm.com and follow FRM on social media: Twitter at @Team_FRM, Instagram at @team_frm and Facebook at facebook.com/FrontRowMotorsports. -30-6/10/20200 Comments John Hunter NemechekNo. 38 Fire Alarm Services, Inc. Ford MustangStarted: 18thFinished: 25th· Stage One: 21st· Stage Two: 18th· Stage Three: 25th · John Hunter Nemechek took the green flag in Wednesday's race at Martinsville Speedway in the 18th position. He quickly radioed that his No. 38 FAS Ford Mustang was "super loose center" and that the car "wants to over-rotate." He pitted under caution for 4 tires, fuel and a wedge adjustment, which he said helped. By the time he took the green- and white-checkered flag to end Stage 1 in 21st position, Nemechek said the car "turned center pretty well." · For much of Stage 2, Nemechek noted that his No. 38 FAS machine was "free on entry" but "tight center off." The crew made additional packer and track bar adjustments under caution in an effort to improve Nemechek's handling as the race went on and track conditions changed under the lights. Nemechek fought hard to stay inside of the top 20 for most of Stage 2 and finished P18. · At the beginning of the final stage, Nemechek noted that his FAS Ford Mustang was still too loose and he "needed lateral drive." Under caution on Lap 325, Nemechek pitted for 4 tires, fuel and a track bar adjustment, which he said helped, but continued to battle a loose-handling racecar for much of the final stage. He would take the checkered flag 25th on the leaderboard. Nemechek on Martinsville: “It was a tough night for our No. 38 FAS Ford Mustang. We fired off pretty loose and Seth and the crew tried to make adjustments as the night went on, but we weren't able to get it to where we needed. My team worked hard and I'm proud of the effort everyone continues to put in each and every week. Big thanks to Fire Alarm Services for continuing to support us. We'll take our learnings and head to Homestead on Sunday."6/9/20200 Comments NEMECHEK TALKS MARTINSVILLE: "Martinsville is a really fun and unique track. It's somewhere that I've done really well. I made my debut there in the Truck Series when I was 16 and won there a few years ago. I like Martinsville a lot; we've gotten along well together in the past and I feel like our Front Row Motorsports team is strong on short tracks. We want to be able to capitalize on our opportunities throughout the day so that we can be contenders and have a strong finish at the end. We've got FAS back on board our No. 38 Ford Mustang this week. It's the first time they've been on track with us in person since Fontana, so I'm looking forward to putting on a good show for them.”6/7/20200 Comments John Hunter NemechekNo. 38 YANMAR America Ford MustangStarted: 18thFinished: 23rd· Stage One: 29th· Stage Two: 24th· Stage Three: 23rd · John Hunter Nemechek started Sunday's race at Atlanta Motor Speedway from the 18th position. Early on, he struggled with the handling in his No. 38 YANMAR America Ford Mustang, noting that he was very loose, to the point of driving "sideways through the corner." Nemechek lost control and spun coming off of Turn 4 on Lap 94. Thankfully, he avoided contact and sustained minimal damage. The crew made various wedge, packer and track bar adjustments throughout Stage 1, but Nemechek continued to struggle, taking the green- and white-checkered flag in 29th place. · During Stage 2, the No. 38 YANMAR America Ford Mustang continued to be loose, particularly when Nemechek ran the top line around the track. Seth Barbour and the crew attempted to improve the car's handling with adjustments to tire pressure, wedge and packer during pit stops in Stage 2. Nemechek radioed on Lap 186 that he was "tight on entry and loose off," and by the end of the run, he said he still needed to be tightened up. He finished Stage 2 in the 24th position and pitted for 4 tires, fuel, and wedge and packer adjustments. · Nemechek started the final stage at the rear of the field, receiving a penalty for removing equipment (fuel can) during his pit stop at the Stage Break Caution. He kept quiet over the radio for much of the stage, but still felt the handling of his No. 38 YANMAR America Ford Mustang was too loose. Nemechek crossed the finish line in 23rd place, two laps down. Nemechek on Atlanta: “We had a challenging day in our No. 38 YANMAR America Ford Mustang. Wish we could have had a better result for our partners at YANMAR at their home track. It was a difficult day from the start. We fired off really loose and the car just kind of stepped out on me early on. Managed to avoid contact and damage, and we kept trying to tighten up the handling, but we just couldn't find that sweet spot. I'm proud of my team for never giving up. We'll go get 'em in Martinsville."6/4/20200 Comments NEMECHEK ON ATLANTA: "Atlanta is a fun track. It’s going to be hot and slick, which is my favorite kind of race. Atlanta is known for its rough and weathered surface, which I think is what makes for such great racing. You can run the top, bottom and middle and you can continue to move around to find grip as the race goes on. We had YANMAR America on board with us before the COVID-19 pandemic started, and it’s great that we’ll be able to return to their home track this weekend. Our team has been making strides over the last few weeks and our performance continues to improve. I’m looking forward to continuing the momentum we’ve built up over the last couple of weeks with our No. 38 YANMAR Ford Mustang on Sunday."About YANMAR AmericaYANMAR America Corporation, located in Adairsville, GA, is the regional headquarters of YANMAR Co., Ltd. a global company based in Osaka, Japan. YANMAR Co., Ltd. was established in 1912, and in 1933 became the world's first manufacturer to develop a practical small diesel engine. Today, YANMAR is a recognized leader in the design and manufacturing of advanced performance diesel engines and diesel-powered equipment, as well as gas engine-based energy systems. By focusing on the development of highly efficient diesel engines, YANMAR remains committed to their mission statement of providing sustainable solutions for modern power needs.YANMAR America Corporation is located at 101 International Parkway, Adairsville, GA 30103. For more information Visit yanmar.com/us and follow them on social media: Twitter at @YanmarAmerica, Instagram at @YanmarAmerica and Facebook at Facebook.com/YanmarAmerica.5/31/20200 Comments John Hunter NemechekNo. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford MustangStarted: 18thFinished: 13th· Stage One: 19th· Stage Two: 11th· Stage Three: 13th · John Hunter Nemechek started Sunday's "Supermarket Heroes 500" at Bristol Motor Speedway in the 18th position. The balance of his No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang was decent, but Nemechek radioed multiple times that he needed to be freer, noting that track position was a challenge at Bristol. Crew Chief Seth Barbour and the team made adjustments to the track bar and tire pressure as Stage 1 progressed. Nemechek took the green- and white-checkered flag in 19th place.· Stage 2 was mired with caution after caution, including one on-track incident that briefly brought out the red flag for cleanup. Nemechek's No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford was on both sides of balance at various points, namely free at the end of a run, but "still a tick snug center." While running 13th towards the end of the stage, he told the team that he felt faster than the cars in front of him, but it was too difficult to pass. Nemechek would finish Stage 2 in the 11th position. · Nemechek drove inside the top 20 through the majority of the final stage, cracking the top 10 with a little over 120 laps remaining. An issue with the car overheating led Nemechek down pit road multiple times under caution late in the race, but he still managed to stay on the lead lap. The No. 38 team continued their battle at "The Last Great Colosseum," never giving up. Nemechek's Scag Power Equipment Mustang crossed the finish line in 13th place. Nemechek on Bristol: “It was a tough day, but we still fought to have a good finish under the circumstances. Seth and the crew put together a super fast Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang. We started off the day a little tight, needing more turn. In that last stage though, we had some issues with overheating and that cost us some precious track position. It's a challenge at Bristol to stay on the lead lap, let alone finish top-15 after the day we had. I'm so proud of my team for sticking with me and never giving up. We fought hard and still came out of it P13. Thanks to Scag Power Equipment for coming on board with us again. I'm looking forward to getting back after it at Atlanta next weekend.”5/29/20200 Comments NEMECHEK TALKS BRISTOL: "I feel like our No. 38 Scag Power Equipment team has a lot of momentum going for us right now. We've had some really encouraging, really strong runs at Darlington and Charlotte over the last couple of weeks. We've seen a lot of great speed and we're making improvements each week to make sure that our results reflect that speed. "Bristol is a tough track all around. It's fast and slick and it can be really unforgiving, so you've got to be on top of your game each and every lap. Being able to pass and make the different grooves work for you will set you up for a good finish. It will be interesting to go in again without practice and qualifying. "We've got Scag Power Equipment back on our car at Bristol. They've been such a great partner, coming on board and helping us get back to the track. I'm looking forward to getting another solid result for them on Sunday.”5/28/20200 Comments John Hunter NemechekNo. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford MustangStarted: 5thFinished: 13th· Stage One: 24th· Stage Two: 8th· Stage Three: 13th · A top-20 finish in Sunday's race and an invert to start Thursday's event saw John Hunter Nemechek take the green flag in 5th place for the "Alsco Uniforms 500." Not long after, he radioed an issue with a part coming loose on his No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang. He pitted during the Competition Caution on Lap 20 to take 4 tires, fuel and a wedge adjustment, in addition to having the crew fix the loose part. Lightning was reported in the area shortly afterwards and the race came to a red flag pause for just over an hour. Once the cars refired, Nemechek indicated his car's handling was still tight, finishing Stage 1 in the 24th position. · Stage 2 started off tight for Nemechek's Scag Power Equipment machine. The crew made some adjustments to the track bar and Nemechek fought his way up into the top 10 towards the end of the stage. He would pass fellow Sunoco Rookie-of-the-Year Contender Christopher Bell to finish P8 in Stage 2, earning stage points for the first time this season. · An issue on pit road took Nemechek out of the top 10 to start the final stage. He noted over the radio that the track had gotten freer as the night progressed and his No. 38 Ford needed to tighten up a tick. The Scag Power Equipment crew made some slight air pressure adjustments in later pit stops, and Nemechek continued to find speed on track. He would cross the finish line in 13th place and earn the Sunoco Rookie of the Race award. Nemechek on Charlotte:“Overall, it was a solid night for our No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang. I'm worn out... It was a hard-fought night. We had to overcome a couple of mistakes and we weren't great in traffic, but we never gave up. Seth [Barbour] and the crew did a really good job of tuning her up and making improvements so we could find some speed. We were able to bring home another top-15 finish for our Front Row Motorsports team. Thank you to our partners at Scag for your support and coming on board with us. I'm looking forward to heading to Bristol on Sunday.”5/25/20201 Comment Lawn Equipment Manufacturer Motors into Charlotte, BristolMOORESVILLE, N.C. (May 25, 2020) - Following a successful debut partnership on John Hunter Nemechek's No. 38 Ford Mustang, Scag Power Equipment will return as the primary sponsor on the Front Row Motorsports (FRM) entry for the upcoming races at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway on May 27 and Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on May 31.Based in Mayville, Wis., Scag Power Equipment has been producing premium, heavy-duty mowers for its commercial and residential customers since 1983. The lawn care mogul joined FRM for the-back-to-back NASCAR Cup Series races at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway that signaled the return of live sports just over a week ago. "Our first foray into the NASCAR Cup Series was a huge success with Front Row Motorsports and John Hunter Nemechek," said Chris Frame, President of Scag Power Equipment. "We couldn't wait to get back into the action and we're really excited to continue this partnership. This is a great opportunity for our our brand and all of Scag nation." "To have a partner join and then sign up for more races, especially in these uncertain times, speaks volumes about the opportunities in NASCAR as a platform and the value we can bring to our partners," said Nemechek. "We had some really great speed in our first race with Scag Power Equipment, and I can't wait to get back on the track to show them another great result." Scag Power Equipment's innovation and attention to quality is known and respected throughout the power equipment industry. Mowers and accessories are designed to be user friendly, with an emphasis on quality, performance, ease of maintenance, profitability and long life. The No. 38 Scag Power Equipment Ford Mustang will be ready to return to Charlotte Motor Speedway on Wednesday, May 27. The NASCAR Cup Series race will air nationally on FS1 at 8:00 p.m. ET. The following Sunday, May 31, the NASCAR Cup Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway will air on FS1 at 3:30 p.m. ET. For more information about Scag Power Equipment, visit Scag.com. About Scag Power EquipmentScag Power Equipment, a division of Metalcraft of Mayville Inc., is one of the largest independent manufacturers of commercial lawn mowing equipment in the United States. Metalcraft of Mayville Inc., an ISO 9001:2008 Registered company, manufactures products in its three facilities, totaling over 850,000 square feet, located in Mayville, West Bend, and Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. About Front Row MotorsportsFront Row Motorsports (FRM) is a winning organization in the NASCAR Cup Series. The team was founded in 2004 and is owned by successful entrepreneur, Bob Jenkins. FRM fields two full-time entries - the No. 34 of Michael McDowell and the No. 38 of John Hunter Nemechek - from its Mooresville, N.C., headquarters just outside of Charlotte. In 2020, the team announced an expansion to include the No. 38 Ford F-150 in the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series, driven by Todd Gilliland. Visit teamfrm.com and follow FRM on social media: Twitter at @Team_FRM, Instagram at @team_frm and Facebook at facebook.com/FrontRowMotorsports. -30-5/25/20200 Comments John Hunter NemechekNo. 38 YANMAR Ford MustangStarted: 25thFinished: 17th· Stage One: 24th· Stage Two: 20th· Stage Three: 17th· Stage Four: 17th Driving in memory of Staff Sergeant Nicholas Carnes, John Hunter Nemechek started Sunday's race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the 25th position. Nemechek reported difficulty finding a comfortable balance in his No. 38 YANMAR Ford Mustang early on and the crew made a wedge adjustment and added some grille tape during the competition caution on Lap 20. Mother Nature forced the race to come to a pause after almost 50 laps and engines refired a little over an hour later. Nemechek continued to struggle with the car's handling for the remainder of Stage 1 and would finish P24.Throughout the second stage, Nemechek continued to struggle with the handling of his No. 38 YANMAR machine. He reported his biggest issue being tight in traffic. Nemechek opted not to pit under the Stage 2 caution in order to regain a lap he had lost earlier in the stage. He took the green- and white-checkered flag in 20th position.Optimistic at the start of the third stage, Nemechek said the previous run had been his best of the night thus far. Running low on fuel, Nemechek would pit on Lap 235 under green, putting him two laps behind the leader. He was able to regain a lap once green flag pit stops cycled through and made his way back inside the top 20 towards the end of the stage. The car was still tight in traffic and Nemechek finished the stage in 17th.To start the final stage, Nemechek pitted for tires, fuel, a wedge adjustment and grille tape in hopes of loosening up his YANMAR Ford Mustang. The team called him back to pit road to correct an adjustment, and he would restart in 20th position. Despite the car continuing to be tight in traffic, Nemechek managed to stay inside the top 20 for much of the final stage. He would finish the race in 17th position. Nemechek on Charlotte: “It was kind of an up and down day, but overall, we had a good run in our No. 38 YANMAR Ford Mustang. We started off the night pretty free. Once we refired after the rain delay, we had a pretty tight racecar for most of the night. Seth [Barbour] and the crew kept trying different adjustments to get our handling better and we managed to run in the top 20 for most of the last stage. We never gave up and got some good notes to come back on Wednesday. Thanks to our partners at YANMAR for coming on board with us this weekend and thank you especially to all the men and women who serve our country. It's an amazing privilege to have the freedom to race because of their sacrifices.”
Tacony Corporation partners with Front Row Motorsports MOORESVILLE, N.C. (July 1, 2019) - Tornado and Powr-Flite, part of the Tacony Corporation family of brands and headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, will team up with Front Row Motorsports (FRM) and two of its drivers through 2020, officials announced today. Powr-Flite will serve as an associate sponsor on the No. 38 Ford Mustang driven by David Ragan at Texas Motor Speedway in March 2020. Tornado will be an associate sponsor on Michael McDowell's No. 34 Ford for the same race. Tacony will also become the Official Cleaning Partner of Front Row Motorsports.
Exploria Resorts partners with Front Row Motorsports MOORESVILLE, N.C. (May 28, 2019) - Front Row Motorsports (FRM) and Club Exploria, LLC.- developer of the vacation ownership Exploria Resorts brand, announced today an official partnership that will make Exploria Resorts the official hospitality partner of the racing team. As a part of this new partnership, Exploria Resorts will be the primary sponsor of David Ragan and the No. 38 ExploriaResorts.com Ford Mustang this weekend at the Pocono Raceway. Exploria Resorts will also be present all weekend at the track in the Fan Fair area giving fans a chance to win prizes and sign-up to win an Exploria Resorts vacation. Ragan will make several appearances at the Exploria Resorts booth to sign autographs and meet fans. In addition, Exploria Resorts will soon announce details for fans to win two VIP race experiences to the 2020 Daytona 500. The VIP race experience will include airfare, tickets and the opportunity to spend time with Ragan and the No. 38 team in the garage and pit leading up the race. Winners will stay at the beachfront Grand Seas Resort by Exploria Resorts in Daytona Beach, Florida. "NASCAR fans are very passionate about their sport and enjoy traveling and spending vacation time with their family" said Thomas J. Morris, President and CEO of Club Exploria, LLC. "These interests align perfectly with our mission which is to provide a lifetime of vacation experiences for our members. We are excited about the partnership with Front Row Motorsports and David Ragan at the Poconos 400 while providing fans the opportunity to learn more about Exploria and to give them a chance to win great vacation packages." Exploria Resorts currently boasts seven destination vacation resorts and the portfolio continues to grow, most recently adding Pocono Mountain Villas. Other locations include resorts in Florida, Missouri and Tennessee. Ragan, a father of two, is excited to have the opportunity to partner with a family-friendly vacation ownership group. "I think this is a great opportunity for fans to learn more about Exploria Resorts and become a member," said Ragan. "When travelling, we're looking to great, safe places for our family to stay and have fun. Exploria Resorts provides that at their beautiful Poconos, Daytona Beach, Gatlinburg and Orlando Properties. I'm excited about the great things they are doing, getting involved and allowing fans the opportunity to win a VIP experience to the 2020 Daytona 500." The No. 38 ExploriaResports.com Ford Mustang will make its race debut at the Pocono 400 at the Pocono Raceway. The Pocono 400 is scheduled for Sunday, July 28. The race will be televised live on Fox Sports 1 at 2:00 p.m. ET and broadcast on the Motor Racing Network and SIRIUS/XM NASCAR radio. About Club Exploria LLC and Exploria Resorts Club Exploria, LLC and the Exploria Resorts brand were built upon more than 20 years of proven success as a diversified hospitality, development, and management company. With approximately 1,200 ONE TEAM members, the Exploria Resorts brand is represented in four primary marketing and sales operations to support the collection of resorts and hotels located in family vacation destinations throughout Florida, Tennessee, Pennsylvania and Missouri. With more than 85,000 owners worldwide who call Exploria Resorts home, Exploria Resorts is proud to be a partner of Shriners Hospitals for Children, supporting the organization through awareness building campaigns and donations throughout the resort portfolio and at premiere events around the country. About Front Row Motorsports Front Row Motorsports (FRM) is a winning organization in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The team was founded in 2004 and is owned by successful entrepreneur, Bob Jenkins. FRM fields three full-time entries - the No. 34 of Michael McDowell, the No. 36 of Matt Tifft and the No. 38 of David Ragan - from its Mooresville, N.C., headquarters just outside of Charlotte. The team's partnership base includes CITGO Petroleum Corporation, Ford Performance, Love's Travel Stops, Select Blinds, Shriners Hospitals for Children, Tunity, Surface Sunscreen and Speedco. Visit teamfrm.com and follow FRM on social media: Twitter at @Team_FRM, Instagram at @team_frm and Facebook at Facebook.com/FrontRowMotorsports. -30-
SelectBlinds.com partners with Front Row Motorsports MOORESVILE, N.C. (February 5, 2019) – Front Row Motorsports (FRM) today announced a new season-long partnership with SelectBlinds.com, the leading online retailer of custom window coverings, that will begin on NASCAR’s biggest stage, the Daytona 500. SelectBlinds.com will be the primary sponsor of David Ragan and the No. 38 Ford Mustang beginning this weekend in Daytona Beach and will be Ragan’s primary sponsor during the “TicketGuardian 500” at ISM Raceway in Phoenix, the prestigious “Coca-Cola 600” at Charlotte Motor Speedway and the “South Point 400” at Las Vegas Motor Speedway later this year. The company will be an associate sponsor all season. The partnership with SelectBlinds.com began after Rick Steele, co-founder and CMO, recently purchased a No. 38 Shriners Hospitals for Children Ford from Ragan and the team at the Barrett-Jackson auto auction in Scottsdale, Ariz. to support the children’s hospital. Steele has since begun a relationship with Ragan, leading to the sponsorship that will introduce SeletBlinds.com to the millions of NASCAR fans. SelectBlinds.com is the online home for all your window covering needs. The company offers child-safe cordless blinds to prevent injury along with a wide variety of blinds and shades for your home or business. Their online home makes it easy, affordable and secure for fans to purchase new window coverings. They are excited to enter the sport and introduce their products. “You really can’t find more passionate and dedicated people than NASCAR race fans,” said Steele. “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with Front Row Motorsports and David Ragan to introduce our products to them. Meeting David, his values align with ours. He puts family first and thinks of others, too. This is going to be a great partnership and we can’t wait to start at Daytona.” Ragan is ready to return to Daytona where he has one win and three Top-Five finishes. He is thankful for SelectBlinds.com for coming on board and has enjoyed getting to know their team. “Rick and the team at SelectBlinds.com have been great to work with,” said Ragan. “They have really stepped up in a big way to support our race team and they’ll make a big impact at the Daytona 500. It makes me excited to get to Daytona, kick off our season, and have a great run with them. I’m looking forward to it.” The No. 38 SelectBlinds.com Ford Mustang will make its race debut at the Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway. The Daytona 500 is scheduled for Sunday, February 17. The race will be televised live on FOX at 2:30 p.m. ET and broadcasted on the Motor Racing Network and SIRIUS/XM NASCAR radio. About Select Blinds Phoenix-based SelectBlinds.com is a leading online provider of custom window coverings. Established in 2003, the company has more than 2 million customers. SelectBlinds.com is dedicated to offering blinds and shades with all the safety and efficiency features consumers need at competitive prices. With a focus on safety and style, the company became the first custom window covering provider in North America to offer all of their products with a cordless option on March 31, 2016. The company was recently recognized by Harvard University/Harvard Business School with the 2015 Humanitarian of the Year Award for working to transform the window covering industry to cordless. About Front Row Motorsports Front Row Motorsports (FRM) is a winning organization in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The team was founded in 2004 and is owned by successful entrepreneur, Bob Jenkins. FRM fields three full-time entries – the No. 34 of Michael McDowell, the No. 36 of Matt Tifft and the No. 38 of David Ragan – from its Mooresville, N.C., headquarters just outside of Charlotte. The team's partnership base includes Ford Performance, Love's Travel Stops and Shriners Hospitals for Children. Visit teamfrm.com and follow FRM on social media: Twitter at @Team_FRM, Instagram at @team_frm and Facebook at facebook.com/FrontRowMotorsports. -30- Front Row Motorsports Contact: Lynn Sudik Media and Public Relations Manager Mobile: 215-208-7032 E-Mail: email@example.com
EarthWater partners with Front Row Motorsports DALLAS (October 31, 2018) - EarthWater Racing returns to its home track of Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, partnering with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver David Ragan for Sunday’s AAA Texas 500. The No. 38 EarthWater Ford Fusion will mark the first partnership between the Addison, Texas-based company and Front Row Motorsports.
Luber-Finer signs deal with Front Row Motorsports STATESVILLE, N.C. (October 23, 2018) – Love’s Travel Stops (Love’s) will introduce another new partner to its race program with Front Row Motorsports. Luber-finer® will be the co-primary sponsor of Michael McDowell’s No. 34 Love’s Travel Stops Ford for two November races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.