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JR Motorsports is a NASCAR team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, co-owned by NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr., his sister Kelley Earnhardt Miller, cousin and former crew chief Tony Eury, Jr., and the owner of his Cup ride Rick Hendrick. It currently fields the No. 5 Tax Slayer/Unilever Chevrolet Impala part time for Dale Earnhardt Jr., the No. 7 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet Impala for former IZOD IndyCar Series driver Danica Patrick and the No. 88 Unilever/Tax Slayer Chevrolet Impala driven by Cole Whitt in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. read more
JR Motorsports is a NASCAR team based in Mooresville, North Carolina, co-owned by NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr., his sister Kelley Earnhardt Miller, cousin and former crew chief Tony Eury, Jr., and the owner of his Cup ride Rick Hendrick. It currently fields the No. 5 Tax Slayer/Unilever Chevrolet Impala part time for Dale Earnhardt Jr., the No. 7 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet Impala for former IZOD IndyCar Series driver Danica Patrick and the No. 88 Unilever/Tax Slayer Chevrolet Impala driven by Cole Whitt in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. read more
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Oskar Blues Brewery partners with JR Motorsports 04/2015

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (April 16, 2015) –JR Motorsports and Dale’s Pale Ale have agreed to a multifaceted partnership, general manager Kelley Earnhardt Miller announced today.  The first craft beer to be featured in a can, Dale’s Pale Ale will sponsor Regan Smith and the No. 7 Chevrolet in the NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Oct. 9).  Additionally, Dale’s Pale Ale is named the presenting sponsor of Smith’s JR Motorsports Upfront podcast on Dirty Mo Radio.

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Hunt Brothers Pizza signs deal with JR Motorsports Headlining the partner lineup is Morton Buildings, which will sponsor Harvick at two venues – Indianapolis Motor Speedway (July 26) and Kansas Speedway (Oct. 4). Based in Morton, Ill., Morton Buildings specializes in constructing high-quality, long-lasting structures ranging from farm shops, equestrian facilities, hobby buildings, garages, churches, municipal buildings, airplane hangars, custom homes, commercial structures and general storage buildings.“We are thrilled to be expanding our relationship with NASCAR, Kevin Harvick and JR Motorsports,” said Brian Haraf, marketing manager for Morton Buildings Inc. “We are continually impressed with the fan base and the support from the teams and other sponsors.”Four additional partners have signed one-race sponsorships for Harvick – Great Clips at Phoenix International Raceway (March 1), TaxSlayer.com at Auto Club Speedway (March 22), Tide at Richmond International Raceway (April 25) and Bad Boy Buggies at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Aug. 30). They join primaries Hunt Brothers Pizza (four races) and Armour (three races) to make up Harvick’s current 13-race schedule in the NASCAR Nationwide Series this year. JR Motorsports is working to fill out inventory for the remainder of the season with additional drivers.“Kevin has generated a lot of interest in our racing program from new companies and our returning partners,” said Kelley Earnhardt Miller, general manager of JR Motorsports. “His excitement about the upcoming season is infectious and has really lit a fire under everyone at JR Motorsports to match that intensity with all three of our teams.”Specializing in all-terrain vehicles for both work and recreational use, Bad Boy Buggies has been a Harvick sponsor in each of NASCAR’s top three national touring divisions since 2011. Harvick’s lone Nationwide Series victory in 2013 came with Bad Boy Buggies on his car, as he led 289 of 390 laps in a winning effort at Atlanta.Tide, an industry leader in detergent products, began sponsoring Camping World Truck Series races for Harvick in 2010. The Bakersfield, Calif., native has taken them to victory lane twice, both at Martinsville (March 27, 2010, and March 31, 2012).Two of JR Motorsports’ returning partners, Great Clips and TaxSlayer.com, are sponsoring Harvick for the first time but have larger sponsorship relationships with the company. Great Clips will carry associate placement on Chase Elliott’s No. 9 NAPA Chevrolet through all of 2014, and TaxSlayer.com is a cornerstone partner and primary sponsor of Regan Smith’s No. 7 Chevrolet.PaddockTalk Perspective 11/2014

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TaxSlayer sponsors JR Motorsports Headlining the partner lineup is Morton Buildings, which will sponsor Harvick at two venues – Indianapolis Motor Speedway (July 26) and Kansas Speedway (Oct. 4). Based in Morton, Ill., Morton Buildings specializes in constructing high-quality, long-lasting structures ranging from farm shops, equestrian facilities, hobby buildings, garages, churches, municipal buildings, airplane hangars, custom homes, commercial structures and general storage buildings.“We are thrilled to be expanding our relationship with NASCAR, Kevin Harvick and JR Motorsports,” said Brian Haraf, marketing manager for Morton Buildings Inc. “We are continually impressed with the fan base and the support from the teams and other sponsors.”Four additional partners have signed one-race sponsorships for Harvick – Great Clips at Phoenix International Raceway (March 1), TaxSlayer.com at Auto Club Speedway (March 22), Tide at Richmond International Raceway (April 25) and Bad Boy Buggies at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Aug. 30). They join primaries Hunt Brothers Pizza (four races) and Armour (three races) to make up Harvick’s current 13-race schedule in the NASCAR Nationwide Series this year. JR Motorsports is working to fill out inventory for the remainder of the season with additional drivers.“Kevin has generated a lot of interest in our racing program from new companies and our returning partners,” said Kelley Earnhardt Miller, general manager of JR Motorsports. “His excitement about the upcoming season is infectious and has really lit a fire under everyone at JR Motorsports to match that intensity with all three of our teams.”Specializing in all-terrain vehicles for both work and recreational use, Bad Boy Buggies has been a Harvick sponsor in each of NASCAR’s top three national touring divisions since 2011. Harvick’s lone Nationwide Series victory in 2013 came with Bad Boy Buggies on his car, as he led 289 of 390 laps in a winning effort at Atlanta.Tide, an industry leader in detergent products, began sponsoring Camping World Truck Series races for Harvick in 2010. The Bakersfield, Calif., native has taken them to victory lane twice, both at Martinsville (March 27, 2010, and March 31, 2012).Two of JR Motorsports’ returning partners, Great Clips and TaxSlayer.com, are sponsoring Harvick for the first time but have larger sponsorship relationships with the company. Great Clips will carry associate placement on Chase Elliott’s No. 9 NAPA Chevrolet through all of 2014, and TaxSlayer.com is a cornerstone partner and primary sponsor of Regan Smith’s No. 7 Chevrolet.PaddockTalk Perspective 11/2014

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