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Axxess Pharma to Sponsor Cole Whitt, BK Racing

Axxess Pharma to Sponsor Cole Whitt, BK Racing

BK Racing announced on Wednesday that Axxess Pharma, through wholly-owned subsidiary AllStar Health Brands, has signed on to be the primary sponsor on the No. 26 Toyota driven by Cole Whitt (pictured above at Kansas) in this weekend’s Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The sponsorship will spotlight the company’s TapouT Muscle Recovery product. In addition, the company will return as the primary sponsor at Phoenix in November.

Cole Whitt is happy to have Axxess Pharma onboard this weekend.

“We are honored to have Axxess Pharma as our sponsor for the remainder of 2014, Whitt said in a press release. “Their TapouT Muscle Recovery product is a perfect fit for our BK Racing crew. We look forward to promoting the product at all of our NASCAR races and branding the product through Facebook, Twitter, & our Official Cole Whitt URL.”

AllStar Health Brands President Dr. Daniel Bagi is happy to be able to expand their reach through NASCAR.

“We are excited to expand the reach of our all natural TapouT sports brand, to NASCAR’s highly engaged and brand-loyal consumers,” Bagi said. “NASCAR, specifically Cole Whitt and BK Racing are a natural fit for the promotion of our company and our high demand TapouT product line.”

As a result of the deal, TapouT Muscle Recovery will serve as an associate sponsor for the rest of the season in the 16 remaining races in which they are not the primary sponsor. They join Speed Stick GEAR, SMS Audio, and Vita ICE in that category.

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Phil Allaway
Newsletter Editor for Frontstretch since mid-2008, Phil is responsible for the site’s Monday-Friday FREE e-newsletter that keeps fans up-to-date with the latest racing news, along with exclusive features and commentary. Our head news writer, Phil also doubles as our broadcast critic, keeping broadcasts honest for years with his Couch Potato Tuesday column. A writer for the Troy (NY) Record, Phil is also one of the lead reporters at Lebanon Valley Speedway in Pennsylvania every weekend during short track season.

One comment

  1. Interesting how the majority of the stories about Nascar these days are about sponsorship, mostly one or two race deals it seems. Very little about the racing itself. Perhaps that is the role of Twitter these days.