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Reaume Brothers Racing Welcomes New Sponsor for Charlotte

Reaume Brothers Racing driver Josh Reaume will carry new sponsorship colors in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend.

Reaume’s No. 33 Chevrolet will carry sponsorship from Hertz Kompressoren USA, a brand of air compressor products, in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 (May 17).

“Our support of Reaume Brothers Racing is another example of our commitment to help improve the quality of performance in racing communities we serve,” Hertz Kompressoren stated in a press release. “Hertz Kompressoren is always striving to create and manufacture products of the highest quality, yet at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction. We offer creative solutions to our clients for their main challenges.”

Since debuting as a team in 2018, Reaume Brothers Racing has logged 32 starts with 11 drivers including Reaume, Jesse Iwuji, Robby Lyons and Chad Finley. This season, Reaume scored the teams best ever finish by coming home sixth in the season-opening event at Daytona.

For 2019, RBR expanded to two full-time teams. Reaume, Iwuji, Daniel Sasnett, Ryan Sieg and Josh Bilicki have all tallied starts for the team this season. Jason White attempted to join that contingent but failed to qualify at Daytona.

Colonial Countertops and P&B Compressors will serve as associate sponsors alongside Hertz Kompressoren.

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Never at a loss for words, Zach Gillispie is a young, talented marketing professional from North Carolina who talks and writes on the side about his first love: racing! Since joining Frontstretch in 2018, Zach has served in numerous roles where he currently pens the NASCAR 101 column, a weekly piece delving into the basic nuts and bolts of the sport. Additionally, his unabashedly bold takes meshed with that trademarked dry wit of his have made Zach a fan favorite on the weekly Friday Faceoff panel. In his free time, he can be found in the great outdoors, actively involved in his church, cheering on his beloved Atlanta Braves or ruthlessly pestering his colleagues with completely useless statistics about Delma Cowart.

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