Just this week (Sept. 21) NASCAR issued a detailed “white paper” announcing that E15 has accumulated more than a million miles of driving in 2011.
NASCAR Car Washes have already entered into the community spirit of giving back.
NASCAR has officially gone to the dogs thanks to HuckleBerry Pets, the newest “Official Small Business of NASCAR, Courtesy of Office Depot.”
NASCAR Unleashed will allow racers to explode onto the pavements, beaches and off-road areas of some of the most beloved NASCAR-sanctioned racetracks.
As a long-term NASCAR partner, the Dollar General Corporation is going to make the Chase more exciting with the launch of their “Race In To Win” sweepstakes.
For Nationwide Insurance, the Dash 4 Cash is reminiscent of both the “Winston Million” and “No Bull 5” as well as the Sprint Summer Showdown.
Any fan of NASCAR knows the importance of businesses supporting the sport and no company is more important to its long-term health than title sponsor Sprint.
Looks like it’s that time of year once again. The time where fans get the chance to put their “bracketology” knowledge to work as they pit competitor against competitor and team versus team. Once again, each Monday morning, thousands will be gathered around the water cooler to see whose bracket survived the madness that transpired …
The first annual Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award will recognize the outstanding charitable and volunteer efforts of NASCAR fans.
There are very few truly excellent sports sponsorship advertising campaigns, but the Toyota “Sponsafier” program absolutely has to be included.