Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Gresham Inks "Made In USA" Partnership

Max Gresham has announced a new promotional association with the Made In USA Brand for the 2012 Camping World Truck Series season. Gresham, who will drive for Joe Dennette Motorsports in search of Rookie of the Year honors, will debut the new sponsorship in the season opener at Daytona International Speedway next month.

“We’ve got a great red, white and blue Made In USA Brand paint scheme for both our ARCA car and NASCAR truck,” said Gresham. “The Made In USA Brand Certification Mark is a perfect fit for me, my family and my JDM race team, because it stands for buying American products produced by American workers. That’s really important in today’s world, when creating and sustaining jobs is a priority for all Americans.

“We can all make a difference by checking for the Made In USA Brand Certification Mark on the products we purchase. That’s a message we are going to bring to the racetrack throughout the 2012 racing season and we think there are a lot of American companies out there that are going to want to partner with us and be a part of that.”

Gresham will open the 2012 season driving the No. 9 Made In USA Brand Chevrolet in the ARCA Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 at Daytona on Saturday, February 18. He will then turn his sights to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where he will pilot the No. 24 Made In USA Brand/Joe Denette Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado in the 250-mile event.

The Made In USA Brand Certification Mark is the only certification mark for identifying goods made or grown in the United States and registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In the past year, the number of Made In USA Brand accredited companies has grown to more than 600. U.S. businesses that meet accreditation standards are invited to use the Made In USA Brand Certification Mark on their products to label and identify their American-made goods.

Companies interested in securing the Made In USA Brand Certification Mark for their products are encouraged to log on to and race fans interested in pledging to purchase American-made goods can log on to

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