Wednesday, August 21, 2013

AdvoCare To Back Bayne In 2014

AdvoCare has announced it will serve as the full-time sponsor of the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing Ford Mustang driven by Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series. Led by crew chief Mike Kelley, the team is currently competing for its third consecutive NNS Championship.

 “AdvoCare has always valued its relationship with the motorsports community, and as we began thinking about our vision for 2014 we knew this would be a winning combination,” said AdvoCare President and CEO Richard Wright. “Trevor embodies the spirit of AdvoCare through his values and integrity. He’s a true champion. We feel the Nationwide Series is our home, and that’s why we’re excited to team up with Roush Fenway Racing, Nationwide driver Trevor Bayne and the No. 6 car. This partnership is powerful for both AdvoCare and RFR and will continue in our efforts of making AdvoCare a household name. We’re looking forward to 2014.” 
“We are really proud to be associated with AdvoCare,” said Bayne. “As someone who has been taking their products for quite some time, I understand the great results and benefits they deliver, and I’m excited to represent AdvoCare and all of its distributors in 2014.” 
AdvoCare has served as the sponsor on the No. 3 car of Austin Dillon the past two seasons. With Dillon making the move to full-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing in 2014, the organization began the process of diligently seeking out its best option moving forward. 
“AdvoCare values Austin and his team and are so grateful for the relationship we’ve built over the past few years,” said Wright. “We are proud of the success we’ve had together and are looking forward to Austin and the No. 3 team running for the 2013 NNS Championship.”

1 comment:

  1. Bob in VT11:19 PM

    So nice of Roush Racing to make that announcement for RCR...i'm sure they were relieved to not have to hold that press conference themselves. With people like that in the sponsor management department at Roush no wonder that sponsors they get from other teams then seem to leave the sport when the contract ends.