Racing fans dream of the chance to be part of the pit crew for their favorite driver; to feel the heat from the engines, smell the burning rubber and gas, and experience the noise and energy from the crowd. Reese Towpower, Brad Keselowski Racing and Cequent Consumer Products are making that dream come true for one lucky fan during the 2014 NASCAR season.
“On behalf Brad Keselowski Racing, I am pleased to welcome the winner to this all-access, at-track experience, put on by our partners, Reese Towpower. I’m really looking forward to seeing our winner at the track,” said Keselowski in a press release.
Visitors to the Reese Towpower Facebook page may submit an entry to the Reese Towpower Honorary Pit Crew Member Sweepstakes for the opportunity to assist the Brad Keselowski Racing team during the 2014 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
The total prize package includes:
• Two truck race single event licenses.
• Pit and garage tour including a hauler tour.
• Meet & greet with Tyler Reddick (No. 19 Brad Keselowski Racing primary driver)
• Attend drivers meeting.
• Experience driver introductions.
• Experience the top of the No. 19 pit box during the race with race scanner access.
The sweepstakes kicked off Friday (Feb. 21) and runs through May 1. The contest is open to U.S. residents age 21 and older.
One winner from all entries submitted by May 1 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern) will be randomly selected to receive an opportunity to be an honorary pit crew member at the race of their choice during the 2014 racing season. The winner will be responsible for all of his or her travel expenses to attend the race of their choice with a guest during the 2014 racing season subject to availability.
For more information on Reese Towpower, visit: http://www.cequentconsumerproducts.com/Reese/Reese.htm.
Second-year NASCAR team sponsors, Cequent Consumer Products (CCP) and its leading brand Reese Towpower, will kick off the 2012 NASCAR season Feb. 24 at Daytona International Speedway as part of Brad Keselowski’s Twitter truck at the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
According to a press release, Keselowski held a Twitter promotion in which fans had to Tweet the answer to a question and follow sponsors @ReeseTowpower @CooperStandard and @Keselowski for a chance to be featured on the Keselowski’s No. 19 RAM truck. The promotion gained massive appeal through Twitter with NASCAR fans and the media.
After Daytona, Reese Towpower will then have a huge weekend at the Kansas Speedway April 21-22 with sponsored teams at both the SFP 250 and the STP 400 races. Reese Towpower and Highland, a supplier of cargo management and cargo securing products, will return for a second year to sponsor 2000 NASCAR Champion driver, Bobby Labonte of JTG Daugherty Racing in the Sprint Cup Series. Labonte will drive the No. 47 Toyota Camry Reese Towpower car on April 22 at the Kansas Speedway.
“We’re looking forward to having Cequent Consumer Products brands Reese Towpower and Highland return to the No. 47 Toyota Camry at Kansas Speedway in April,” Labonte said. “CCP is a great partner of JTG Daugherty Racing and they have selected a fan-friendly track with multiple grooves and good racing to spotlight their brands with our NASCAR fans.”