Beginning with this weekend’s NASCAR Xfinity Series UNOH 180 at the Daytona International Speedway, Kaulig Racing and Ross Chastain will have a new three-race primary sponsorship deal in place with Moose Fraternity. The team unveiled the news in a Tuesday press release.
For Kaulig Racing’s team president Chris Rice, it just made sense aligning with a partner who has the same values as their organization.
“We are excited to have the Moose Fraternity on board our No. 10 Chevrolet,” said Rice in a team release. “Finding a partner whose values align with ours is very rare. We attribute our appetite for success with being a team with many motivated individuals who function as one, much like the Moose Fraternity. We know that community is important, especially during this hard time, so we are looking forward to coming together and building on this partnership with the Moose Fraternity.”
The release states that in addition to this weekend’s UNOH 180, Moose Fraternity will also adorn Chastain’s No. 10 car at both races in the double header weekend at Dover International Speedway.
The Loyal Order of Moose is an international fraternal and service organization, which was founded in 1888 in Mooseheart, IL. The organization, according to the release, contributes between $75 and $100-million annually to charitable organizations globally.
According to CEO Scott Hart, many of their members are huge racing fans, so this opportunity was perfect.
“Within the Moose Fraternity we have a solid base of members who are devoted fans of NASCAR racing,” according to Hart. “Our partnership with Kaulig Racing and Ross Chastain will bring not only racing excitement to our one million members, but provides a unique focus on our missions of helping children, seniors and communities.” Added Hart, “Kaulig Racing and the Moose Fraternity present a perfect match. There is a strong sense of family within both organizations and a belief that each member holds equal importance on the team.”
Chastain is on an 11-race top-10 finish streak in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Overall, the driver of the No. 10 Chevrolet Camaro has finished inside the top-10 in all but two of the 18 races in the 2020 season. A win is just around the corner, and it could come after taking left and right corners this weekend at Daytona.
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