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Mike Harmon Racing, Kyle Weatherman Ink 10-Race Deal with FeraDyne Outdoors

FeraDyne Outdoors – an industry leader in bowhunting, target archery and trail camera technologies — has formed a partnership with Wolfpack Racing and Mike Harmon Racing, that will see the company be a primary sponsor of Kyle Weatherman’s No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro for 10 NASCAR Xfinity Series events in 2021.

Weatherman’s No. 47 will carry a number of FeraDyne’s industry-leading brands throughout the 2021 season, beginning with the season-opener at Daytona International Speedway.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to partner with Wolfpack Racing & Mike Harmon Racing for 2021,” said Chris James, Vice President of Sales for FeraDyne Outdoors. “We see this as a new medium, in which we can inform our end users about our industry leading products and help drive footsteps to our retailers. In addition, we are looking at ways in which we can work strategically with our retailers to further support them and build awareness of our brands at their retail locations.”

Last season, Kyle Weatherman earned Mike Harmon Racing their first top-10 in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition, piloting the No. 47 to an eighth-place run at Kentucky Speedway.

“Mike Harmon Racing is excited to bring a new partner to the sport. FeraDyne Outdoors is a dynamic company providing great outdoor products. We are excited to carry their brands on our car, and excited to have them as a part of NASCAR.”

 Founded in 2012, FeraDyne® Outdoors, is the manufacturer of the leading brands of Axe® Crossbows, Rage® broadheads, Muzzy® broadheads, Muzzy® Bowfishing, Carbon Express® arrows and accessoriesNockturnal® lighted nocks, TruFire® releases, Block® targets, GlenDel® targets, Shooter™ 3D targets, Black Hole™ targets, Hurricane™ bag targets, IQ® Bowsights, Sure-Loc® Archery Products, S4Gear™, Gorilla Gear, Eastman Outdoors®, Apple Archery®, Rocky Mountain Archery, Wac’Em® Archery and Covert Scouting Cameras.

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