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Jeb Burton, Kaulig Racing Pick Up Rocky Boots as Sponsor For No. 10 Car at Mid-Ohio

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Jeb Burton’s No. 10 Kaulig Racing Chevrolet Camaro will have a brand new look when the NASCAR Xfinity Series invades the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on June 5th. Burton will be carrying the gray and red colors of Rocky Boots.

Kaulig Racing announced the partnership with a press release on Monday.

Burton reached victory lane a few weeks back at in a rain-shortened event at Talladega Superspeedway. Rocky Boots is ready to ride to victory lane with the 28-year old in their home state of Ohio.

“Rocky is proud to partner with Jeb Burton and the No. 10 Chevrolet, and we look forward to cheering him on June 5th in Rocky’s home state of Ohio,” said Mike Roundhouse VP & Brand GM, for Rocky in the release. “Rocky has a long history in motorsports, and we have a tremendous relationship with the Kaulig Racing family. We are excited to continue to grow this partnership and do our part to help get Jeb into victory lane.”

In NASCAR you always have to keep your head on a swivel, as you never know if the person standing across from you will be the person who helps you go full-time racing. According to the release, this sponsorship blossomed from a conversation that Burton sparked with the company while at an outdoor trade show convention.

“I’m super excited to have another one of my great partners come on board at Kaulig Racing,” said Burton. “They have a been a loyal partner and great friends of mine the last few years, so I’m optimistic we can put on a good show for them.”

Through 11 starts in 2021, Burton has amassed four top-five finishes and seven top-10s. The driver in his first-ever full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series season sits an impressive sixth in the championship standings at the one-third mark of the schedule.

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