TobyChristie.com is happy to officially announce their partnership with Reaume Brothers Racing Development Driver Stephen Mallozzi, which will see the outlets green and black logo adorn the hood of Mallozzi’s No. 34 Chevrolet in multiple races, throughout his wildly busy schedule for the remainder of the 2021 campaign.
“I cannot express enough my appreciation for all of these guy,” said Mallozzi. “Their support is part of what keeps my dream alive. I can only hope the people that follow my dream will also take the time to look at the companies that back me on the racetrack. We’re growing something special here. Without those guys, it would literally be impossible.”
The partnership with Mallozzi marks the first-time that TobyChristie.com has served as the primary sponsor of any vehicle, and the first-time being involved in the sponsorship of a driver’s Late Model efforts. The website launched it’s first-ever sponsorship campaign, as an associate partner of Brad Perez Racing’s Spec Miata program, while also carrying out a number of sponsorships in the iRacing and eSports space, including primary sponsorship of Perez’s Monday Night Racing efforts.
“Stephen is a dedicated up-and-coming driver who is taking all of the right steps on his path up the ladder in stock cars,” said Toby Christie, founder of TobyChristie.com. “It just makes sense for us to partner with a driver of his skill level and personality. TobyChristie.com is honored to sponsor Stephen Mallozzi and we can’t wait to see our logo in victory lane!”
In addition to the TobyChristie.com sponsorship, Reaume Brothers Racing’s Development Program has signed sponsorship from Art Handlers Appliance Centers, Domino’s Commonwealth Pizza, and Spirit Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram to support Mallozzi’s Late Model program. Additional associate sponsorship will come from a number of Reaume Brothers Racing partners, including Colonial Countertops, Levrack, Motorsports Safety \group, and Resource Material Handling and Recycling.
“For us it’s a great look to have sponsors plastered all over the car,” said Reaume Brothers Racing team owner, Josh Reaume. “Obviously the guys at Levrack, MSG, Resource, and Colonial have been working with RBR for a while now, and not only are we strengthening our relationship, but we are bringing new partners on to back the program. It really is fantastic to see.”