As the NASCAR Xfinity Series heads into the month of October, known universally as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bayley Currey and JD Motorsports will be carrying the pink-est paint scheme in the garage, with the help of a brand-new marketing partner.
The Pink Stuff, a cleaning company that is dedicated to designing products that allow consumers to clean homes with ease, will adorn Bayley Currey’s No. 4 Chevrolet Camaro in Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Charlotte’s ROVAL.
“Being able to bring The Pink Stuff to NASCAR and having them as a sponsor is exciting, but to have them make their sponsorship debut at the ROVAL at Charlotte Motor Speedway is super cool,” said Currey. “It was important that we had a pink car for the Drive for the Cure 250 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and as you can see, this car screams Pink. I’m thankful to have them on board and look forward to representing The Pink Stuff.”
The 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series campaign has gone rather swimmingly for Currey, having picked up four finishes inside the top-15 – including two in the last three races – as well as his second career top-10 at New Hampshire.
In addition to Currey’s positive on-track results, the Driftwood, Texas-native has also landed a number of high-profile sponsorships including Hy-Vee, Alka-Seltzer, and Habana Brisa.
“As Chief Operating Officer of The Pink Stuff USA, we could not be more excited to be partnering up with both NASCAR and the Drive for The Cure 250 to benefit breast cancer research,” said Sal Pesce, President, and COO of The Pink Stuff.
Saturday’s Drive for The Cure 250 will continue the search for Currey’s second top-10 result of the season, as well as the possibility of besting a career-best road course finish of 14th.