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Burco, Inc. Sponsoring Spencer Boyd, Young’s Motorsports at Kansas in May

Burco Inc. will expand its relationship with Spencer Boyd and Young’s Motorsports, sponsoring the No. 12 Chevrolet Silverado in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event at Kansas (May). PC: Spencer Boyd Racing | PR

Burco, Inc. will expand its relationship with full-time NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver Spencer Boyd in 2023, stepping into a primary sponsorship role on his No. 12 Young’s Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado.

The company, whose fully functional manufacturing and warehousing facility supplies over 4,500 mirror glass and related products to various automotive and consumer markets, will serve as the primary sponsor of Boyd’s entry at Kansas Speedway in May.

“We had a lot of fun together last year,” said Spencer Boyd. “Burco is awesome on social media and I know they cheer for me as loudly as my Mom does. It is so great to see them have their own paint scheme this year and to see their business expanding. They truly do have a great alternative to replacing the entire mirror assembly.”

Brurco’s Redi Cuts and Redi-Set-Go automotive mirror replacement product lines were originally created to make it simpler for industry professionals to replace mirrors without having to cut custom shapes, hence the name “Redi Cuts.” Burco mirror replacements continue to be used and trusted by glass professionals throughout North America.

“Spencer [Boyd] is our guy. He is a great ambassador for our brand and a completely down-to-earth individual,” said Bill Castleberry, President of Burco, Inc. “NASCAR is a natural fit for us to get the word out about our product and has seen great results since partnering with Spencer last year. We are looking forward to getting to Kansas Speedway.”

Joseph Srigley
Joseph Srigley
University of Windsor | Business Administration - Supply Chain & Data Analytics Editor at

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