Tipico Sportsbook, a leading sports betting operator, has joined Front Row Motorsports and Zane Smith for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course on Saturday, July 8.
Signaling the newfound relationship, Tipico is offering new users in Ohio, New Jersey, Colorado, and Iowa an exclusive welcome offer under the name of “Ride with Zane”, where users that make a deposit of at least $38 on a new Tipico Sportsbook account will have their names featured on the No. 38 Ford F-150 at Mid-Ohio.
NEWS: @tipico bets on @ZaneSmith and FRM. Launches Ride with Zane promotion as part of primary race at @Mid_Ohio in July.
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— Front Row Motorsports (@Team_FRM) April 18, 2023
“Tipico is thrilled to be partnering with the Front Row Motorsports racing team, a group that has set a remarkable pace in the NASCAR circuit with their impressive strides and monumental wins achieved in under two decades of racing,” said David Paschkes, Chief Commercial Officer at Tipico North America. “We recognize the significant role teams like FRM have played in propelling the growth of sports betting handle and increasing popularity in the sport of NASCAR.”
Any users who claim the offer ‘Ride with Zane’ and make the necessary deposit into a Tipico Sportsbook account will earn a reward of $150 in bet credits and space for the user’s name on the No. 38 Ford F-150 at Mid-Ohio – limited to the first 300 sign-ups.
Additionally, the five users who make the largest deposits on the Ride with Zane offer will be awarded VIP passes to a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event of their choosing..
“Through our partnership, we aim to increase our presence and support the NASCAR community, especially those in Ohio, New Jersey, Colorado, and Iowa, by bringing the excitement of sports betting directly to fans where the action is happening. As a leading sports betting platform, we are committed to providing an unparalleled experience for all fans and enthusiasts of NASCAR.”