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Corey LaJoie Had a Fun Day Getting to Know New Sponsor

By Toby Christie     

It seems that Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Corey LaJoie is getting acquainted with his new sponsor and long-time Go Fas Racing partner, Keen Parts, very nicely. On LaJoie, 27, visited the Ohio headquarters of the Corvette Parts supplier on Thursday, and judging by what came out of the visit on Twitter it looks like LaJoie had a great day.

The day seemed to have gotten kicked off in a cheesy fashion. LaJoie and Go Fas Racing’s General Manager, Mason St.Hilaire had a amazing cheese-covered lunch with the owners of Keen Parts (Tom and TJ Keen) at a local Ohio restaurant, Skyline.

After lunch, LaJoie got the chance to take over Tom Keen’s office at Keen Parts.

Following his moment at the helm of the office, LaJoie’s tour of the company concluded with LaJoie manning the phones as customers — or race fans — called to talk about Corvette Parts, er, their love for the driver.

All-in-all it seemed like a fun day for the new driver of the No. 32 Ford Mustang.

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