Moose Fraternity, which was the primary sponsor for Ross Chastain during his iconic ‘Hail Melon’ move at Martinsville Speedway a season ago, has officially announced an extension of its primary sponsorship of Chastain and the No. 1 Trackhouse Racing team.
According to a press release from the team, Moose Fraternity will return as the primary sponsor of Chastain’s Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for four events in the 2024 and 2025 NASCAR Cup Series seasons.
“We really appreciate the relationships we have built with Ross and the Trackhouse Racing family these past few years and are thrilled to continue this journey together through 2025. Having Ross as a member and ambassador for the Moose Fraternity is phenomenal. Just like on the track, when he puts on the Moose hat, you can expect the unexpected to happen,” said Moose International CEO Scott Hart.
For Chastain, who is an actual member of the Moose Fraternity, the partnership has been and continues to be a lot of fun.
“It has been so fun to have a continued relationship with the Moose Fraternity,” said Chastain who is a member of Tice and Shores, Florida, Lodge 1297 within the Moose Fraternity.
“Several of the members have become like family which is unique when it comes to a partnership. Not only do I have the opportunity to meet members but it’s fun to talk to people about becoming a member of the fraternity. It’s a passionate group that cares about their community and making it a better place.”
While Chastain sits 10th in the NASCAR Cup Series championship standings and is no longer a championship threat this season, he’ll look to rekindle a little bit of the magic that resulted in Moose Fraternity garnering 225 million video views and 1.2 billion impressions from his incredible move at Martinsville a season ago. However, he’ll have to do it this time without the ‘Hail Melon’ as the wall-riding move has been outlawed by NASCAR.