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hellowater Returns as Partner with JR Motorsports, Justin Allgaier at Phoenix

Justin Allgaier hellowater 2023 sponsorship Phoenix Homestead JR Motorsports NASCAR Xfinity Series
Justin Allgaier hellowater 2023 sponsorship Phoenix Homestead JR Motorsports NASCAR Xfinity Series
hellowater will return as the primary sponsor for Justin Algaier and the No. 7 JR Motorsports team at Phoenix and Homestead this season. Photo Credit: JR Motorsports.

A familiar partner — hellowater — will return to support the No. 7 JR Motorsports team and its driver Justin Allgaier in this weekend’s NASCAR Xfinity Series United Rentals 200 at Phoenix Raceway.

The company, which enters its third year of primary sponsorship with the team, will have its logo and colors plastered on the No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro at a racetrack, where Allgaier is always a threat. The enhanced water manufacturer says Allgaier’s commitment is something they love getting behind.

“hellowater® is proud to continue our partnership with Justin Allgaier, JR Motorsports and BRANDT for the 2023 season,” said Tom Bushkie, president and founder of hellowater®. “Justin’s energetic drive and commitment to excellence is an inspiration that aligns well with our core value – to hydrate the nourishment needs of people aspiring to live active lifestyles, while positively impacting their health.”

In addition to the race at Phoenix, hellowater will also serve as the primary sponsor for Allgaier at Homestead-Miami Speedway as well on October 21st. The brand will also serve in an associate sponsorship role on the decklid of No. 7 Chevrolet in races that are sponsored by BRANDT.

The 36-year-old Allgaier is ready to get back on track with hellowater beginning this weekend at Phoenix.

“I’m really happy to have hellowater® back on board our No. 7 Chevrolet for two races again this season,” said Allgaier in a team release. “It’s been great to work with them these past couple of years and I’m really happy to see this relationship continue. Hopefully we can give them a good ride on the track and come away with a couple of victories for them at Phoenix and Homestead.”

Allgaier, an Illinois native, currently sits second in the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship standings. The racer has not finished outside the top-three through the opening three events of the 2023 season, and he finished runner-up this past weekend in Las Vegas to Austin Hill.

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