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Infinity Communications Joins Layne Riggs for Nine Truck Series Events in 2024

Infinity Communications Group will serve as a nine-race partner of Layne Riggs and Front Row Motorsports in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Photo Credit: Front Row Motorsports

Infinity Communications Group will continue its long-standing relationship with Layne Riggs in 2024, joining forces with Front Row Motorsports to serve as a nine-race primary sponsor of the No. 38 Ford F-150 in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.

“Infinity Communications is one of my biggest supporters,” said Riggs, the newest driver for Front Row Motorsports.”Jeff [Coffey] and his team have built a company that provides the best services in getting communication restored during disasters. The people are amazing at what they do and how quickly they can help a community affected by a disaster and I’m proud that I can represent them.”

Riggs will make his first appearance in the No. 38 Infinity Communications Group Ford F-150 at Martinsville Speedway on April 5, before carrying the company’s primarily black and white branding in eight additional races throughout the season.

A native of Bahama, North Carolina, Riggs will also carry the company’s colors at Texas (April 12), Darlington (May 10), Charlotte (May 24), WWT Raceway (June 1), Pocono (July 12), Milwaukee (August 25), Kansas (September 27), and Martinsville (October 1).

“We are proud of Layne for his success on and off the track,” said Jeff Coffey, President and Owner, of Infinity Communications. “He’s a great representative of our company and we look forward to watching him race for the Championship and educating fans about Infinity Communications and our services.”

The 21-year-old son of Scott Riggs is the 2022 NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series national champion and is considered by many to be one of the best up-and-coming talents in NASCAR’s National Series, right now.

Across the NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, Riggs has recorded nine starts, scoring a career-high third-place result at Indianapolis Raceway Park while driving for Spire Motorsports.

During a three-race stint for Kaulig Racing in 2023, Riggs recorded a pair of finishes inside the top-12, including a career-high 10th at Las Vegas. At Martinsville, one of Riggs’s best tracks, he brought the No. 11 home in 11th, after leading nine laps.

In addition to the company’s sponsorship of Riggs during the 2024 season, Infinity Communications is set to debut its “Put your career in gear!” initiative, where NASCAR fans and first responders will be introduced to the company and its vast array of employment opportunities.

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