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Speedy Cash Backing Zane Smith, McAnally-Hilgemann Racing at Texas

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Speedy Cash, a company that provides financial services primarily to under-served consumers, has partnered with Zane Smith and McAnally-Hilgemann Racing for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event at Texas Motor Speedway on April 12.

In addition to primary sponsorship of Smith’s Chevrolet Silverado, Speedy Cash will also remain the title sponsor of the NASCAR Truck Series event at Texas, which will continue to be known as the ‘SpeedyCash.com 250’.

For Smith, now a full-time competitor in the NASCAR Cup Series for Spire Motorsports, the sponsorship marks the continuation of a relationship that began when the Huntington Beach, California-native was competing for championships in the Truck Series, driving for Front Row Motorsports.

“The Texas race weekend is a big deal for Speedy Cash as they have been the title sponsor of the truck race for several years,” said Smith. “I’ve ran the Speedy Cash green colors on my truck the last two seasons at Texas and we didn’t get the result we wanted. So, we are going all in to try and get our No. 91 Chevy into Speedy Cash Victory Lane.”

The April 12 event at Texas will serve as the third appearance in a four-race schedule for Smith with McAnally-Hilgemann Racing in 2024, which will conclude at Kansas Speedway in May. In two races this season, Smith has finished of eighth and third at Las Vegas and Bristol, respectively.

“We are excited to continue our involvement at Texas Motor Speedway and with the exciting young drivers that compete in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series,” said Lacey Adams, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Community Choice Financial, the holding company for Speedy Cash. “We’re very fortunate to continue supporting a former truck series champion in Zane Smith, especially for the SpeedyCash.com 250.”

Speedy Cash has served as the entitlement sponsor of a NASCAR Truck Series event at Texas Motor Speedway dating back to 2019, when the 1.5-mile facility in Fort Worth, Texas hosted two events each season.

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