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Key HVAC Joins Logan Bearden, Joey Gase Motorsports for Nashville

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NASCAR Xfinity Series part-timer Logan Bearden will make his fourth start of the year in Saturday’s Tennessee Lottery 250 at Nashville Superspeedway, the driver announced Thursday.

Bearden, a native of Leander, Texas, will partner with Joey Gase Motorsports for the event, piloting the No. 35 Chevrolet Camaro. Sponsorship for the effort will come from Key Heating and Cooling.

“We are thrilled to partner with Logan Bearden and support his racing career,” said Trent Key, CEO of Key Heating and Cooling. “Logan’s dedication and passion for racing align perfectly with our values of excellence and innovation. We are excited to be a part of his journey.”

Key Heating and Cooling is a leading HVAC solutions provider, specializing in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems for residential and commercial properties. With a team of experienced professionals and a commitment to customer satisfaction, Key Heating and Cooling delivers reliable and energy-efficient HVAC solutions.

“I appreciate Joey Gase giving me the opportunity to get on the track this weekend,” said Bearden. Right now, it’s all about the seat time and gaining experience on different track styles. I also can’t thank Key Heating & Cooling enough for coming on board, Their support means a lot to me.”

Saturday’s Tennessee Lottery 250 will mark Bearden’s fourth start in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

The 28-year-old racer made his debut in the second-tier series earlier this year at Richmond, driving for SS-GreenLight Racing, where he finished 10th in the second stage before finishing 22nd.

Since his debut, Bearden has run two more races with the Bobby Dotter-owned operation, first at Martinsville Speedway where he finished in 30th, and most recently at Portland International Raceway, finishing 29th in the No. 07 Chevrolet.

Joey Gase Motorsports fields the No. 35 on a full-time basis in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and so far this season has recorded a pair of top-20 finishes at Talladega and Iowa, both of which were with Gase behind the wheel.

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