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MaintenX Partnering with Landon Cassill, Ryan Vargas and JD Motorsports at Atlanta

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JD Motorsports with Gary Keller will welcome MaintenX – a facility maintenance company — to the four-car organization, as a primary sponsor of both Landon Cassill’s No. 4 and Ryan Vargas’ No. 6 Chevrolet Camaros in Saturday’s Echo Park Automotive250 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

MaintenX has been serving restaurants and retail stores for more than four decades specializing in electrical, plumbing, heating/air conditioning, roofing, preventative, and correctional maintenance services.

“Team MaintenX and our hardworking technicians that provide world-class service to our clients and skilled technicians like them, are core to the NASCAR fan base,” said  Bill Schaphorst, VP of New Business Development for MaintenX. “Being able to sponsor two JD Motorsports cars at this Saturday’s Atlanta Motor Speedway and demonstrate our commitment to our technicians and skilled workers throughout the country was an opportunity we could not refuse.”

Through five events this season, Cassill and the No. 4 team have yet to record a finish worse than 23rd-place, putting the Cedar Rapids, Iowa-native 14th in points. In three Xfinity Series starts at Atlanta, Cassill has finished no worse than 19th and will look to record a solid top-20 finish in Saturday’s 250-mile event.

Rookie of The Year Contender Ryan Vargas will make his first-ever start at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday but will have the opportunity to lean on his more experienced teammates to dial in his JD Motorsports Chevrolet. On Saturday, the La Mirada, California-native will look to improve upon a season-best 18th-place finish in the season-opener at Daytona.

The NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to Atlanta Motor Speedway for the Echo Park Automotive 250 on Saturday, March 20th.

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