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Rolling Plains Construction Returns as Primary Sponsor for Ellis, Alpha Prime at Phoenix

Ryan Ellis 2024 sponsors Alpha Prime Racing Rolling Plains Construction

Rolling Plains Construction will reprise its role as a primary sponsor of Ryan Ellis and the No. 43 Alpha Prime Racing team in 2024. Photo Credit: Alpha Prime Racing

Ryan Ellis, who is set for his first-ever full-time season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series ranks in 2024, filled another race in his primary sponsorship calendar on Monday. Rolling Plains Construction, which served as a primary sponsor for Ellis and the No. 43 Alpha Prime Racing team in the spring race at Phoenix Raceway, will return for the same race this year.

The company, which is the largest fireproofing contractor in the nation per a press release, was elated with the exposure that Ellis brought them with a 19th-place effort at Phoenix a season ago.

“The Rolling Plains Construction family had an amazing time sponsoring Ryan Ellis and the Alpha Prime Racing team at our home raceway in Phoenix last year,” Robert Shippy owner of Rolling Plains Construction said. “We are thrilled to announce that we are supporting them again this year! We eagerly look forward to cheering on the No.43 Chevrolet and seeing the new car wrap designed by RPC. We are confident that Ryan and the Alpha Prime Racing team will outdo themselves on the track, just like they did last year. Bring it on!”

Ellis, 34, is pumped to continue his partnership with the construction company and says that he had a chance last season to check out the ins and outs of Rolling Plains Construction’s business.

“I’m very excited to welcome Rolling Plains Construction back to our No.43 team. Last year, we had some downtime during the Phoenix race weekend, and I was able to head out to their Phoenix location to explore and learn a bit about what they do,” said Ellis. “Seeing just how much goes into their processes was really eye-opening, and I’m very proud to be associated with a group like theirs. I’m also really excited to know that we’ll have a big group from their team cheering us on again this year – they brought so many folks out last year, and it was very cool having all that support. I’m extremely thankful to Robert Shippy, his entire family, and everyone at Rolling Plains for their support.”

Ellis, who competed in 31 of 33 NASCAR Xfinity Series races a season ago, scored a career-best 11th-place finish at Talladega Superspeedway. Ellis finished the season 25th in the NASCAR Xfinity Series championship standings, another career best. Ellis will look to break through with his first career top-10 finish in 2024.

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