BK Racing Announce Two New Sponsors for Upcoming Races

August 7, 2014

NASCAR team BK Racing have announced two new sponsors for upcoming races.

New York based Bully Hill Vineyards will sponsor driver Cole Whitt heading into this weekend’s race at Watkins Glen International. 

“We’re extremely excited to partner with BK Racing and driver Cole Whitt for the Cheez-It 355 at the Glen,” said Sean King, Bully Hill Marketing Director. “Being right in our backyard and the birthplace of our rich racing history we are thrilled to continue this experience with Cole and the BK Racing Team at the Glen this Sunday!” 

“We are privileged to have Bully Hill Vineyards, a Finger Lakes Region company and New York State’s second largest winery, supporting BK Racing and Cole Whitt this weekend at Watkins Glen International,” said Anthony Marlowe, co-owner of BK Racing. “The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team sponsorship platform has proven to be successful for the Taylor Family, and we are optimistic that we are poised to deliver a nice return on their advertising.” 

BK Racing has also announced Texas based Dustless Blasting will sponsor Alex Bowman and his No.23 BK Racing Toyota Camry during this weekend’s Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen International and Talladega Superspeedway in October.

“We’re very excited to support Alex Bowman and BK Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.” said Benny LeCompte, owner of MMLJ Inc. “Much like Bowman, Dustless Blasting has made a monumental rise over the last few years, and has an extremely bright future ahead of it. We are excited to give our customers, many of whom are NASCAR fans, something to cheer for at the Watkins Glen International this weekend.” 

“We are always excited to welcome new companies into the sport,” said team owner Ron Devine. “The product offerings from Dustless Blasting can be used by the everyday do-it-yourselfer and the professional. Coming off a solid weekend companywide in Pocono we hope for another great weekend at Watkins Glen. 

“It’s always exciting to have a new sponsor come on-board,” said Bowman. “I am a car guy myself so I look forward to not only representing them on the track but also using their products with my own personal cars.”