Husky Liners Extends Richard Childress Racing Sponsorship
By Community | March 7, 2013
Husky Liners, a leading supplier of automotive accessories for light trucks, SUV’s, vans and cars, will continue its partnership with Richard Childress Racing in 2013 as a primary sponsor for two races.
The Husky Liners brand will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway on April 12 and Bristol Motor Speedway on August 23. The Winfield, Kansas-based company will also serve as an associate sponsor throughout the season on Scott’s No. 2 Nationwide Series Chevrolet.
“We’re glad to continue our association with Richard Childress Racing this year, said Bob Tyler, President of Husky Liners. “They’ve proven to be a valuable partner to Husky Liners as their fan base aligns with our customer base. We look forward to bringing our brand to a whole new audience in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and given RCR’s on track record; we’ll be contending for wins.”
Husky Liners was founded in 1988 and is celebrating their 25th Anniversary. Headquartered in Winfield, Kansas, Husky Liners is a division of Winfield Consumer Products, a leading manufacturer of automotive aftermarket products designed to protect the interior and exterior of your vehicle. At the core of its diverse product line is the Husky Liners brand of custom fit floor liners; including front seat, rear seat and cargo areas.
The company also manufactures heavy duty floor mats, custom molded mud guards and a wide assortment of quality products designed to help extend the life of your car, truck or SUV. All products are manufactured in the USA and most come with a lifetime guarantee. For more information, visit, www.huskyliners.com.
“It’s great to have Husky Liners come on board for the night races at Texas Motor Speedway and Bristol Motor Speedway,” Scott said. “Their products are proven to be durable and tough. It’s an honor to be able to represent a company like Husky Liners, and hope to take them to Victory Lane with our team.”