Teaming Up With JR Motorsports Again in 2013

Posted by ACCCE at 2:49 pm, February 08, 2013

Today we are happy to again announce a renewed sponsorship with JR Motorsports, the management company and racing operation for Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

Under this year’s sponsorship, JR Motorsports cars will feature ACCCE logos, and members of the race team will be working with us to inform and educate Americans about the importance of coal and clean coal technology.

“Last year we met NASCAR fans by the thousands, and they learned about our issues and ultimately became some of the strongest advocates for clean coal technology,” said Evan Tracey, senior vice president for communications of ACCCE. “We are excited to again spread the word about clean coal with the sport’s most popular driver, and to match his fan base with ours, who universally stand in support of domestic energy sources, such as coal.”

ACCCE will have associate sponsorship placement on JR Motorsports’ No. 5, No. 7 and No. 88 Chevrolet cars for all 33 events on the 2013 Nationwide Series schedule. ACCCE will be the primary sponsor on Regan Smith’s No. 7 Chevrolet in the season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 23. Smith made his JR Motorsports debut in the 2012 season-finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway and won, giving JRM its first-ever victory at the south Florida track. JRM’s Daytona line-up on Feb. 23 includes Kasey Kahne in the No. 5 and Earnhardt Jr. in the No. 88, both of whom will carry ACCCE associate sponsorship on their cars.

Over the spring and summer, ACCCE’s team will be traveling to races and participating in events with drivers Earnhardt, Jr. and Smith.

 


2 Responses to “Teaming Up With JR Motorsports Again in 2013”

  1. [...] getting closer to race day.  And this year, ACCCE will have associate sponsorship placement on JR Motorsports’ No. 5, No. 7 and No. 88 Chevrolet cars for all 33 events on the 2013 [...]

  2. Very happy to see you advertiseing clean coal. If our government would have used all the money they gave to these alt. power and used it to promote clean coal. or helped hydro, gas or nuce would have made a big difference. More use of coal would lead to more jobs for americans.

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