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Club Car to sponsor NASCAR driver

Club Car will join JR Motorsports as a primary partner for Sam Mayer and the No. 1 team for the March 2 NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

“I am ecstatic to have Club Car ride along with us at Las Vegas this spring,” said Sam Mayer, in a news release from Club Car. “I am eager to open this company up to the motorsports industry and we hope to race the No. 1 Club Car Chevrolet to Victory Lane!”

Headquartered in Augusta, Club Car initially focused on golf cars before expanding to commercial utility vehicles and personal-use transportation. Club Car’s relationship with its customers and approved dealers is just as valued as their desire to manufacture quality products that produce superior performance, the release continued.

“We’re thrilled to be able to partner with Club Car for the Las Vegas event,” said JR Motorsports CEO Kelley Earnhardt Miller. “It’s such a strong market, and as a well-established brand, we’re looking forward to helping Club Car gain additional value and visibility.”

Mayer, a 20-year-old native of Franklin, Wis., enters 2024 on the strength of a career-best season with four wins and a third-place finish in the NXS championship, the news release continued.

“This partnership is about the commitment to excellence, quality and safety that JR Motorsports brings to professional racing and that aligns with our core values and mission to drive exceptional experiences for our customers,” said Jeff Tyminski, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management for Club Car. “We are especially excited to partner with a trailblazing business leader like JR Motorsports CEO, Kelley Earnhardt Miller, at the start of Women’s History Month.”

Broadcast coverage for The LiUNA! at Las Vegas Motor Speedway begins at 5 p.m. Eastern on Saturday, March 2.

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