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    December 9th, 2014

    Jboss is one of the first NASCAR participants in Music City Children’s Charity event. 

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 9, 2014)—Professional stock car driver, Justin Boston (“JBoss”) is revving up to celebrate the spirit of the holidays in Music City style. JBoss will appear as one of the first NASCAR participants to join the 2014 Christmas 4 Kids Bus Tour (a division of Christmas For Kids, Inc.) scheduled to be held Monday, December 15, 2014 at the Hendersonville, TN Wal Mart (located at 204 North Anderson Lane] from 5:00PM-9:00PM. Enthusiastic fans will board the bus where JBoss will “meet and greet” each and everyone sharing a warm handshake, welcoming hug and sign autographs.

    “I’m honored to have been selected to participate in such a generous and worthwhile event,” stated Jboss. “It’s refreshing to see so many talented people willing to offer their time and talents and I’m trying to do my part this holiday season to spread some cheer with the children and their families.” 

    Christmas 4 Kids was established to spread the Christmas joy to hundreds of Middle Tennessee children that might not otherwise experience it. Local businesses, volunteers, celebrities and their bus drivers set aside two days from their busy schedules for these special children. The bus tour supports the big shopping spree the following day, when over 400 children are picked up by the buses and are met by their chaperone to spent $150.00 on items of their choice. In addition, each child is gifted a brand new coat from Christmas 4 Kids.

    JBoss joins an elite group of celebrities on the bus tour [including platinum-recording artist Hunter Hayes, chart-topping country artist Brian White, Pop/AC newcomer Stephen Hunley and MLB Oakland A’s pitcher Blake Hassebrock to name a few] inviting fans alike, children and adults, to make personal introductions with his/her idols and tour traveling “home-away-from-home” buses. Past Christmas 4 Kids participants have included Taylor Swift, Trace Adkins, Montgomery Gentry, Darryl Worley, Gretchen Wilson and many more. For a small donation, fans can explore nearly 30 recording artists’ tour buses. [Suggested donations: Single Adult – $5.00 / Single Child (ages 2 to 12) – $2.00 / Children ages 2 and under – Free / Family package – $20.00]

    JBoss’ “tis the season” sentiment follows suit to a decorated 2014 racing season. The 25-year-old rising star finished his sophomore year in ARCA 5th place (with two first-place wins to his credit), seven top 5’s and thirteen Top 10’s. He also made his NCWTS and NNS debuts recording a stellar 9th place finish at Kentucky Speedway. JBoss recently announced his 2015 racing plans and will be competing full time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports.

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    November 14th, 2014

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Nov. 14, 2014) – Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that Justin Boston will run a full-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule competing for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award in 2015.

    Boston completed his second full-time season in the ARCA Racing Series in 2014, finishing fifth in the championship standings and collecting wins at Toledo (Ohio) Speedway in May and Madison (Wis.) International Speedway in August. In addition to his two wins, he collected three poles, 241 laps led, seven top-five and 13 top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 10.6 across 20 starts this year. Overall in two seasons of ARCA action, the Maryland native has posted two wins, five poles, 15 top-five and 29 top-10 finishes across 41 starts and finished inside the top-five in the championship standings both years.

    The 25-year-old also made two NASCAR Nationwide Series starts for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2014, finishing ninth in his series debut at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta and following it up with a 12th-place finish at Dover (Del.) International Speedway. He made one Truck Series start this season, but was relegated to a 30th-place finish at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway getting caught up in a late-race accident.

    “Being able to drive full time in the Camping World Truck Series next season is definitely a big step in my career and I can’t thank everyone at KBM enough for this opportunity,” Boston said. “KBM builds really fast Toyota Tundras and I know that I’m going to be in a position to win races next year — as a driver that’s all you can ask for. I was only able to make one Truck Series start this year, — so there are going to be some learning curves — but I’m confident that my experience running full-time in the ARCA Series the last two seasons has helped me prepare for the challenge.”

    The team also announced on Friday Matt Tifft will run a six-race schedule and share the driving duties behind the wheel of his Tundra with KBM owner-driver Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) driver Daniel Suarez competing for the Truck Series Owner’s Championship next season.

    “Adding these two talented young drivers to the driver lineup at KBM next season gives us the opportunity to compete for the Rookie of the Year honors with Justin, a Driver’s Championship with Erik (Jones) and the Owner’s Championship sharing a truck between Matt, myself and Daniel,” Busch said. “Justin was able to pick up a couple ARCA wins this season and had solid runs in his starts for JGR in the Nationwide Series. Matt knocked on the door of victory a couple times in the ARCA Series while running a part-time schedule and had a nice run in his Truck Series debut at Martinsville last month. We’re looking forward to seeing both of them behind the wheel of our Tundras next year.”

    Announcements on Boston’s truck number, sponsors and crew chiefs are forthcoming.

    About Kyle Busch Motorsports

    Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) has quickly established itself as one of the most successful teams in all of NASCAR. Owned by NASCAR superstar Kyle Busch and fueled by his passion for winning, the team has collected two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owner’s Championships and recorded 36 Truck Series victories across its five-year existence. In 2014, Busch and 18-year-old prodigy Erik Jones have split the driving duties for the reigning Owner’s Champion No. 51 Tundra team, while 21-year-old rising star Darrell Wallace Jr. competes in his second full-time campaign behind the wheel of the No. 54 Tundra.

    KBM prepares a fleet of race-winning Toyotas out of its state-of-the art 77,000-square-foot facility in Mooresville, N.C. Fans can stay up-to-date with all the latest KBM news online at www.KyleBuschMotorsports.com, by liking the team on Facebook (KBMteam) and by following the team on Twitter (@KBMteam) and Google+ (+KBMteam).

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    October 9th, 2014

    Concord, NC (October 9, 2014) – The 2014 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season marks the seventh consecutive year Venturini Motorsports (VMS) has notched at least two season victories claiming five wins with their prominent driver development program.

    In all, four different team drivers represented VMS in victory lane.

    Highlighted by his first ARCA career victory, Justin Boston earned two wins (Toledo Speedway & Madison International Speedway) driving the team’s flagship No.25 ZLOOP Toyota. Austin Theriault won his first career ARCA start at Michigan International Speedway in the No.66 Cometic Gasket-Renton Coil Spring Toyota in his ARCA debut and Kevin Swindell (Springfield State Fairgrounds) and Brennan Poole (Kentucky Speedway) combined for one win each in the No.15 Zaxby’s Toyota.

    The 2014 season featured 11 VMS drivers (Justin Boston, Cody Coughlin, JJ Haley, Leilani Munter, Brennan Poole, Ben Rhodes, Daniel Suarez, Kevin Swindell, Austin Theriault, John Wes Townley, and Brian Wong)

    2013 ARCA Rookie of the Year, Justin Boston competed in all 20 events finishing fifth in the 2014 ARCA championship driver point standings with 2 wins, 3 Pole Awards, seven Top-5 and 13 Top-10 finishes, while John Wes Townley finished eighth in the standings after missing five events through the course of the season. Joe Gibbs Racing development driver, Cody Coughlin, drove the No. 55 JEGS Toyota 11 times earning three Top-5’s and eight Top-10’s during his rookie campaign.

    The combined efforts of this year’s drivers earned VMS the fourth (No.15), seventh (No.25) and eighth (No.55) spots in the series owner point standings.

    15-year old, JJ Haley became the youngest ARCA driver in series history to win the Menards Ansell Pole Award adding to the 5 combined team’s Pole Awards won during the 14’ season. Justin Boston led all VMS drivers with three Pole Awards and John Wes Townley added a single award.

    Brennan Poole’s late season victory at Kentucky was his sixth career ARCA victory driving for VMS. Poole is the all-time leader in development driver wins for VMS with three more victories than any other team driver. Former drivers, Steve Arpin has three wins and Joey Logano, Alex Bowman, Kevin Swindell and Kyle Benjamin have combined for two wins each.

    Since the inception of VMS’s driver development program in 2007 the team has earned 25 victories with 13 different drivers. Prior to the team moving to a driver development format, Bill Venturini earned 12 ARCA victories while his son, Billy Venturini, earned his sole career victory at Salem Speedway in 2006 driving for the family owned-team.

    The 2014 Championship Awards Banquet for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards will be held on Saturday, December 13 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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    October 4th, 2014

    The ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards winds down its 2014 season with the 20th and final race of the season, the ARCA 98.9 at Kansas Speedway. With two victories in the books already and a fifth-place finish in the season standings all but assured, Justin Boston enters the weekend with one goal in mind: winning the race.

    “We’ve had such a good car on the mile and a half tracks this year, I really want to close the year out with a win,” Boston said. “We built this car new at the beginning of the year, and then had to rebuild it basically from the ground up after it got crashed at Pocono. But we almost won with it at Chicagoland so we know it’s capable.”

    It’s also the same No. 25 ZLOOP/JACO Environmental Camry that Boston drove to his fourth Menards Pole Award of the season last time out at the Kentucky Speedway. Boston lead early but lost track position on pit road kept him from a top-five finish, something he looks to rectify at Kansas.

    “The two tracks are so different,” he said , comparing Kentucky and Kansas. “Kansas is so smooth, and so fast and it’s really a ton of fun to drive. We’re going to work on getting our car set up so we can hold it as close to wide open as possible. If we can do that, we should be up at the front of the field all night long.”

    If not for a rough spate of luck at the beginning of the season, Boston would likely be in the mix for the championship entering the final race of the year. As it is, he’s virtually locked into the fifth position, but has nothing but respect for champ-to-be Mason Mitchell.

    “It’s really incredible what they’ve done this year,” he said. “To come out of the box with a first-year team and outrun teams that have been doing this for thirty years is really impressive. I’ve had a great time racing with Mason this year. We’ve raced each other really hard – and I think we’ve made each other mad a time or two – and we pushed each other to be the best. It’s a shame we gave up 400 points in the first five races of the year with things outside of our control because I would have liked to have given him a run for his money. But congrats to Mason and his team, they’ve had a great year; I’m really happy for them.”

    Despite not being in the championship hunt, Boston has a positive vibe about his season as a whole.

    “It’s a double-edged sword because we’re here to win a championship and through some really bad luck early in the season we weren’t able to do that,” he said. “But once we got our season on track we’ve been fast week in and week out and we won some races. So in that respect we’ve been happy with how we performed this year. We have one more chance to win a race, and we don’t have anything to lose in the points so we’re going for it. Winning three races is a whole lot better than winning two in our book.”

    The ARCA 98.9 at Kansas Speedway will be televised live on Friday night, October 3 at 8:30 P.M. Eastern on Fox Sports 2. ARCARacing.com will have live timing and scoring throughout the day’s practice and qualifying as well as the race.

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    October 1st, 2014

    Justin Boston returned to NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) this weekend making his second start in the series at Dover International Speedway. Boston qualified his No.20 ZLOOP Toyota 11th for Saturday’s 200-lap event at Dover and never ran outside of the top-15, eventually crossing the line in the 12th position after battling a loose racecar for much of the event.

    The green flag dropped on a picture-perfect afternoon at Dover, and by lap seven the NNS rookie radioed in to Crew Chief Kevin Kidd that his Toyota Camry was “way too free” to make any headway on the veteran filled field. A three-car incident on lap nine brought out the days first caution, crew chief Kevin Kidd elected not to bring his driver down pit road this early in the race saying they will make the adjustments under the next caution.
    Boston continued to battle his Ill-handling car but managed to maintain track position until the second caution of the day came out on lap 39. Kidd called his driver down pit road to make the necessary adjustments on his No.20 ZLOOP Toyota Camry, electing to put on four tires, two cans of fuel and make a track bar adjustment to help tighten his driver up, Boston restarted 11th.

    The rookie remained silent throughout the next run, concentrating on hitting his marks and getting a feel for the technical one-mile circuit. The third caution of the day came at lap 96 allowing Boston to better explain to Kidd what he needed out of the car. “It’s getting tighter through the center off and it’s loose off, I can’t put the power down without it trying to step out,” stated Boston. Kidd called his driver down pit road for four tires, fuel along with another track bar adjustment and wedge adjustment. The team went to work on the adjustments gaining their driver one position on the restart to put Boston in the 12th position.

    Boston continued to battle his loose racecar, eventually slipping back to 13th by lap 125, radioing in to crew chief that his car “falls off quick” but that it was good on the short runs. On lap 141 Boston was passed by race leader and teammate Kyle Busch, putting the driver down a lap. Luckily for the team, the caution flew shortly after being put a lap down allowing the No.20 team to take advantage of the Lucky Dog rule and get their lap back. Kidd called his driver down pit road and the team went to work putting on four tires, two cans of fuel and another track bar adjustment, sending their driver out to restart 13th.

    In the closing laps Boston was able to hold on to his racecar eventually gaining one more position to take the checkers in 12th. Teammate Kyle Busch won the event bringing home the 10th win for Joe Gibbs Racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at the one-mile circuit. The NNS returns to action next weekend at Kansas Speedway.

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    October 1st, 2014

    RECYCLE IT: ZLOOP makes their second start of the season with Joe Gibbs Racing as a primary sponsor aboard the No. 20 Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) this weekend at Dover International Speedway. Saturday’s race will mark Boston’s second series start after he earned an impressive ninth-place finish last weekend in his in his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut at Kentucky.

    BOSTON AT DOVER INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY: Justin Boston will make only his second career start at Dover International Speedway this weekend. The Baltimore native has one prior start with Venturini Motorsports at the 1-mile track in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East where he started 12th and finished second in 2013.

    JGR AT DOVER INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY: Joe Gibbs Racing has 66-career starts at the 1-mile track of Dover International Speedway in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. In those starts, the team has eight wins, 24 top-five finishes, 36 top-10 finishes, eight poles, an average start of 10.1 and an average finish of 12.4, has led 1965 laps and has completed 12,628 of 13,255 attempted laps (95.3 percent).

    RACE INFO: The NASCAR Nationwide Series heads to Dover this weekend for the 200-mile Dover 200 on Saturday, Sept. 27. The race will air live on ESPN and in Canada on TSN2 at 3:30p.m. ET, with the green flag at 3:45p.m. ESPN Deportes will air the race at 4:00am on Sept. 28. ESPN2 will air NASCAR Nationwide Series practice on Friday at 2:00pm.

    From the Cockpit:

    Justin Boston: “To be heading back to Dover to race in the Nationwide Series with Joe Gibbs Racing is a big deal for me. Dover is where I watched my first race and it’s close to my hometown. I’m really excited to work with Kevin (Kidd) and all of the guys on the No. 20 team again this weekend, we had a solid debut last week, and we hope to match or better our result this weekend. Even though we had a great outing last week, our main goal is to run all of the laps and gain some valuable seat time at such a technical one-mile track this weekend.”
    From the Pit Box:

    Kevin Kidd: “I’m excited to get back to Dover and work with Justin (Boston) for the second week in a row. He did a great job in his Nationwide Series opener, and we are looking to build on that going into this weekend. Dover offers many complex challenges for the race team and driver: the violent corner entry landings, the partial throttle mid corners, and the ever-changing track conditions make this a unique track. There is very little track space out there, and with the rubber getting laid down and taken up repeatedly, it offers up a changing condition that the drivers must stay on top of. Overall, we’ve had a good track record at Dover, and we are looking to further improve that record this weekend.”

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    DOB: September 12, 1989

    HOMETOWN: Baltimore, MD

    RESIDES: Charlotte, NC

    HT/WT: 5'10"/ 185LBS

    Justin Boston is one of the top prospects in professional stock car racing today. Possessing far more than just talent behind the wheel, the dynamic twenty-five year old native from Baltimore, Maryland became an overnight sensation during his breakout stock car season in ARCA earning the coveted Scott Challenge Rookie of the Year title in 2013. Justin has also notched two wins at Toledo and Madison Speedway in 2014.
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  • Humble Beginnings

    Justin’s motocross career started at the young age of five.. He and his family would travel across the country each weekend and it wasn’t long until he started to rack up an impressive list of achievements. Justin had amassed trophies on the shelf representing over 300 wins and podium finishes, highlighted by winning the Maryland State Championships at Budd’s Creek and participating at the Loretta Lynn’s. However it wasn’t long until Justin added two wheels to his racing endeavors.

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    A Late Start

    Today's professional drivers… usually get an early start behind the wheel, whether it's turning laps in a quarter-midget or skidding around left and right turns in a shifter kart, you can almost guarantee a lifetime of experience before a driver reaches the pinnacle of NASCAR’s top levels.

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    Breaking the Mold

    Justin is looking to break that mold.

  • Not an easy transition

    While still in high school… Justin started making the eight-hour trek to Charlotte where he raced in a variety of legend cars and late model touring series. After high school, he moved to the Charlotte area to pursue racing on a full-time basis, but just as soon as he committed to chasing that dream, sponsorship backing became scarce. While he didn't have the chance to drive in 2010 and 2011, he spent time out of the seat building relationships and watching from the sidelines, both of which allowed him to join the powerful Venturini Motorsports with sponsorship backing from ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling in 2012.

  • A Breakout Season

    With less than 20 career starts in a stock car, Justin found himself racing on the high-banks at the World Center of Speed: Daytona International Speedway. Teamed with the Venturini organization – led by two-time ARCA champion Bill Venturini and his son Billy – Justin had a solid rookie season in 2013, finding himself in contention to win races while still honing his skills behind the wheel. He ended his rookie season with 8 top-five and 16 top-ten finishes and the coveted Scott Brand Rookie of the Year award.

  • Turning Heads

    In his two seasons in the ARCA Series, Justin has driven his No. 25 ZLOOP/JACO Environmental Toyota Camry to victories at Toledo and Madison, 15 top-five finishes, 29 top-ten finishes, and five poles in 41 starts. Justin also has made his NASCAR CWTS and NNS debut in 2014, recording a top 10 finish (9th) with Joe Gibbs Racing in his first career start. This level of accomplishment has quickly made him one of the leading drivers in the NASCAR developmental ladder.

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    #jboss

    DOB: September 12, 1989

    HOMETOWN: Baltimore, MD

    RESIDES: Charlotte, NC

    HT/WT: 5'10"/ 185LBS

    Justin Boston is one of the top prospects in professional stock car racing today. Possessing far more than just talent behind the wheel, the dynamic twenty-five year old native from Baltimore, Maryland became an overnight sensation during his breakout stock car season in ARCA earning the coveted Scott Challenge Rookie of the Year title in 2013. Justin has also notched two wins at Toledo and Madison Speedway in 2014.
  • Justin’s motocross career started at the young age of five.. He and his family would travel across the country each weekend and it wasn’t long until he started to rack up an impressive list of achievements. Justin had amassed trophies on the shelf representing over 300 wins and podium finishes, highlighted by winning the Maryland State Championships at Budd’s Creek and participating at the Loretta Lynn’s. However it wasn’t long until Justin added two wheels to his racing endeavors.

  • Today's professional drivers… usually get an early start behind the wheel, whether it's turning laps in a quarter-midget or skidding around left and right turns in a shifter kart, you can almost guarantee a lifetime of experience before a driver reaches the pinnacle of NASCAR’s top levels.

  • Justin is looking to break that mold.

  • While still in high school… Justin started making the eight-hour trek to Charlotte where he raced in a variety of legend cars and late model touring series. After high school, he moved to the Charlotte area to pursue racing on a full-time basis, but just as soon as he committed to chasing that dream, sponsorship backing became scarce. While he didn't have the chance to drive in 2010 and 2011, he spent time out of the seat building relationships and watching from the sidelines, both of which allowed him to join the powerful Venturini Motorsports with sponsorship backing from ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling in 2012.

  • With less than 20 career starts in a stock car, Justin found himself racing on the high-banks at the World Center of Speed: Daytona International Speedway. Teamed with the Venturini organization – led by two-time ARCA champion Bill Venturini and his son Billy – Justin had a solid rookie season in 2013, finding himself in contention to win races while still honing his skills behind the wheel. He ended his rookie season with 8 top-five and 16 top-ten finishes and the coveted Scott Brand Rookie of the Year award.

  • In his two seasons in the ARCA Series, Justin has driven his No. 25 ZLOOP/JACO Environmental Toyota Camry to victories at Toledo and Madison, 15 top-five finishes, 29 top-ten finishes, and five poles in 41 starts. Justin also has made his NASCAR CWTS and NNS debut in 2014, recording a top 10 finish (9th) with Joe Gibbs Racing in his first career start. This level of accomplishment has quickly made him one of the leading drivers in the NASCAR developmental ladder.

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ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers mission is to alert consumers nationwide that eWaste is serious waste, and we make it easy to recycle. Recycle your computer, printer, electronic device, phone system, and your cell phone at one of ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers nationwide Authorized Drop Off locations today.

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Nikki’s Foundation-People Against Distracted Driving was incorporated in memory of Nikki Kellenyi, a beloved Washington Township high school senior who died at the age of 18. She was a VICTIM of a distracted driving auto crash as a backseat passenger in a car driven by her friend, one month before her high school senior prom. The mission or purpose of People Against Distracted Driving® (PADD) is, “The prevention of distracted driving through public awareness and education and to aid the families of victims effected by distracted driving.”

Since 1994, REI has been an industry leader, providing our customers with cutting edge technology to meet their waste and recycling challenges. REI offers safe, cost effective equipment, financing, installation and service.

PRC began nearly twenty years ago under the vision of Founder and CEO Arthur Krantz. Since the beginning, Krantz’s interest in the environment has been a major influence of his mission as an entrepreneur. Already a success in the close-out business, Krantz began work to develop a broader, more efficient means of recycling durable consumer goods.

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Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) essentially began with Kyle’s first purchase of a Legends Car in 2003 to provide an outlet for Kyle to hone his driving skills. Over the years, KBM filled a trophy case with Legends Car and Late Model hardware. Kyle Busch Motorsports is now the home of the No. 51 and No. 54 Tundra’s in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. And No. 51 Super Late Model. The victory hardware keeps coming and is welcomed in the new 77,000 sq. ft. KBM race shop. Kyle Busch Motorsports has captured the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owners Championship 2 of the last 4 seasons. (2010 and 2013)

JACO Environmental provides an effective way for consumers and utilities to responsibly recycle household appliances, resulting in improved energy conservation, lower utility bills, and a safer environment.

Since its inception in 1979, TRD has developed cutting-edge race engine technology for a wide range of motorsports activities and has played a significant role in Toyota Racing history. The unique in-house operation includes complete engine design, development and assembly, as well as production and development of engine component manufacturing. Additionally, with its entry into the sport of NASCAR, TRD has grown its vehicle engineering capabilities in its new North Carolina-based facility.

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JBOSS Media Inquiries + Appearance Requests:

Ryan Landis

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267.446.5751
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419.262.0558
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