Federated Auto Parts Distributors Partners with Baker Curb Racing for 4th Consecutive Year in NASCAR Nationwide Series – UnderhoodService

Federated Auto Parts Distributors Partners with Baker Curb Racing for 4th Consecutive Year in NASCAR Nationwide Series

Federated Auto Parts Distributors has announced that they will once again team up with Baker Curb Racing as the primary sponsor of the No. 27 Federated Car Care Ford Fusion driven by Brad Coleman for the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway ....

Federated Auto Parts Distributors has announced that they will once again team up with Baker Curb Racing as the primary sponsor of the No. 27 Federated Car Care Ford Fusion driven by Brad Coleman for the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway.

“Baker Curb Racing is excited to expand our relationship with Federated Auto Parts into the 2008 season,” said BCR Director of Corporate Partnerships, David Morse. “The 2008 Federated Auto Parts 300 marks our 4th year with Federated Auto Parts as a primary sponsor one of the team’s Nationwide Series entries for the Nashville race.

“Federated is a long-time supporter of racing at all levels,” Morse continued. “Each year this event is one of the largest hospitality events put together by Federated Auto Parts for their members and vendors. This year they expect to have more than 1,200 guests in their pre-race hospitality tent. We are truly honored to be a part of such a large scale event.

Federated Auto Parts has a history not only with Baker Curb Racing, but with driver Brad Coleman as well. The Federated colors received national attention as the primary sponsor of Baker Curb Racing’s Coleman in his first ARCA RE/MAX Series victory which came on July 7, 2006 at Kentucky Speedway.

“I am happy to hear that Federated Auto Parts is our primary sponsor for this race,” said Coleman. “They sponsored a number of my ARCA races, including two top three finishes here at Nashville and my win at Kentucky. I would love to drive them into Victory Lane again.”

“Federated Auto Parts is proud to continue our relationship with a quality organization like Baker Curb Racing,” said JR Bishop, motorsports and event marketing director – Federated Auto Parts Distributors. “Baker Curb Racing has proven itself to be a top shelf team both on and off the track and we are looking forward to working with them toward a successful 2008.”

For more information, visit www.federatedautoparts.com.

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