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SR2 Motorsports Announces Kentucky Sponsors
Posted by: newsla on Jun 26, 2013 - 04:43 PM
SR2 Motorsports Announces Kentucky Sponsors

SR2 Motorsports is proud to welcome a special group of sponsors at Kentucky Speedway this weekend for the team's two NASCAR Nationwide Series entries. Ken Butler III (KB3) returns to the No. 24 Toyota with sponsorship from 5 Star Lodge and Stables along with Taylor/Brooks Salon. He will be joined by teammate Blake Koch who will feature sponsorship from M&W Transportation and SupportMilitary.org on his No. 00 Toyota.


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"All of us at SR2 are excited to have these great companies sponsor us for an exciting Friday night under the lights in Kentucky," stated SR2 Motorsports team owner Jason Sciavicco. "As a NASCAR team owner I value the support of companies such as these. Each week we continue to grow our program and provide a great valued product to our corporate partners. We look forward to an exciting and great race on Friday night and hope to bring home two solid finishes for these great sponsors."

KB3, a native of Georgia, will be making his third start of the 2013 season and is joined by two home state sponsors for the event at Kentucky Speedway. The 5 Star Lodge and Stables is a newly built, luxurious and spacious cabin with an 18 horse stable situated on 46 acres of lush North Georgia land adjacent to the Chattahoochee National Forest. This fabulous setting is ideal for corporate retreats and events as well as North Georgia weddings, and family reunions. For more information please visit www.northga5starlodge.com .

Joining 5 Star Lodge and Stables on the No. 24 Toyota is Taylor/Brooks Salon. Taylor/Brooks Salon offers the ultimate location for guest in Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Cumming, Roswell, Lawrenceville and Atlanta, Georgia areas. Taylor/Brooks Salon & Spa offers full salon and spa services to include haircuts, highlights, color, ombre, bayalage, children and men's services, custom airbrush tans, eyelash extensions, facials, body wraps, body polishes, cellulite solution therapy, microdermabrasion, and full body waxing. The salon offers the ultimate bridal experience with services accommodating the bride and her entire wedding party.

Blake Koch will be making his 13th start of the 2013 season and currently sits 22nd in the season drivers points standings. Joining Koch is sponsor M&W Transportation on the No. 00 Toyota.

Founded by Jim McFarlin in 1973 with only two trucks, today M&W Transportation remains a family-owned and operated company which has grown to operate over 90 power units and 400 trailers with over 400,000 square feet in warehouse space. M&W provides customized supply chain solutions that include, but are not limited to: public warehousing, asset based truckload transportation, food grade warehousing, distribution, and logistics management. To learn more about career opportunities, please visit http://www.mwlginc.com.

Koch and M&W Transportation will also be joined by SupportMilitary.org, America's validation authority for organizations supporting our military. Support Military Foundation is charged to provide America with a gateway to verified organizations. All of the organizations listed on the Support Military Foundation National Resource Directory participate in a detailed validation process which not only gages how donations are used, but also the extent to which their services and programs are impacting our service members, past and present to include their families.

The running of the Feed the Children 300 at Kentucky Speedway begins at 7:00 p.m. ET on Friday, June 28, 2013. The race can be viewed LIVE nationally on ESPN and heard on affiliated PRN radio stations and on Sirius NASCAR Radio 90.

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