Found June 27, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:

Here is the entry list for Friday’s Feed The Children 300 from Kentucky. Among the highlights of the list: Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. has Sam’s Club on his #6 Ford, Sam Hornish, Jr. has Wurth on his #12 Dodge, Denny Hamlin is in the #18 Dollar General Toyota, Kevin Harvick is in the #33 Hunt Brothers Pizza Chevrolet, Ryan Blaney is in the #36 Seal Wrap Chevrolet, and Kurt Busch is in the #54 Monster Energy Toyota.

# Driver Sponsor Make 2 Elliott Sadler OneMain Financial Chevrolet 3 Austin Dillon Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet 4 Danny Efland TBA Chevrolet 6 Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Sam’s Club/Cargill Ford 7 Danica Patrick GoDaddy.com Chevrolet 10 Jeff Green TBA Toyota 11 Brian Scott Dollar General Toyota 12 Sam Hornish, Jr. Wurth Dodge 14 Eric McClure Hefty/Reynolds Wrap Toyota 15 Blake Koch TBA Chevrolet 17 Tanner Berryhill New Gulf Resources Toyota 18 Denny Hamlin Dollar General Toyota 19 Tayler Malsam G-Oil Toyota 20 Joey Logano TBA Toyota 22 Brad Keselowski Discount Tire Dodge 23 Jamie Dick Viva Auto Group Chevrolet 24 Benny Gordon TBA Chevrolet 30 James Buescher TBA Chevrolet 31 Justin Allgaier Brandt Chevrolet 33 Kevin Harvick Hunt Brothers Pizza Chevrolet 36 Ryan Blaney Seal Wrap Chevrolet 38 Brad Sweet Great Clips Chevrolet 39 Josh Richards NSW Kids Ford 40 Erik Darnell TheMotorsportsGroup.com Chevrolet 41 Timmy Hill Poynt.com Ford 42 Josh Wise Curtis Key Plumbing Chevrolet 43 Michael Annett Pilot Travel Centers/Flying J Ford 44 Mike Bliss TBA Toyota 46 Chase Miller TheMotorsportsGroup.com Chevrolet 47 Matt Dibenedetto Curtis Key Plumbing Chevrolet 50 TJ Bell TBA Chevrolet 51 Jeremy Clements Clements Automotive Chevrolet 52 TBA Metro Ministries Chevrolet 54 Kurt Busch Monster Energy Toyota 70 Johanna Long Keen Parts Chevrolet 72 Josh Jackson Crash Claims R Us Toyota 74 Mike Harmon Koma Unwind Chevrolet 75 Scott Riggs TBA Chevrolet 81 Jason Bowles American Majority Toyota 87 Joe Nemechek AM/FM Energy Toyota 88 Cole Whitt Degree MEN Chevrolet 89 Morgan Shepherd TBA Chevrolet 98 Reed Sorenson Shelby Engine Co. Ford 99 Kenny Wallace American Ethanol Toyota 01 Mike Wallace TBA Chevrolet 08 Tim Andrews TBA Ford
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