Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 9/18/14
GAFFNEY, S.C. – Swift Response LLC, makers of Flex Seal and Flex Seal Brite, are pleased to announce the running of the No. 4 Red “Brite” and Blue Flex Seal Chevy driven by Landon Cassill, at the History 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 25th. The special paint scheme was created in conjunction with the “NASCAR: An American Salute” program that begins this weekend in Charlotte and ends with the summer Daytona race. The opportunity for Flex Seal to highlight their Brite product while showing their support for the military was something special for both the team and sponsor. “Swift Response is pleased to have this opportunity to show our support of the U.S. troops with the Red, ‘Brite’, and Blue paint scheme. Flex Seal is proud to be made in the USA!” stated Becky Nelson, Director of Marketing. In addition to the special scheme, the company will be distributing product around the track this weekend, to both military members and the general public. Landon Cassill Quotes: “I am looking forward to running this special Red, ‘Brite’, and Blue Flex Seal car at Charlotte. Having our homecoming race on Memorial Day weekend is special to me and the team. I am happy to help Flex Seal support the troops by running this patriotic car.”

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