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Jeremy Clements will be racing the No. 51 Hellyeah Chevrolet for Jeremy Clements Racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race on April 26 at Richmond International Speedway.   JCR has partnered with the rock band Hellyeah, through FanPyre, to promote the band and their album “Band of Brothers” and engage fans in the experience. Fans have the opportunity to put their name on the No. 51 Hellyeah Chevrolet for the Richmond race.  By participating in the promotion, fans will be eligible to win exclusive rewards, including a  digital copy of the band’s latest single, a digital poster of the race-ready Hellyeah car, a digital ‘Band of Brothers’ poster, a discount to a Hellyeah show in their area or VIP cash and prize giveaways. “I am really excited about this partnership and the great way to bring the fans on board”, said Jeremy Clements.  A fan of Hellyeah himself, Jeremy is looking forward to having the band members at the race with him in Richmond. Drummer Vinnie Paul says in a video promoting the partnership, “Like a lot of you we’re down with NASCAR. Help us with our FanPyre campaign and you could become a fan sponsor of the Hellyeah Nascar Nationwide Series Ride piloted by NASCAR driver Jeremy Clements.” (http://www.hellyeah.fanpyre.com/hellyeah.html) FanPyre, a company who is pioneering the convergence of music and motorsports, has established a website dedicated to this partnership at http://www.hellyeah.fanpyre.com/index.html. JCR PR
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