Justin Original Workboots (JOW), a leading workboot manufacturer, joins Landon Cassill and the Circle Sport Racing teamas a primary sponsor for the NRA 500 this Saturday, April 13, under the lights at Texas Motor Speedway.
The No. 33 Chevrolet will display the nation’s colors with the Justin Workboots paint scheme, a fitting representation of the boot brand’s commitment to donating up to $15,000 to Camp Patriot, a non-profit organization that honors and supports disabled American veterans. Together, JOW and Landon Cassill are calling on the NASCAR community to show their support, too.
Race fans at the track and at home can follow @JustinWorkboots (www.Twitter.com/JustinWorkboots) and ReTweet this message: “Help #SupportOurVets! Every RT of this msg sends 50¢ to @Camp_Patriot (up to $5k). We'll donate more if @landoncassill races well! #NASCAR.”
During Saturday’s race, JOW will donate up to $10,000 to Camp Patriot based on Cassill’s performance. That’s a potential donation of $15,000 to support American heroes who’ve fought for our country and our freedom, in addition to the more than $50,000 JOW has donated to Camp Patriot since 2010.
“We are proud to support Landon Cassill and Circle Sport Racing this weekend,” said Brandon Barker, brand manager, Justin Original Workboots. “Knowing Landon will be racing for a cause and a charity that is near and dear to the heart of our brand is such an honor, made even more special as it will take place in our home state.”
Landon Cassill and Circle Sport Racing are thrilled to be sponsored by Justin Original Workboots, proudly handcrafted in America and known for their incredible quality.
“I’m more than excited,” Cassill said during practice on Thursday afternoon. “This is a solid step forward and I couldn’t be happier to have a company like Justin Original Workboots to step up and support the whole Circle Sport team.”
Landon expects the speeds to be blistering fast around the 1.5-mile speedway and is planning on having a solid race for Justin Original Workboots while continuing his march forward this season with Circle Sport Racing.
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