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Mudd Advertising and Richard Childress Racing have joined forces to sponsor car number 33 on Saturday in Fonanta, CA in the Royal Purple 300. This is the fifth stop on the Nationwide circuit and the second time Mudd Advertising will appear proudly on each side of Dakoda Armstrong’s racing stripes.
“We are always looking for new opportunities where we feel Mudd Advertising can make an impact with our services and expertise. We see a natural fit with motor sports and our ability to help sponsors achieve more “bang” for their sponsorship buck. We believe in putting our money where our mouth is…so we’re doing it ourselves and couldn’t be more excited to be apart of not only the RCR Team, but also be able to support Dakoda’s adventure as well,” stated Rob Mudd of Mudd Advertising, who also will be in attendance during race day.
Tune in on Saturday, March 23rd for a live telecast of the race on ESPN starting at 4:30 p.m. ET. Family members Rob Mudd and Michael Mudd will be in attendance on Saturday, cheering on and showing their support for Armstrong, number 33 and Richard Childress Racing.
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