Kligerman teams up with North American Power
North American Power has signed a one-race deal to be the primary sponsor of Parker Kligerman and his No. 77 Toyota Camry.
The energy supplier will sponsor Kligerman, who is in his first full-time campaign in the Nascar Nationwide Series, for the New England 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedyway in Loudon on the 13th July.
The 22-year old driver is the only New Englander who competes full-time in the Nationwide Series.
North American Power, founded in 2009, is also the official power supplier and race sponsor of New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
“I was really looking forward to going back to New Hampshire Motor Speedway and now that I have a New England based company onboard as my sponsor it makes it that much more exciting,” said Kligerman. “The neat thing is that my mum was one of North American Power’s first customers – so I know firsthand they money that they save their customers, how dedicated they are to providing homegrown renewable energy and the amazing things they do for charity.”
“We are excited to partner with Parker and his Kyle Busch Motorsports team in their quest for victory in the New England 200,” said Kerry Breitbart, chief executive of North American Power. “Not only is he a terrific driver, but he shares our commitment to involving charity and community in his success. We look forward to inviting our customers, charity partners and independent representatives to share in the thrill of New Hampshire racing.”blog comments powered by Disqus
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