Federated to Expand Partnership with Brewco Motorsports

Federated to Expand Partnership with Brewco Motorsports

Federated Auto Parts recently announced that it is expanding its partnership with Brewco Motorsports, Inc. during the 2006 season. Federated will be a full-time associate sponsor on both the #27 and #66 Brewco Motorsports NASCAR Busch Series entries in 2006.

Federated Auto Parts recently announced that it is expanding its partnership with Brewco Motorsports, Inc. during the 2006 season. Federated will be a full-time associate sponsor on both the #27 and #66 Brewco Motorsports NASCAR Busch Series entries in 2006. Federated will also serve as the primary sponsor for David Green and the #27 team during the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway on June 10.

“Federated Auto Parts is proud and excited to return as a sponsor with Brewco Motorsports in 2006,” said Federated President Gene Jeffries. “Brewco Motorsports has proven itself as a championship organization both on and off the track and we are looking forward to another successful season. We are pleased that Federated’s long-time spokesman and Nextel Cup veteran Ken Schrader is scheduled to drive in selected NASCAR Busch Series events for Brewco.”

“Brewco Motorsports is thrilled to welcome Federated Auto Parts back as a sponsor for the upcoming season,” added owner Clarence Brewer Jr. “We are excited to represent the employees and customers of Federated Auto Parts and to host them at the track during hospitality events. Brewco and Federated teamed up for a very successful 2005 season and we are looking forward to an even more successful year in 2006.”

For more information, visit www.federatedautoparts.com.

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