Today, MAKE Motorsports announces they will be honoring the dedicated men and women that are electrical linemen and keep America's power on with the help of industry support. Veteran driver Travis Kvapil will debut the #50 Electric Line Chevrolet Silverado at the Fox Sports 1 televised Kroger 250.The race will take place at the Martinsville Speedway this Saturday, March 29th.
The #50 Electric Line Truck will sport the honor to the dedicated hardworking men and women electrical linemen on the hood. The #50 Electric Line Truck will also carry the banner of Utility fleet Sales, who is helping to make this dedication possible, on the rear quarter panels along with the bed top. The International Linemen Museum will return on the door. The partnership is to bring awareness to these often forgotten hardworking people through industry support as well as support to the Fallen Lineman Foundation.
Mark Beaver, Co-Owner of MAKE, says "Our Truck is dedicated to the hard working men and women who risk their lives every day to keep America Energized. We want America to know how important they are in our lives because without them, we would not have electricity in our homes or businesses and the things we take for granted wouldn't be available. The sponsors of each race will be any company who buy, sell, or rent products or services to the Electric Line Industry."
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