Mud Jug Joins Sauter & 13 NCWTS Team for Bristol Race
ThorSport Racing announces they will add Mud Jug as an Associate Sponsor on the No. 13 Chevy Silverado at Bristol Motor Speedway's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series O'Reilly 200 in Brisol, TN on Wednesday, August 24th. The No. 13 Safe Auto/Curb Records/Mud Jug Chevy will be driven by NCWTS points leader Johnny Sauter.
As hot weather continues to sweep across the nation, the race for points in the NCWTS is also heating up. This week's O'Reilly 200 at the Bristol Motor Speedway will be not only important for point standings, but also new associate sponsors. Mud Jug portable spittoons will be joining the No. 13 team as an associate sponsor for the race.
"We are big fans of NASCAR, and we are excited to partner with ThorSport Racing and driver Johnny Sauter at Bristol," said Mud Jug's owner, Darcy Compton. "We believe our product is tailor-made for the NASCAR fan-base, and what better way to get involved with the sport than with a team who is battling for the NCWTS Championship."
Made of high impact injection molded plastic, the Mud Jug boasts a weighted base and easily removable, snap-fit funnel lid. Its ergonomic design fits securely in hand and its innovative shape conceals odors and virtually eliminates spills. Say goodbye to nasty spit cups and spit bottles. Now spit and not worry about spilling or drinking from the wrong cup.
"We're happy to host such a distinctive product on the No. 13 truck in a place that's considered the one of the "short track hearts" of NASCAR racing - Bristol, Tennessee," said ThorSport Racing Vice President of Motorsports Matt LaNeve. "Mud Jug is a great solution for many NASCAR fans, and their brand image fits the image of our own distinctive team. We're hoping to help get them to Victory Lane in Bristol."
"Mud Jugs are available exclusively through the Mud Jug website and Facebook page. Enter coupon code NCWTS for 10% off any order. Although only available online at this time, plans are currently in the works to expand Mud Jugs into larger retail outlets," Compton added.