Hutch Chevrolet will join in as the primary sponsor on the No. 1 Chevrolet Silverado. Ryan Ellis will be piloting the Hutch Chevroelt No. 1 during next week’s UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway (BMS) in Bristol, Tennessee. Ellis will be making his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start at BMS.
Earl Justice, General Manager of Hutch Chevrolet, said, “All of us at the dealership are thrilled to jump into NASCAR Camping World Truck series with sponsorship of MAKE Motorsports with driver Ryan Ellis. This is our first adventure in this type of venue. We have always loved NASCAR racing at Bristol, now finally we are a part of it. We are excited for our customers and staff for this opportunity.”
Hutch Chevrolet based in the heart of Eastern Kentucky, Hutch Chevrolet Buick GMC’s commitment to providing the best price and quality service has grown over the past 4 years to become one of the leaders in the Eastern Kentucky auto market.
Ryan Ellis, Driver of the Hutch Chevrolet No. 1, stated, "I'm very excited to partner with Hutch Chevrolet for one of the most exciting races and venues on our circuit. I've gotten the chance to meet several of the guys from the dealership and they're all very passionate racing fans and we are all very excited for the race. I’m very thankful to get another opportunity to run with MAKE Motorsports and I hope we can get another solid finish in our Hutch Chevrolet No. 1”
Additional associate sponsors will continue to be AKL Insurance, Beaver Bail Bonds, Wix Filters, and Markanda Social Strategies.
Ryan Ellis and the No. 1 Hutch Chevrolet Silverado will take the green at Bristol Motor Speedway on Wednesday, August 19th for the UHOH 200.
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Ryan Ellis “Aims To Conquer” Bristol With A New Sponsor
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