Make Motorsports and Bad Boy Mowers announce partnership return for Talladega

2003 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion Travis Kvapil will sport the colors of Batesville, AR., based Bad Boy Mowers, Inc. for the final NASCAR Camping World Series (NCWTS) restrictor plate race of the 2016 season at Talladega Superspeedway.

Bad Boy Inc. began operation in 2002, with the sole purpose of producing the Bad Boy zero-turn commercial lawn mower. The Bad Boy Mowers research team started working with one goal in mind: to develop the strongest, most durable zero-turn mower available and to deliver excellent quality of cut, reliability, productivity and comfort. Bad Boy Mowers are now manufactured, assembled, and stored in multiple facilities comprising over One Million square feet in Batesville, Arkansas. Bad Boy Mowers has a specially equipped fleet of tractor trailer rigs that ensure the mowers arrive directly to dealers all across the country completely assembled, factory inspected and ready to mow. 

“Bad Boy Mowers is excited about partnering with Travis Kvapil for the final NCWTS restrictor plate race of the 2016 season at Talladega Superspeedway,” stated Bill Hurst, Racing Director for Bad Boy Mowers. We're looking forward to reaching all the great fans that follow the race across the country and on social media. We feel this partnership will be a great way to generate some excitement for our company and reintroduce the Bad Boy Mowers brand to the racing industry.”

“I am excited to have Bad Boy Mowers return as the primary sponsor on our No. 50 Chevrolet Silverado,” said Kvapil. “Talladega is always a fun race because anything can happen. The draft is a game changer for teams as small teams have a good shot at running up front.”

The No. 50 of Travis Kvapil and MAKE Motorsports will sport Bad Boy Mowers as the primary sponsor for the Saturday event. Associate sponsors will continue to be, Laird Plastics, 64 Audio, Bad Ace Trading Company, ZAK Products, WIX Filters, Beaver Bail Bonds, and Markanda Social Strategies.

The fred’s 250 presented by Coca-Cola can be seen live on Saturday, October 22nd on FOX. Race coverage will begin at 1 p.m. EST, and the event can also be heard live on MRN Radio as well as SiriusXM Radio, channel 90.

MAKE Motorsports PR
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