Protect The Harvest Partners with Thorsport Racing For The 37 Kind Days 250 at Kansas
Becoming a Primary Partner on Grant Enfinger's No. 98 Ford F-150 this weekend at Kansas Speedway, Protect The Harvest once again joins forces with ThorSport Racing in pursuit of victory lane for tonight's 37 Kind Days 250.
Created to defend and preserve the freedoms of American consumers, farmers, ranchers, outdoor enthusiasts and animal owners, Protect The Harvest is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization whose objectives are to inform, protect and respond, providing resources to educate those who may be unaware their rights are in danger.
"As an avid outdoor enthusiast and animal lover myself, it's an honor to partner with Protect The Harvest this weekend at Kansas Speedway," said Grant Enfinger, driver of the No. 98 Protect the Harvest Ford F-150. "Hunting, fishing, farming, ranching and owning animals are all the American way of life, and what Protect The Harvest stands for is not only important to me, but to everyone at ThorSport Racing."
"We are proud of our affiliation with ThorSport and their long commitment to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series," said Forrest Lucas, President of Lucas Oil and Founder and Executive Director of Protect The Harvest. "Duke Thorson and his team at ThorSport Racing, Lucas Oil and Protect The Harvest, hold the same values and believe in the importance of protecting our American traditions and way of life."
The 37 Kind Days 250 from Kansas Speedway broadcasts live starting at 8:30 p.m. ET, tonight, Friday, May 11, on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), and can be heard through the Motor Racing Network (MRN Radio) and SiriusXM Channel 90.
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