Indiana Wholesale Offices Teams up with Tommy Baldwin Racing for a Second Season
Indiana Wholesale Offices will team up with Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. The Indiana-based company will be featured on the No. 36 Golden Corral Chevrolet driven by Dave Blaney.
Indiana Wholesale Offices host wholesale car dealers in the state of Indiana. The Merrillville-based company consults individuals on how to receive a wholesale license that will allow that dealer to operate anywhere in the United States. Indiana Wholesale Offices is a state approved hosting facility that exceeds the state of Indiana’s requirements. The company provides entrepreneurs the ability to create a business with low startup costs and monthly overhead. For more information, visit www.GetAuctionAccess.com.
“Indiana Wholesale Office is proud to once again partner with TBR and sponsor Dave Blaney this weekend at Talladega,” said Jim “Chucker” Witczak, owner of Indiana Wholesale Offices. “The exposure our company receives for our marketing dollars far exceeds our expectations. TBR is a great marketing tool for grass root companies like our business as well as large corporations. Dave Blaney's fan base help spread the word about our business to regions we would never even attempt to reach. We wish the entire No. 36 team the best of luck this season!”
Indiana Wholesale Offices partnered with TBR for last season at Michigan International Speedway and Kansas Speedway. Last season, Blaney tallied TBR’s best team finish of third at Talladega Superspeedway. The team led 25 laps in the four superspeedway races last season as well as leading six laps and collecting a 15th-place finish in the 2012 Daytona 500.
“We are excited to have Indiana Wholesale Offices back on board this season,” said TBR owner Tommy Baldwin. “We appreciate the support they continue to show our team. It’s great that small companies like Indiana Wholesales Offices can be a part of our program.”
Blaney will hit the 2.66-mile track on Friday for practice and compete in 500 miles in Sunday’s Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.