PlanBSales.com to Sponsor Brett Moffitt at Daytona and Phoenix
GMS Racing announced today PlanBSales.com will sponsor reigning NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series champion Brett Moffitt in the season-opening race at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway this Friday. In addition to Daytona, PlanBSales.com will also sponsor Moffitt’s No. 24 Chevrolet Silverado at ISM Raceway in Phoenix on November 8.
Brent and Ladonna Powell started in the motorsports merchandise business in 1999 with their own Action Racing Collectibles Authorized Dealer retail shop. Brent’s career has provided him the opportunity to see all sides of the retail/wholesale business. The entire team at Plan B Sales has been involved in the wholesale and/or retail of licensed motorsports merchandise for a combined 80+ years.
“Having the chance to partner with GMS Racing and defending NASCAR Truck Series champ, Brett Moffitt, was a chance we could not pass up,” Brent Powell said. “We are even more excited to have the opportunity to join the team for both the Daytona and Phoenix races, where we will provide fans the opportunity to include their names on Brett’s truck this November.”
“I partnered with PlanBSales.com last year to offer autographed diecasts for the fans,” Moffitt said. “Brent (Powell) and all the people at PlanBSales.com have been great to work with and I look forward to a great partnership in 2019. We will also be offering fans the opportunity to have their name on our No. 24 Chevrolet for the Phoenix race. Stay tuned for details on how to get your name on my truck.”
Friday’s NEXTERA Energy 250 at Daytona International Speedway will be broadcast live on FS1 and MRN at 7:30pm ET.
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