Shinewater returns to Alpha Prime Racing, as a primary sponsor for Ellis at Iowa

Ryan Ellis and Alpha Prime Racing are excited to announce that ShineWater will return as a primary sponsor of the No. 43 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Race at Iowa Speedway on Saturday, June 15th, 2024. The NASCAR Xfinity Series Race at Iowa will mark the brand’s second primary sponsorship in NASCAR, as ShineWater had previously partnered with Ellis and Alpha Prime at Las Vegas Motor Speedway last spring.

ShineWater is the only ready-to-drink hydration beverage on the market with 100% of the daily recommended vitamin D dosage in every can. Founded by a former FDA physician, ShineWater started in Michigan and has now expanded nationally. ShineWater can be found in select retail locations across America in chains like Meijer, Walmart, Stop & Shop, CVS, and many more.
Nearly half of the US population battles vitamin D deficiency. ShineWater’s wide variety of flavors, such as Strawberry Lemon, Mixed Berry Acai, Fruit Punch, and more, gives consumers a great way to stay hydrated and get their vitamin D with zero added sugar.
“ShineWater is a brand built from the heartland with a mission to bring vitamins and nutrients to Americans in an all-natural, great-tasting beverage,” said Clare Verdery, CEO of ShineWater. “For us, returning to partner with Ryan Ellis and Alpha Prime Racing just made perfect sense to help us continue to share the importance of vitamin D.”
“Continuing this partnership with ShineWater is something I’m really proud of,” said Ryan Ellis, the No.43 ShineWater Chevy Camaro driver. “It’s been really exciting to see all of the different ways that ShineWater has utilized our partnership. We constantly see fans tag us and ShineWater on social media with photos of various in-store signage of our partnership. My team and I drink so much ShineWater – whether at the track, race shop, or home. Knowing that we’re not only getting an amazing tasting beverage, but one that is good for us, is great, especially when traveling and on the road as much as we are!”

Practice will occur on Friday, June 14th, at 4:35 pm ET (3:35 pm local), with qualifying on Saturday, June 15th, at 12:05 pm ET (11:05 am local).
USA Network will broadcast practice, qualifying, and the race.
Radio coverage will be on the Performance Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR.

Ryan Ellis PR