Brandonbilt Motorsports, under the acronym BMS, kicks off its inaugural full-time season in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at the Daytona International Speedway with driver Brandon Brown. BMS will have backing from Associate Sponsor Touchrate.
Touchrate has been developing digital marketing technology solutions for major brands, retailers and healthcare over the last decade to help shoppers and patients have a better decision making experience. Wayne Hilmer, Chairman of Touchrate says "When you think about it, technology and car racing are synonymous in the sense of having the ability to provide results fast.”
Brandon Brown (Driver & Marketing Director of BMS) stated “I am looking forward to the challenges we face this season, both as a team and myself as a driver. I am happy and thankful that Touchrate was one of the first companies to believe in us and support our Xfinity Series team. Wayne and Lynette have been a pleasure to work with and we truly hope to build our team, whilst building their brand.” Brown will be making his 3rd start at Daytona in the Xfinity Series and his 21st overall. In 2018 he had a best finish of 18th (twice), with an average finish of 23rd.
Brandonbilt Motorsports (BMS), is a NASCAR Xfinity Series organization that is competing in its first full-time season in 2019. BMS has made significant improvements since the end of 2018. Returning Crew Chief Adam Brenner and his crew have the luxury of a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility to prepare week in and week out. During the offseason BMS invested heavily in new technology and equipment to enhance their competitiveness. BMS’s driver development program has brought 3 young drivers to the national level, helping us achieve our best start (9th - Mason Diaz, 2017) and our best finish (4th - Brandon Brown, 2016). Brandonbilt Motorsports looks forward to continue their driver development program and is focused on exceeding expectations in the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Season.
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