Verinext, the company that delivers transformative business outcomes through technology and services for everything that comes next, today announced its sponsorship of Devin Jones in the NASCAR Xfinity series race, the Drive for the Cure 250, at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval this Saturday, October 7.
Verinext, in partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), will be using the NASCAR Xfinity series race at the Charlotte Roval as a showcase for its new brand, released earlier this year. Verinext is the technology expert that powers businesses for whatever comes next. By activating innovation, Verinext empowers businesses to make their next move with confidence. It is a brand evolution as a result of the merger of Anexinet and Veristor, a company who has been a decade-long sponsor of Jones.
“Verinext is thrilled to be partnering with Devin Jones on the NASCAR Xfinity platform,” said Ashby Lincoln, President, Verinext. “Putting the Verinext brand in front of NASCAR’s millions of passionate and loyal fans is a valuable extension of our market presence. It’s an exciting, visible way to underscore our mission to help businesses achieve their digital transformation goals for faster time-to-value.”
Jones, who will be making his qualifying attempt for the Drive for the Cure 250 on Saturday in the CHK Racing No. 74, is a championship-winning road course racecar driver. Racing for more than two decades, Jones has earned six road-course track records and 100’s of feature wins and pole qualifying spots. He made his first NASCAR Xfinity start at Watkins Glen in 2017 and has since impressed with dozens of podiums in the NASCAR-owned IMSA sports car racing series, winning the IMSA ST championship in 2018 and finishing third in the IMSA GS championship in 2019.
“I can’t wait to put my road racing experience to work in the #74 at the Charlotte Roval. To have the support of Verinext and HPE behind me makes this experience even more special,” said Devin Jones. “It’s an honor to help launch the Verinext brand to the avid and engaged NASCAR fan base. With their spirit cheering me on, I look to make my reentry to the Xfinity program a memorable one!”
The Verinext No. 74 Chevrolet will take to the track on Saturday, October 7, for practice and qualifying. Coverage of the Drive for the Cure 250 will begin at 3:00 pm ET on NBC.
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