NASCAR’s Boyd Goes Local with Military Tribute
Mooresville, NC (July 18, 2023) – NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series driver, Spencer Boyd, will honor the 12th Armored Division on his No. 12 Chevrolet Silverado at Pocono Raceway this weekend. Joining the salute will be a number of local Pennsylvania companies including Rich Mar Florist and Backwoods Outdoor Center that will be the co-primary sponsors for Boyd at the CRC Brakleen 150 on July 22, 2023.
The 12th Armored Division was an 11,000 soldier strong US Army division in World War II.
Leading the charge on the hood of the No 12 is a familiar sponsor for Boyd, Rich Mar Florist. Out of Allentown, PA. While serving the Leigh Valley, Bethlehem, and beyond Rich Mar has made quite the name for themselves for their award-winning products and attentive customer service.
Establishing the rear position is Boyd’s other co-primary sponsor for this race, Backwoods Outdoor Center. The dealership in Walnutport, PA, showcases an exciting assortment of ATVs, UTVs, zero-turn mowers and handheld outdoor power equipment from leading brands such as Polaris, Bad Boy Mowers and ECHO. With new and used options available, the service department will be there when you need them.
Continuing with the local theme of the paint scheme Boyd has brought back a couple of supporters from years past with CSI Asphalt from Tannersville, PA and Lake Effect Decoy Company out of Cochranton, PA while adding the New Jersey-based dumpster rental service, Galluzzo Brothers Carting.
Rounding out the sponsor lineup are some of the season-long regulars. Freedom Warranty, LDiShips.com, Impact Interior Products, and Absopure Water will all be along for the ride around the Tricky Traingle.
Boyd commented on the weekend, “It’s plain and simple for me. If I don’t have sponsors, I don’t go to the race track. I’m so grateful for the support these companies provide me and I ask our fans to support them in return. Our country was born on local companies and protected by our armed forces. This paint scheme screams freedom because of what it represents and I look to do them all justice this weekend at Pocono.”