Spencer Boyd Announces “Cruisin’ the Campground with Excessive Carts”
We are excited to welcome Excessive Carts as the Official Golf Cart of Spencer Boyd Racing. As part of the sponsorship, Spencer will ride in style at the track in an excessively customized golf cart.
Since his debut race at Martinsville in 2016, Spencer has visited the campgrounds or parking lots at every NASCAR race he’s competed in to sign autographs for the fans. Excessive Carts just added some additional style points to those efforts.
Excessive Carts has carts from mild to wild, lifted or lowdown, two to eight passengers, custom builds and are the baddest carts on the market. Founded after 20+ years in the US Air Force, Rob Wallach owner, has “settled” down in Prosper, TX to build a team that is the best in the business. Shipping nationwide, the online showroom can be found at www.excessivecarts.com.
“I truly enjoy interacting with our fans that come out to the race track. They spend their hard-earned money to see a great race and hopefully get an autograph from a driver,” says Boyd. “With this killer cart I get to interact with more fans in between my on-track activities not to mention saving some much needed energy on race weekends!”
The Excessive Carts logo will be featured on the No. 12 Grunt Style Chevrolet Silverado at Kansas Speedway on May 12 and at Texas Motor Speedway on June 9.
Excessive Carts CFO, Derek Evans said about their new sponsorship, “I met Spencer at the Grunt Style Golf Classic earlier this year. From that moment, I knew we had to partner with this up and coming driver who also supports our military. We share the same values and you can’t beat the loyalty of NASCAR fans. So we set out to make the best golf cart on the NASCAR circuit.”
Fans can find Spencer “Cruisin’ the Campground” at every NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race he enters. He’ll be the one in most Excessive Cart.
This Day in Military History – On May 3, 1965, The lead element of the 173rd Airborne Brigade (“Sky Soldiers”), stationed in Okinawa, departs for South Vietnam. It was the first U.S. Army ground combat unit committed to the war. Source: https://thisdayinusmilhist.wordpress.com/