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New backer for Ambrose

New backing announced for Marcos Ambrose's NASCAR Sprint Cup programme
JTG Daugherty Racing has announced Bush Brothers and Company's Bush's Baked Beans brand as a primary sponsor of Marcos Ambrose and the #47 Toyota team for five primary races in the 2010 NASCAR season.

The company will also serve as an associate sponsor during the upcoming campaign.

“We are proud to enter our ninth season as partners with JTG Daugherty Racing and thrilled to have Marcos as our driver,” said Ray Kielarowski, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Bush Brothers and Company. “We look forward to kicking off the new season at the track and sharing the Winner's Circle with him in 2010.”

Bush's Baked Beans will be positioned on Ambrose's #47 Toyota's hood for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events at Talladega Superspeedway on April 25, Richmond International Raceway on May 1, Bristol Motor Speedway on August 21, New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 19 and Dover International Speedway on September 26.

Ambrose, who finished 18th in the championship standings, was pleased to hear the news.

“This is really great news,” Ambrose said. “I've always been a big fan of Bush's Baked Beans. Because I love the outdoors, I really enjoying firing up the grill with my family and we always include Bush's Baked Beans as a side item after we finish up grilling with Kingsford® Charcoal. It doesn't matter if we are at home or at the track, grilling is a great experience all season long.”


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