Speedy Cash Expands Partnership with Front Row Motorsports

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Speedy Cash has announced that it will return as partners with the Front Row Motorsports (FRM) No. 38 Ford Mustang for the 2020 season. The partnership with FRM started last year when the company sponsored the No 38 Ford Mustang in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. The team finished 21st place in their debut with driver John Hunter Nemechek.

The brand will use the drivers of the racing team in ads, social media, and other uses. Along with sponsoring the car, Speedy Cash also engaged with fans using at-track signage with multiple appearances by Nemechek. Speedy Cash parent company CEO Don Gayhardt said that the company received nothing but positive feedback during the program with the team in 2019. Gayhardt says that he was impressed with Nemechek’s performance on the track and his personality off-track.

Speedy Cash is a company that offers “convenient and easily accessible financial services such as installment loans, lines of credit, title loans, and checks to cash. The company is also the exclusive provider of Opt+ prepaid debit cards. Speedy Cash has been in business for over 20 years.

Nemechek says that Speedy Cash is important to the team, and it’s great to see partners expand their participation in the sport. He also noted if you need cash, there are many easy ways to get it using their services. He says that he enjoyed getting to know Speedy Cash in the last few races of 2019, and he is glad to have them on board in 2020. In other NASCAR news, earlier this month Ryan Sparks was named crew chief for the No. 32 NASCAR Ford Mustang driven by Corey LaJoie.

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Source: Front Row Motorsports

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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