NASCAR Ford team, Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing (RFK), recently announced that it signed a sponsorship deal with Solo Stove to provide funding for the No. 6 Ford Mustang of Brad Keselowski.
Solo Stove, which is an outdoor lifestyle company that specializes in smokeless fire pits, camp stoves, brickyard pizza ovens and grilling accessories, will be featured as an associate sponsor on the No. 6 NASCAR Ford throughout the 2023 season. That means that small logos will appear on Keselowski’s race car for select racing events, having already been featured during the Daytona 500.
“We’re thrilled to welcome the Solo Stove team to the RFK family,” said Jacob Wyne, Vice President of Partnership Sales at RFK, in a press release. “They’re a proven and innovative brand, and share the same vision and goals as our team. We’re excited to showcase their brand and products throughout this season on our cars and across our social platforms.”
Clint Mickle, president of Solo Stove, said he is thrilled for the partnership opportunity with a top-tier Cup Series team like RFK. “We are looking forward to partnering with RFK Racing for the 2023 season,” he said. “We can’t wait to see Solo Stove on the No. 6 Ford Mustang as it circles the track. Solo Stove has an enthusiastic fan base in the NASCAR community, and we’re excited to support RFK Racing with this partnership.”
Earlier this year, RFK announced that it had also penned a deal with Esperion Therapeutics for primary sponsorship of both the No. 6 NASCAR Ford of Keselowski and the No. 17 Mustang of Chris Buescher. The No. 6 Mustang sports a scheme promoting Nexlizet, while the No. 17 Mustang features the Nexletol logo on its hood.
The 2023 Cup Series season represents RFK’s 36th year in competition. The team has formed a technical alliance with another NASCAR Ford entity, Rick Ware Racing, that will benefit both organizations throughout this season.
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