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Thomas Built Buses Sponsors NASCAR Driver in First Data Race

Posted on October 26, 2018

Thomas Built Buses will sponsor Brad Keselowski as he drives the No. 2 Thomas Built Buses Ford Fusion (shown here) in the First Data 500 race.
Thomas Built Buses will sponsor Brad Keselowski as he drives the No. 2 Thomas Built Buses Ford Fusion (shown here) in the First Data 500 race.
HIGH POINT, N.C. – Thomas Built Buses will sponsor Brad Keselowski as he drives the No. 2 Thomas Built Buses Ford Fusion in the First Data 500.

The race will take place at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia, Oct. 28 at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Part of the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series, this will mark Thomas Built Buses’ second appearance in a NASCAR race.

“Thomas Built Buses sponsored Brad Keselowski three years ago as part of our 100th anniversary,” said Caley Edgerly, president and CEO of Thomas Built Buses. “Thanks to our sister brand, Alliance Truck Parts, who is Brad’s official sponsor with Team Penske, we are very excited to see Brad in our Thomas Built Buses branded race car once again and to cheer him on with other Keselowski fans."

Edgerly added that the company’s dealers and employees are excited about the race, and hope the event “will be something to remember for Thomas Built enthusiasts both young and old.”

Tickets for the race are available online at MartinvilleSpeedway.com. For those who are unable to attend, the First Data 500 will be televised on NBC Sports Network. Check listings for local broadcast times.

To learn more about Brad Keselowski and Team Penske, go here.

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