Truck race at Texas will have new sponsor supporting hurricane relief

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Texas Motor Speedway announced Wednesday that Weatherford, Texas-based JAG Metals LLC will sponsor November’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoff race.

Included in the sponsorship of the Friday night, Nov. 3 event will be an emphasis on helping those still recovering from Hurricane Harvey’s flooding and the other damage it occurred.

That’s why the race has been named JAG Metals 350 Driving Hurricane Harvey Relief. It will be the company’s first venture into major entitlement sponsorship, as well as in the motorsports industry.

“JAG Metals is a young gun company itself, so it was a great fit to support the young guns in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series who will become the sport’s next stars,” JAG Metals LLC co-owner Justin Bradley said in a statement.
Added TMS President Eddie Gossage, “We welcome JAG Metals to our family of sponsors, particularly because they are wanting to support folks in Texas who were impacted by Hurricane Harvey. We know many are hurting there and struggling, so any time one of our sponsors wants to develop a support program we know they are good people.”