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ROK Mobile Joins Justin Boston, Kyle Busch Motorsports for Charlotte Truck Race

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When Justin Boston heads to Charlotte, he’ll have a new sponsor on board.

Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today that ROK Mobile will sponsor Boston’s No. 54 Toyota Tundra in this Friday’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway.

“I’m really honored to drive the ROK Mobile Toyota Tundra this weekend at Charlotte,” Boston said in a release. “ROK Mobile is at the forefront of affordable, yet powerful cell phone and music streaming services and I can’t wait to get them on track for the first time.”

ROK Mobile, co-founded by John Paul DeJoria and Jonathan Kendrick, is a prepaid, contract-free mobile and music service that offers unlimited talk, text, data, and streaming music for a monthly fee of $49.99.

“ROK Mobile is thrilled to get the opportunity to support Justin Boston and work with Kyle Busch Motorsports,” said Kendrick, who currently serves as the Chairman for the company. “This is an amazing platform to bring our game-changing mobile phone and music streaming service to the attention of millions of loyal NASCAR fans.”

Boston will make his first start at Charlotte this weekend, though he previously tested at the track. He is currently eighth in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series standings after scoring a career-best seventh-place finish last weekend at Kansas Speedway.

Coverage for this weekend’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 will begin Friday at 8:00 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 1.

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Aaron Bearden
A graduate of Ball State, Aaron rejoins Frontstretch for his second season in 2016 following a successful year that included covering seven races and starting the popular "Two-Headed Monster" column in 2015. Now in his third year of covering motorsports, Aaron serves as an Assistant Editor for Frontstretch while also contributing to other popular sites including Speed51 and The Apex. He encourages you to come say hi when you see him at the track.