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Kaulig Racing Acquires 6-Race Sponsorship from Phantom Fireworks

NASCAR XFINITY Series team Kaulig Racing announced Wednesday (May 23) that they have signed a six-race primary sponsorship deal with Phantom Fireworks for the No. 11 Chevrolet Camaro driven by Ryan Truex.

“We are very excited to start our partnership with Kaulig Racing,” Phantom Fireworks Vice President Alex Zoldan said in a press release. “We share highly compatible company values which we feel will help strengthen this relationship for the future. We have never been a part of NASCAR and the racing world so this is a new, thrilling step for us and we can’t wait for the Charlotte race.”

The Phantom Fireworks colors will be on the No. 11 this weekend for the Alsco 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and will continue straight through Pocono, Michigan, Iowa and Chicagoland before wrapping up at the Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 at Daytona on July 6.

Phantom Fireworks, based in Youngstown, Oh., has over 75 permanent locations in 17 states, with over 1,200 temporary locations in 18 states.

“Phantom Fireworks is a great company to be partnered with,” said Kaulig Racing team owner Matt Kaulig in a press release. “The Zoldan family are great people and we are going to work well together. I think everyone is ready to see this Phantom Fireworks No. 11 Chevrolet out on the track. I couldn’t be prouder to introduce another Ohio-based company to the sport and I think it’s going to be a great marketing platform.”

Kaulig Racing, currently in its third season, has made the playoffs both years of its existence, and Truex is currently in playoff position at eighth in the standings.

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Wesley has been with Fronstretch since October 2017. He loves well-told stories in whatever format he finds them. Aside from NASCAR, he enjoys reading, country music and OKC Thunder basketball. He has a BA in Liberal Arts/English and currently lives in eastern Oklahoma, where he works as a freelance writer/editor.

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