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Vinnie Miller Snags Sponsorship for Rest of Season

Vinnie Miller has picked up sponsorship for the rest of the NASCAR Xfinity Series season. Miller announced on Monday that Pit Viper Sunglasses will serve as a sponsor on board his No. 78 car for BJ McLeod Motorsports throughout the remaining 15 races this season.

Pit Viper Sunglasses will serve as primary sponsor for the races at Iowa Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, Dover International Speedway and Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Further races where Pit Viper Sunglasses will be the primary sponsor will be announced later. In the other races, the company will be an associate sponsor.

Pit Viper Sunglasses previously served as the primary sponsor for Miller this season at Talladega Superspeedway and the Circle K Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway.

“I must thank Chuck (Mumford) for believing in my full turbo attitude enough to come onboard for the remaining Xfinity Series races,” Miller said in a press release. “We had such a blast together in Talladega. They fit right in this Skull Racing – BJ McLeod Motorsports team. We’ve gathered quite a following of the sunglasses and stoked the fans can see them on the car every week.

“Without your belief in me, I don’t think we’d be in this position today. I’m going work my hardest on the track, demand respect and authority while having fun with the No. 78 Pit Viper team.”

Miller is in his second season competing in the Xfinity Series. The 22-year-old from Metamora, Michigan joined McLeod’s team late in the 2018 season. He has made 52 starts in the Xfinity Series. His career-best finish is 11th place at Daytona. He currently is 23rd in the standings.

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Mark Kristl
Mark joined Frontstretch at the beginning of the 2019 NASCAR season. He is a proud University of Dayton alum who also writes about NASCAR for Beyond the Flag. He also writes about TV shows & movies for Hidden Remote. When he's not writing, he's cheering on his beloved Cubbies, watching college football, & rooting for his Dayton Flyers.

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