No. 36 Accell Construction Chevrolet will run Michigan
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (July 12, 2011) – Accell Construction announced that the Oklahoma-based construction company added the Pure Michigan 400 to the company’s five primary and five associate race deal with Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR). Dave Blaney will pilot the No. 36 Accell Construction Chevrolet at Michigan International Speedway Sunday, August 21st for Accell Construction’s six primary race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
Accell Construction is a full-service site civil contractor for the petroleum terminal and bulk storage industries. The company specializes in tank farm construction, tank foundations and other related site civil construction. The 20-year-old company operates civil construction projects in numerous states across the U.S.
Blaney drove the No. 36 Accell Construction Chevrolet at Phoenix, Las Vegas, Bristol, Texas and Kansas. Accell Construction will be an associate sponsor for this weekend’s race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway as well as at the fall New Hampshire, Kansas, Texas and Phoenix races.
“We have seen the value of participating in NASCAR from a business standpoint,” explained Accell Construction owner Steve Todhunter. “We received requests from current and potential customers to get involved in the program and are happy to oblige them. We will have some customers going to MIS who are very excited to cheer on TBR and the Accell Construction Chevrolet.”
“We are thrilled Steve has seen the value of partnering with TBR, that means we have done our job as a race team,” explained TBR owner Tommy Baldwin. “Steve is really the one that helped us get into the top-35 by supporting us early in the year. We are excited to help him entertain his customers and find new ones.”
TBR will hit the track in the No. 36 Golden Corral Chevrolet, supported by Accell Construction this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the Lenox Industrial Tools 301.
About Accell Construction:
Accell Construction, Inc. operates as a full service site civil contractor for the petroleum terminal and bulk storage industries and specializes in tank farm construction, tank foundations and other related site civil construction. Accell Construction’s clients know they can expect excellent safety, reliability and top-notch job performance. Accell, whose projects are always in budget and completed early, enjoys a 20-year reputation that is second to none.
Oklahoma based Accell Construction operates civil construction projects in numerous states across the U.S. and has constructed some of the largest petroleum storage facilities built in the U.S. in the last 15 years.
Accell benefits from a team of employees who bring decades of civil experience. The Accell team, many of whom have been with the company since inception, is committed to excellence and safety. All field personnel are also required to be TWIC certified. Accell has a well known reputation in the petroleum storage industry for performing the highest quality work—always in an expedient, but safe manner.
For more information on Accell Construction, visit www.accellconstructioninc.com.
About Tommy Baldwin Racing:
Tommy Baldwin Racing was formed in 2009 by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crew Chief Tommy Baldwin. Baldwin utilized a slumping economy to open a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team for a fraction of the cost. The team competed in two full seasons with multiple drivers behind the wheel of the No. 36 Chevrolet and improved in the standings each year.
Based in Mooresville, N.C., TBR will compete in the full NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule in 2011 with NASCAR veteran Dave Blaney piloting the No. 36 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet. Looking to improve on-track performance and increase the number of races they complete, TBR is still seeking partners to support their racing efforts. TBR’s driver development program, Heinke-Baldwin Racing, will also compete in various NASCAR series in 2011.
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