MAKE Motorsports Enters Michigan with New Partners and a Special Honor

[media-credit name=”” align=”alignright” width=”217″][/media-credit]June 13, 2012 (Shelby, NC) – MAKE Motorsports and TJ Bell head to Michigan International Speedway after a weekend off of racing but certainly not time off of preparing for the upcoming races. The team has added new partners along with preparing a special honor.

The #50 MAKE Motorsports Chevrolet will be sporting a new partner for this weekend’s Alliance Truck Parts 250. Hantz Bank will be displayed on the hood and Television Panel of the #50 Chevrolet. Hantz Bank is a based out of Davison, Michigan a part of the Hantz Group.

Basketpong, who was on the #50 MAKE Chevrolet at Dover has also signed a multi-race program as an associate partner with the team. They will also be participating in the fan zone area this weekend at MIS. Basketpong will be sported on the lower quarter panels of the car. Gulfcoast Loss Prevention will also be back as a major partner for this weekend’s events with their partner Forward Corporation. Continuing with associate sponsorship is Apex Contracting and Beaver Bail Bonds.
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The MAKE Motorsports #50 and TJ Bell will be carrying a special honor on the car for victims of the recent shooting near the campus of Auburn University. The car will be sporting an orange ribbon on the roof beside TJ’s name in honor of the victims and the entire Auburn University Community. TJ Bell, driver of the #50 Chevrolet stated, “I feel honored to be able to shed some light on the tragedy that took place in Auburn last Saturday night. I am proud to ride with the Auburn colors this weekend in honor of those 6 killed and injured. By the way War Eagle!”

Practice for the Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway begins Friday June 15, 2012 at 8:30 with qualifying and the race on Saturday.

ABOUT MAKE MOTORSPORTS Hailing from Shelby, N.C., MAKE Motorsports is a race team that competes in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The moniker “MAKE” is made up of the first letters of the first names of the owners’ children – Beaver’s son Mikey and daughters Amanda and Emily, and Lowe’s daughter Katelyn. For more information about MAKE Motorsports, please visit, FaceBook page at or via twitter @MAKEMotorsports.

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