From News Release
Modular construction provider ModSpace will partner with Front Row Motorsports in the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for a multi-race primary sponsorship and season-long associate sponsorship of the No. 38 Ford, driven by David Gilliland. The No. 34 Ford, driven by David Ragan, will also carry an associate sponsorship from ModSpace for the full season.
The new partnership expands an existing business relationship between the Berwyn, Penn.-based company and Front Row Motorsports owner Bob Jenkins. ModSpace is currently working with Jenkins' quick-service restaurant company to build new Taco Bell/Long John Silver's locations.
"I've been impressed with ModSpace and their modular construction concepts and the experience they bring to the table," Jenkins said. "Our companies share some of the same ideals, so it's a natural fit to team up. I'm excited they're going to partner with us on the racetrack now, too." The new motorsports partnership will help with another type of "building" - the continued growth of Jenkins' Sprint Cup team, which is coming off the best season in its young history.
The first appearance of the No. 38 ModSpace Ford is scheduled for the April 14 race at Texas Motor Speedway. ModSpace is a provider of modular buildings, portable storage and services for temporary or permanent space needs. Building on more than 40 years of experience, ModSpace serves a diverse set of customers and markets - including commercial, construction, education, government, healthcare, industrial/energy and special events - through an extensive nationwide branch network throughout the United States and Canada.
"We are thrilled to partner with Front Row Motorsports for this upcoming Sprint Cup season," stated William Mann, Vice President of Motorsports for ModSpace. "In the modular construction business, we understand the importance of speed while still delivering a high-quality product, so this motorsports alignment is perfect for our business model. ModSpace looks forward to a great season from both the No. 38 and No. 34 teams."
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