"The Texas Lottery is excited to enter into a partnership with such a notable organization and thrilled to have Justin Allgaier as the driver," said Gary Grief, executive director of the Texas Lottery. "We are always looking for innovative ways to spread the word about the games of Texas and we anticipate that this sponsorship will be successful in supporting our mission to generate revenue for Texas public education."
Founded in 1992, Texas Lottery generates revenue distributed to various funds in the State of Texas. Through the Texas Lottery, public education and veterans programs initiatives have benefitted.
"I'm delighted to welcome Texas Lottery to the HScott Motorsports family," said Harry Scott Jr., owner of HScott Motorsports. "They're a great organization, and any time we have the opportunity to bring a first-class partner on board, it shows the strength of our team."
Allgaier, who is in his second full season in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS), will be making his fourth NSCS start at TMS. He has one top-20 NSCS finish at the 1.5-mile Ft. Worth, Texas track."I can't thank Texas Lottery enough for partnering with HScott Motorsports," said Allgaier. "I'm looking forward to climbing in the car at Texas Motor Speedway, as well as working with them on a couple of things off of the track. Texas Lottery is a solid organization that does a lot in the community, and I'm happy to represent them."
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