U.S. Pavement Services and 1-800-PAVEMENT are pleased to announce their sponsorship of Clay Greenfield and the #68 Dodge Ram at the NextEra Energy Resources 250 truck series race in Daytona Beach, Fla., on February 22.
The hard-racing, tough trucks of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series take to the high banks on the night that produces some of Daytona’s closest racing. This year, the black and yellow 1-800-PAVEMENT and U.S. Pavement Services logos will adorn Clay’s No. 68 truck for the 100-lap Camping World Truck Series race.
“1-800-PAVEMENT and U.S. Pavement Services are proud to sponsor the incredibly talented Clay Greenfield at this year’s Daytona truck series race,” said Mike Musto, president and founder, U.S. Pavement Services and 1-800-PAVEMENT. “Clay is a great guy and this sponsorship is a natural fit, since he is also 1-800-PAVEMENT Network member.”
Greenfield will be reunited with crew chief Danny Gill. Gill gave Clay his first driving opportunity in the series when he was owner of Team Gill Racing. Gill has worked with some of the most recognized drivers in truck series, such as Dennis Setzer, Johnny Benson and Steve Park.
“My team is very appreciative of 1-800-PAVEMENT for their support,” said driver Clay Greenfield. “Coming off a top 10 finish from last year, I am looking forward to having another strong run for U.S. Pavement Services. The competition at Daytona is tough. This is the biggest race of the year and teams go all out to make this race. We are no different. Thanks to Mike at U.S. Pavement Services, we are able to go out there and race as hard as we can.”
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