Carcoon Storage Solutions to Sponsor HScott Motorsports and Justin Allgaier at Michigan

HScott Motorsports announced today that Carcoons Storage Solutions (CSS) will sponsor the No. 51 Chevrolet SS driven by Justin Allgaier in this weekend's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) race at Michigan International Speedway (MIS).

 

Carcoon is the leading innovator in the portable automotive storage and portable workstation field. Carcoon Storage Systems will be on the hood of the No. 51 Chevy, with CSSUSA on the quarter panels. Carcoon Workstations are portable paint booths designed for busy body shops and car dealerships as a place to complete small to medium repairs without taking up time in their full-size paint booths. Mobile repairers, going to and from multiple destinations, also use the Carcoon Workstations. The Carcoon Workstations conform to rules implemented by the Environmental Protection Agency. Carcoon Storage Systems also provide the ultimate protection for any automobile for long or short-term storage.  Many customers also use the Carcoon Veloce System for convenient daily usage and protection.

 

"We are pleased to be on the No. 51 car at Michigan International Speedway,"said George Page,  owner of Carcoon. "This is our first time being involved in NASCAR, and we are looking forward to a great race at Michigan. Justin [Allgaier] is a solid driver and we are proud to associate our company with HScott Motorsports."

 

Justin Allgaier, who is running for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year award in the NSCS this season, will be making his first career NSCS start at MIS. He has participated in five Nationwide Series events at MIS, with one top five, two top 10s and 14 laps led at the 2.0-mile track.

 

"I'm excited to have Carcoon Storage Solutions on the car at Michigan,"said Allgaier. "They have a very unique and innovative product with the Carcoon Airflow System. Michigan is a big weekend for my team because it's not too far from Chevy's back yard, and I'm thrilled to represent the Carcoon Storage Solutions brand there."

 

HScott Motorsports PR

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