Mooresville, NC (May 24, 2017) – Premium Motorsports and Reed Sorenson are ready for this weekend’s Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway where he will pilot the No.15 Chevrolet SS. He’s excited to welcome back ‘Low T Center’ as his primary partner for the longest race of the season.
Low T Center is the leader in physician-led diagnosis and treatment of low testosterone in men with 50 locations nationwide. “At Low T Center, we seek to improve men’s health and their quality of life. We feel that every man deserves to live an abundant life, no matter his age.” said Dr. Bill Reilly, National Medical Director for Low T Center.
Low T Center offers a quick and simple blood test with the convenience of an on-site lab with results in minutes. If levels are below what is considered clinically acceptable, the medical professionals at Low T Center will discuss individual options and begin treatment. Most health insurance is even accepted for treatment. Low T Center encourages men to be proactive with their health and know their numbers. #DoYouKnowYourNumbers? To learn more go to https://lowtcenter.com.
Our Premium Motorsports crew members are looking forward to another weekend of ‘good eats’ thanks to Sagebrush Steakhouse. They catered for the team last weekend’s race and the crew enjoyed every bite. Find out how good they are by visiting any of their locations in North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky. Visit their website at http://www.sagebrushsteakhouse.com/ to review their menu.
Reed Sorenson on Charlotte Motor Speedway & Low T Center:
“I’m glad to have Low T Center back with us this weekend. I think they got the racing bug & I hope they’re enjoying it as much as I am having them as my partner. I think we have a good car this weekend, the guys have been working hard on it so I think we can get a good finish on Sunday. The 600 is a long race so I have to make sure I stay hydrated. Sitting in a hot car for 600 laps can really take a lot out of you. This race is definitely an endurance race but I do like the track. It’s fun to drive, just a very long race to drive but I’ll get through it, preferably in one piece (laughs)”.
Follow Reed on Twitter @ReedSorenson36
The ‘Coca-Cola 600’ will take place on Sunday, May 28th at 6:00PM ET. Race fans can tune-in to FOX for race coverage and follow @premiummotorsports on Twitter for updates throughout the weekend.
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