Justin Marks to make Daytona 500 debut in #51 Chevrolet with sponsorship from HARRY’s Shaving Products and Katerra
(Rick Ware Racing and Premium Motorsports form alliance for ‘The Great American Race’)
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Mooresville, NC (Feb 2, 2018) – Justin Marks will run the #51 Chevrolet fielded by Rick Ware Racing (RWR) in alliance with Premium Motorsports in the 2018 Daytona 500 on February 18. The Chevrolet entry will be powered by ECR engines and carrying the colors of first-time Daytona 500 primary sponsor Harry’s Shaving Products and long-time Marks’ supporter Katerra.
The #51 owned by Rick Ware will have a guaranteed starting position in the Great American Race as RWR will be running the full 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
“Racing in the Daytona 500 is a dream come true. The team has taken a dramatic step forward for 2018 and I think we’re going to have some real good equipment for this year’s 500. Going down there in the race, without the drama of having to qualify, is going to relieve a lot of pressure and we can focus on our race car’s handling and race ability so were fully prepared for the event. Additionally, it’s awesome to welcome a new company, Harry’s, to NASCAR. The car looks great, they’re excited, and it’s going to be fun to introduce NASCAR fans to a new way of shaving.” – Justin Marks
Joining RWR as primary sponsor is HARRY’S, an online shaving and skincare supply company, owned by Jeff Raider and Andy Katz-Mayfield. Their unique company provides affordable, high quality shaving products created by men, for men.
“We founded Harry’s to make the experience of getting ready better for guys every day. We began by creating high quality products that our customers would be proud to use, offered at a fair price. Our razor blades are engineered in Germany at our own factory, which has been manufacturing some of the world’s best blades for nearly 100 years. Our handles are designed with clean lines that emphasize their utility. We hope that Harry’s can make shaving more enjoyable for people, making them feel prepared to take on the day.”
Harry’s offers simple subscription plans which can be modified according to their customer’s needs and are delivered straight to the consumer’s doorstep. By cutting out the middleman, Harry’s prices are more affordable than big box stores.
For more information, visit them online at https://www.harrys.com/en/us.
Joining Marks as an associate sponsor for the 2018 ‘Daytona 500’ is Katerra. Founded in 2015, Katerra ranks as one of the top 25 multi-family general contractors in the United States. Led by a team that combines expertise from the most groundbreaking technology, design, manufacturing, and construction companies, Katerra transforms how buildings and spaces come to life. They currently have 1,000 employees, offices in four countries, a growing number of factories, and dozens of active projects.
For more information about Katerra, visit them online at www.Katerra.com.