TBR, TeamSLR Continue Alliance in 2013
Mooresville, NC (February 1, 2013) – Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) is pleased to announce the continuation of a partnership formed last season with TeamSLR (Scott Lagasse Racing) to field the No. 8 Chevrolet Camaro in at least 15 races this season.
Lagasse’s sponsorship with the Boy Scouts of America and HybridLight is a continuation from his previous efforts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Teaming up with Lagasse will be crew chief Brad Parrott, who has worked with some of the most successful teams in NASCAR.
“We formed a partnership with TBR (Tommy Baldwin Racing) which allows us the ability to gradually transition our team into the NASCAR Nationwide Series over two seasons,” Lagasse said. “We competed in three races at the end of last season to begin the building process, evaluate our weaknesses and sharpen our focus for 2013. We believe that this will be the best approach for our organization as well as our existing marketing partners.”
“We are glad to have SLR back with us this year,” Tommy Baldwin, Jr. said of the partnership. “Scott is a very talented race car driver who has a bright future in this sport.”
For more information on Scott Lagasse, visit his website, Facebook page or follow him on Twitter.
About the Boy Scouts of America:
The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s largest and most recognized values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young men that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
For more than a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. For more information on the BSA, visit www.scouting.org. For more information on the BSA’s NASCAR program, visit www.scouting.org/BSARacing/nascar.
HybridLight, a subsidiary of Peterson Industries, offers many products, including solar flashlights. These flashlights use solar or collector panels comprised of photovoltaic cells, which capture sunlight and ambient light; as well as artificial and indoor lighting. These panels convert the energy to electrical energy which powers the HybridLight’s dynamic (and extremely durable) LED bulb which should last over 10 years of continual use.