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Auto-Owners Insurance Extends NASCAR Deal With Furniture Row, Doubles Paint Schemes

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Auto-Owners Insurance (AOI) this morning announced a multiyear extension with Furniture Row Racing’s No. 78 Toyota driven by Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Martin Truex Jr. in a deal that will see the company up its investment. As part of the pact, Michigan-based Auto-Owners will move...

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