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SBD/Issue 34/Sponsorships, Advertising & Marketing
Best Buy Moving NASCAR Sponsorship From Sadler To RPM's No. 43
Published October 29, 2009
|Best Buy Moving Its Sponsorship From Sadler
To RPM's No. 43 Ford Next Season
TROUBLE WITH THE LAW: The AP reports police in Mooresville, North Carolina, said that Allmendinger "was pulled over early Thursday and failed a field sobriety test." It is “not clear how his arrest may affect” his plans to drive the No. 43 next year. RPM co-Owner Richard Petty has “routinely shunned alcohol sponsorship, and refused to allow his teams to participate in NASCAR's second-tier series when it was sponsored by Busch” (AP, 10/29).
WINDOW DRESSING: North Carolina-based Window World has signed on as the primary sponsor for Front Row Motorsports' No. 34 car driven by John Andretti in Sunday's Sprint Cup Amp Energy 500 at Talladega Superspeedway (Window World).