By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
AutoZone will be returning as an associate sponsor of the No. 22 Ford Fusion driven by Joey Logano for next season and beyond. The logo will continue to be on the c-post of the car.
“We are excited to continue Team Penske‘s partnership with AutoZone in 2017,” Roger Penske said. “Over the last three seasons, AutoZone and Team Penske have experienced tremendous success together. We look forward to building on that success and continuing to deliver for AutoZone with Joey and the No. 22 Ford team as we look ahead to the 2017 season.”
The team started their partnership in 2014. Since that time, Team Penske has won 13 races, including the 2015 Daytona 500.
He also won 13 points-paying events, including the 2016 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. He also claimed 10 pole positions in the past three seasons.
The team and AutoZone have begun working on a technical partnership, as well.
“When we decided to join Team Penske in 2014, we wanted to work with a company that everyone respects, and that’s what we got with Roger Penske and his world-class race team,” Bill Rhodes, Chairman, President and CEO, Customer Satisfaction for AutoZone. “We are very excited to continue this partnership with Roger Penske and his organization. We’ve enjoyed three great seasons with Joey Logano representing our brand on and off the track, and it’s been an honor to be part of the biggest wins in his career. We feel like the best years are still ahead for AutoZone, Team Penske and Joey Logano.”
AutoZone has had sponsorships in NASCAR, powerboat racing and regional racing series around the country. The 2017 season begins with the Unlimited races a week prior to the Daytona 500 on Feb. 26.
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