All GetMoreVacations.com stays include free activities daily such as golf, fishing, amusement and water park admissions, rafting, skiing and much more.
Destin, FL (PRWEB) July 06, 2011
GetMoreVacations.com will sponsor Brandon McReynolds in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East to promote their WinBigGMV vacation giveaway. Registrants will have the opportunity to win a 4 day, 3 night vacation at one of GetMoreVacations.com’s participating properties. All GetMoreVacations.com stays include free activities daily such as golf, fishing, amusement and water park admissions, rafting, skiing and much more.
Brandon McReynolds will drive for Blanton Motorsports in the remaining five races of the K&N Pro Series East in 2011. The 20-year-old will be piloting the No. 42 GetMoreVacations.com car starting at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway July 15th.
McReynolds made his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut last year with GetMoreVacations.com at Gateway International Raceway. In his qualifying attempt, McReynolds laid down a solid run to lock him into the event to start in the 25th position. Brandon finished in the 19th position gaining valuable experience in the Series. Brandon is the son of Larry McReynolds, the two-time Daytona 500 winning crew chief and current television analyst for NASCAR on SPEED, TNT and Fox Sports.
GetMoreVacations.com is the nation’s leading provider of free to guest amenity programs to vacation rental property management companies. GetMoreVacations.com has participating properties in Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont and West Virginia. Blanton Motorsports and GetMoreVacations.com CEO, Darrell Blanton, says, “Brandon has impressed me with both his driving talent and work ethic. We are excited to have Brandon represent GetMoreVacations.com and Blanton Motorsports.”
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West is the highest level of NASCAR's developmental race series. Many great drivers have entered one of the three national NASCAR series from this level. Points for driver and owner championships are awarded based on the racers finishing position and number of laps in the lead.