Carmel, IN (PRWEB) June 30, 2008
Indiana native Tony Stewart has a winning track record in racing. Stewart has competed and won on every level, including three national go kart championships, the United States Auto Club Triple Crown, an Indy Racing League Championship and two NASCAR Sprint Cup Championships. As one of the premier drivers in the NASCAR circuit, Tony Stewart knows how to recognize a winning team.
Tony Stewart has been a part of the J.D. Byrider team since 1997, when J.D. Byrider began sponsoring a stock dirt late model car, which Stewart drives a couple of times a year. Since the J.D. Byrider sponsorship began, the team has grown: in addition to Stewart as the late model dirt-track driver, the team includes Steve Barnett in a second late model dirt-track car and Kraig Kinser in a winged, open-wheel sprint car on the legendary World of Outlaws Circuit.
Stewart is best known for driving the #20 Home Deport Toyota Camry for the famed Joe Gibbs Racing organization. However, Stewart continues to drive as part of the J.D. Byrider team, and the company is proud of its association with this proven winner.
It's all about teamwork
Although most of the focus in racing naturally centers on the cars and drivers, savvy racing fans know that a successful racing team is made up of a group of individuals - drivers, sponsors and crew - working together toward a common goal. Today, race fans are smarter than ever before: The popularity of car racing in all its forms has never been higher.
The teamwork aspect is what drew J.D. Byrider to the sport. The company takes a unique approach in the used car industry, viewing customer service, quality and auto financing as part of a team effort. So sponsorship of a team sport like racing makes sense on many levels.
Stewart will appear at J.D. Byrider Night of Speed event
On July 24, J.D. Byrider will sponsor a night of open-wheel racing action at O'Reilly Raceway Park west of Indianapolis. The Night of Speed is a kickoff event for the Kroger Speed Fest and will feature two exciting races, a 30-lap USAC Mopar National Midget Championship Series sponsored by Toyota and the J.D. Byrider 100 USAC Silver Crown Race presented by TourHendricksCounty.com
J.D. Byrider will bring American Heart Association representatives to the event, offering racing fans free blood pressure and cholesterol screenings. In addition, the Tony Stewart foundation will present bullet-resistant vests for 40 police dogs.
About J.D. Byrider
J.D. Byrider is headquartered in Carmel, Indiana, just outside Indianapolis. The company was founded in 1989 to serve customers with special auto financing needs and to ensure that they receive the same quality service in every J.D. Byrider dealership. Today, with more than 700,000 consumers matched to quality, affordable vehicles, the company continues its focus on reliability and customer satisfaction, with an average customer satisfaction rating of 95 percent. Visit JDBFacts.com to view customer satisfaction ratings.
J.D. Byrider maintains franchisee- and company-owned dealerships in 30 states. Visit J.D. Byrider to learn more or GoJDB.com to apply for credit. Inquiries about the company may be directed to Jim England, President, J.D. Byrider Advertising Group, Inc., at 317.249.3095. He can also be reached via email at jime @ byrider.com.