Kaulig Racing and Campers Inn RV have inked a multi-year agreement, which will see the family-operated company serve as the 'Official RV Partner' of the multi-faceted NASCAR National Series operation.
The organization announced the deal on Wednesday, which is set to include multiple races of primary sponsorship in both the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series.
"We at Campers Inn RV are absolutely thrilled to join forces with Kaulig Racing as their official sponsor,” said Larry Peter, VP of Southern Operations and Finance. “This partnership represents a perfect synergy between two organizations that are committed to providing unparalleled experiences to our customers. We look forward to hitting the road with Kaulig Racing and cheering on their talented drivers to victory."
Campers Inn RV is a family-operated and values-driven RV dealership, which has 37 full-service locations scattered across the United States, all of which offer RV sales, service, parts, accessories, and financing.
The company will make its debut as a primary sponsor for Kaulig Racing at North Wilkesboro Speedway, as the company's green and orange colors adorn the No. 16 Chevrolet Camaro - driven by AJ Allmendinger - in the NASCAR All-Star Race.
“Kaulig Racing is always excited to welcome new partners, but this one is especially exciting for us,” said Chris Rice, President of Kaulig Racing. “Matt (Kaulig) and I bring our motorhomes to the track every weekend; they are our home away from home. To work with Campers Inn RV, a family-run RV dealership that is committed to helping their customers find their ‘away,’ just like we have every weekend, means a lot to us.”
Kaulig Racing fields a pair of full-time entries in the NASCAR Cup Series, with AJ Allmendinger (No. 16) and Justin Haley (No. 31) behind the wheel. In the NASCAR Xfinity Series, the team fields three entries for Chandler Smith (No. 16), Daniel Hemric (No. 11) and a rotisserie of drivers (No. 10).
So far this season, Kaulig Racing has scored three top-10 results at NASCAR's top-level, highlighted by a sixth-place result in the season-opening Daytona 500 by AJ Allmendinger.