Moose Fraternity will continue its long-standing relationship with NASCAR Cup Series winner Ross Chastain, serving as a primary partner on the No. 1 Chevrolet through 2025.
Chastain, currently in his second year with Trackhouse Racing at NASCAR's top level, will carry the branding of The Moose Fraternity in four events during both the 2024 and 2025 seasons.
Currently sitting inside the top-10 in NASCAR Cup Series point standings, Chastain will carry the colors for the final time this season on his No. 1 Chevrolet this weekend at Martinsville Speedway.
The 2024 NASCAR Cup Series campaign will mark the fifth season that the fraternal organization has partnered with Chastain on track, while using the 30-year-old driver in membership in charity initiatives away from the track.
“It has been so fun to have a continued relationship with the Moose Fraternity,” said Chastain who is a member of Tice and Shores, Florida, Lodge 1297 within the Moose Fraternity. “Several of the members have become like family which is unique when it comes to a partnership. Not only do I have the opportunity to meet members but it’s fun to talk to people about becoming a member of the fraternity. It’s a passionate group that cares about their community and making it a better place.”
In June, Chastain visited Mooseheart, a residential childcare facility on a 1,000-acre campus west of Chicago. In November, he'll visit Moosehaven, a retirement community in Orange Park, Florida, which has served members of the Moose since 1922.
"We really appreciate the relationships we have built with Ross and the Trackhouse Racing family these past few years and are thrilled to continue this journey together through 2025," said Moose International CEO Scott Hart. "Having Ross as a member and ambassador for the Moose Fraternity is phenomenal. Just like on the track, when he puts on the Moose hat, you can expect the unexpected to happen."
The Moose Fraternity Chevrolet was the top-selling diecast of 2022, per Lionel Racing, after the paint scheme was involved in one of the most unbelievable moments in NASCAR history, referred to as "The Hail Melon".
On the last-lap of the penultimate event of the year, Chastain, who ended up second-place in final point standings, would rip the outside wall at Martinsville Speedway, making several passes and locking into the Final Four.
Both Trackhouse and Chastain will continue to amplify the message of Moose Fraternity to race fans, through social media content and select events at lodges around the country in 2024 and 2025.