Sunseeker Resorts, which partnered with LEGACY MOTOR CLUB as a multi-race sponsor of the team last season, will return to the newly-rebranded organization in 2023.
The sponsorship agreement, which will span multiple events throughout the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season, is set to begin with the Busch Light Clash at the LA Memorial Coliseum on February 5.
“Sunseeker Resorts could not be more excited to partner with LEGACY MOTOR CLUB and Noah Gragson on the No. 42 car this season,” said Sunseeker Resort President & Chief Operating Officer Micah Richins. “We know there is a deep root of race-car history here in Florida and are thrilled about the opportunity to collaborate with LEGACY MOTOR CLUB to introduce race-car fans throughout the season to our new world-class resort.”
Sunseeker Resorts Charlotte Harbor, one of the most highly anticipated new hotels set to open in 2023, is likely to become one of Florida's most sought-after resort destination. As a new brand and the largest new-build resort in all of Southwest Florida, Sunseeker Resort will offer top-tier luxury accommodations, unmatched poolside experiences, state-of-the-art event spaces, championship-level golfing, and an expansive collection of signature dining.
“I’m proud to represent Sunseeker Resorts on my No. 42 Chevy this season,” said Gragson, who will compete for Rookie of The Year honors. “There is so much excitement going on at LEGACY MOTOR CLUB right now, I’m looking forward to what kind of exposure we can get for Sunseeker in NASCAR and hopefully we can take them to victory lane.”
The company, which adorned the No. 42 Chevrolet Camaro in NASCAR Cup Series events at Kansas, Talladega, and Homestead last season, had a best finish of 20th as a primary sponsor.
A complete schedule of events for Sunseeker Resorts' 2023 NASCAR Cup Series sponsorship campaign with LEGACY MOTOR CLUB was not announced.
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