Meat N' Bone Announces Sponsorship of NASCAR Car #15 Driven by Kaz Grala for the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series

Meat N' Bone Announces Sponsorship of NASCAR Car #15 Driven by Kaz Grala for the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series

We are thrilled to announce our sponsorship of rising NASCAR star Kaz Grala and his #15 Rick Ware Racing car for the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season. This exciting partnership marks Meat N' Bone's first foray into the world of motorsports as it aims to expand brand awareness.

Kaz Grala has quickly emerged as one of NASCAR's most promising young talents. He became NASCAR's youngest winner in the history of the Daytona International Speedway with a 2017 Truck Series victory at just 18-years-old.

"We are thrilled to partner with Kaz Grala and Rick Ware Racing. Like us, they are a startup team competing against much larger rivals. We are excited to support Kaz in his debut year at the NASCAR Cup Series. NASCAR is the perfect platform for Meat N’ Bone to connect with an incredible and loyal audience!", said Luis Mata, CEO of Meat N' Bone. "This partnership aligns perfectly with our commitment to excellence, quality, and passion. We believe that Kaz's drive and determination on the track reflect our dedication to providing the best products and services to our customers."

Meat N' Bone has built a reputation for offering premium, hand-cut meats sourced from the finest farms and delivered directly to consumers' doors. This sponsorship is a natural extension of Meat N' Bone's commitment to quality and performance, mirroring the precision and dedication required in NASCAR racing.

"Our customers value quality and reliability, and these are the same qualities that drive success in NASCAR," added Gabriel LLaurado, CMO of Meat N’ Bone. "We are proud to see our brand represented on the NASCAR track and look forward to an exciting season ahead."

The 2024 NASCAR Cup Series promises to be an exhilarating season, with Meat N' Bone Car #15 set to be a strong contender. Fans can look forward to seeing the Meat N' Bone brand in the thick of the action, supporting Kaz Grala as he pushes for victory on some of the most challenging tracks in the country.

With Grala piloting the newly Meat N' Bone-branded #15 car, race fans can expect an adrenaline-filled 2024 Cup Series. Meat N' Bone is inviting its customers and NASCAR fans alike to join in the excitement by following Grala's journey all season long for updates, exclusive content, special promotions and more.


About Kaz Grala...

Kaz Grala competes in the NASCAR Cup Series for Rick Ware Racing piloting the No. 15 Ford Dark Horse Mustang. Grala began competing in motorsports at the age of four in go-karts before expanding his resume to include forays in legends cars, sportscars, late model stock cars and NASCAR’s regional touring series. The Boston native made his NASCAR national series debut in the Craftsman Truck Series in 2016 and reached the pinnacle of sport when he made his first Cup Series start at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway in 2020.


Rick Ware Racing:

Rick Ware has been a motorsports mainstay for more than 40 years. It began at age six when the third-generation racer began his driving career and has since spanned four wheels and two wheels on both asphalt and dirt. Competing in the SCCA Trans Am Series and other road-racing divisions led Ware to NASCAR in the early 1980s, where he finished third in his NASCAR debut – the 1983 Warner W. Hodgdon 300 NASCAR Grand American race at Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway. More than a decade later, injuries would force Ware out of the driver seat and into fulltime team ownership. In 1995, Rick Ware Racing was formed, and with wife Lisa by his side, Ware has since built his eponymous organization into an entity that fields two fulltime entries in the NASCAR Cup Series while simultaneously campaigning successful teams in the Top Fuel class of the NHRA Mission Foods Drag Racing Series, Progressive American Flat Track and FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX), where RWR won the 2022 SX2 championship with rider Shane McElrath.

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