Become part of the Team's DNA

In NASCAR, brands become much more than sponsors in our sport. They become partners. The brand becomes the mascot. Brand guidelines become the hometown colors. Brand placement authenticates licensed merchandise. Press conferences are even held to announce new sponsors, and they're covered by major national media outlets like USA Today and Sports Illustrated. Have you heard of that anywhere else?


NASCAR licensed products provide additional exposure opportunities for team sponsors,placing their brands in categories like die-cast cars, apparel and more

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NASCAR works with top studios, networks, producers, showrunners, talent agencies, management firms, record labels, and publicists to regularly integrate itself into mainstream pop culture and expose sponsor brands to new audiences.

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Victory Lane

When a team wins a race, team sponsors are placed in one of the brightest spotlights in sports, providing valuable exposure and prestige for their brands.

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NASCAR is broadcast in 175 countries and in 24 languages.

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Promotional Displays

The racetracks of NASCAR use driver, car and sponsor imagery in ticket promotions year-round.

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Special Events

NASCAR leverages its eminence and extensive network to build the brands of its drivers and teams at high-profile events such as visits to The White House and The Pentagon.

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Video Games

Video games offer fans/users the opportunity to fully immerse themselves into the sport by putting them behind the wheel of a branded race car.

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NASCAR Hall of Fame

The NASCAR Hall of Fame is an interactive, entertainment attraction honoring the history and heritage of NASCAR. Sponsors associated with Hall of Fame drivers and teams are naturally written into the history books and honored by display at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

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NASCAR licensed apparel not only gives fans the opportunity to show support for their favorite NASCAR drivers and teams, but also provides incremental exposure for those teams’ sponsor brands. That exposure extends the fan -sponsor relationship beyond race day and into fans’ everyday lives, further strengthening brand recognition and loyalty as fans make their daily purchases

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Did You Know?

More than 100 Fortune 500 companies rely on NASCAR

In 2015 NASCAR generated 4.1 billion social media impressions

In 2015 NASCAR Digital platforms saw 1.1 billion total page views

There are more than 5.1 million viewers per Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race

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