Furniture Row Racing to Showcase Farm American Initiative

Furniture Row Racing to Showcase Farm American Initiative

Public open house is Aug. 24 in Ashley.

 In a continuing effort to support the American family farmer and rancher, Furniture Row Racing announced that its No. 78 Sprint Cup Chevrolet, driven by Regan Smith, will display the Farm American initiative as a major associate sponsor at three upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup races -- Michigan International Speedway (Aug. 21), Atlanta Motor Speedway (Sept. 4) and Kansas Speedway (Oct. 9).

 

Furniture Row Companies and its Farm American financial partner - Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers - are teaming to promote the importance of having a stable and robust agriculture industry along with bridging the awareness gap between urban and rural America.

"The national reach that NASCAR delivers is a perfect stage to have a conversation with race fans about the many contributions the American farmer and rancher make on a daily basis," says Joe Garone, general manager of Furniture Row Racing.

"We are excited to work with Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers as we continue to seek additional financial partners for the Farm American program. We are encouraged with the feedback from the agriculture industry, which employs directly and indirectly more than 22 million people in the American workforce."

Based in St. Johns, Mich., Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers is a manufacturer and marketer of premium crop nutrition. An industry leader since 1983, Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers joined Furniture Row Racing's Farm American program earlier in the year as a financial and communications partner.

Members of the Furniture Row Racing team will take part in Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers public open house -- Wednesday, Aug. 24 in Ashley, Mich. -- to celebrate the company's new manufacturing facility. The No. 78 Farm American Chevrolet will also appear at the event.

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