BERWYN, PA — Rev your engines: JDog Brands, one of the fastest growing Veteran brands in America, has teamed up with Enlisted Nine Fight Company to sponsor Go Fas Racing’s No. 32 Ford Mustang in the Food City presents the Supermarket Heroes 500 — a Cup Series event that will draw millions of viewers and generate unprecedented exposure for the company’s 200+ franchises nationwide.
JDog Brands’ recognizable bulldog logo will be on both sides of driver Corey LaJoie’s aviation-themed No. 32 Mustang when it takes the track on Sunday, May 31 at Bristol Motor Speedway in “The Last Great Colosseum’s” season opener. In keeping with the team’s Veteran ties, the car has been designed as a tribute to WWII Triple Ace Bud Anderson and his P-51 Mustang fighter plane.
“NASCAR epitomizes the American spirit, values, and patriotism,” said Jerry Flanagan, Army Veteran, founder, and CEO of JDog Brands. “There is no more natural partner or platform for JDog to generate awareness and support for our Veteran and Military-family owned franchises. Our signature JDog logo alongside Enlisted Nine’s on Mustang No. 32 on Sunday will shine a spotlight on two companies committed to improving Veteran employment.”
JDog Brands is the umbrella for an array of home and commercial services franchise organizations, including JDog Junk Removal & Hauling and JDog Carpet Cleaning, that promote business ownership opportunities for Veterans and Military family members. The company’s reputation for delivering high-quality services the military way – with respect, integrity, and trust – has supported its rapid expansion across 32 states to serve more than 40 million Americans.
“Enlisted Nine Fight Company is proud to partner with JDog brands on the Go Fas Racing No. 32. Both of our veteran-owned companies provide veteran outreach and job placement for our veterans,” said CEO and co-founder, Command Sergeant Major (Ret.) Dan O’Brien. “We look forward to a great race at ‘The Last Great Colosseum,’ Bristol Motor Speedway. It’s always exciting to race for our veterans. They deserve to have a veteran-owned team to pull for. I’m proud to sponsor the No. 32 team.”
The JDog Brands/Enlisted Nine Fight Company Ford Mustang will take the track on Sunday, May 31 at 3:30 EDT. The Food City presents the Supermarket Heroes 500 will air live on FS1.
For more information about JDog franchise ownership, visit www.jdogbrands.com. To support a Veteran- or Military-owned JDog business in your area, visit www.jdogjunkremoval.com or www.jdogcarpetcleaning.com.
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