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Landon Robinson

Best Buy Sponsorship

Vargas, who is in his first season as a full-time Xfinity Series driver and had competed in all 10 races up until that race at COTA, has been working with Swann Security since the 2021 season began when the brand signed a four-race sponsorship deal with him and his team.

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Best Buy on Friday announced it will return as a primary sponsor of Roush Fenway Racing's No. 17 Sprint Cup Series car driven by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. next year. The electronics retailer will expand its deal to become the primary sponsor for 17 races in '13. The deal it signed for this season was only for nine races. Financial terms of the one-year deal were not available. Best Buy paid approximately $10M in '10 for sponsorship of Richard Petty Motorsports' No. 43 car. Matt Kenseth, who drove the No. 17 this year, gave Best Buy six top-10 finishes and put it in victory lane at the Daytona 500. Kenseth is leaving RFR at the end of the season to join Joe Gibbs Racing, and Stenhouse, the defending Nationwide Series champion, is replacing him. CAA Sports negotiated Best Buy's deal. In addition to an expanded deal with Best Buy, RFR Friday announced the other two sponsors on the No. 17 car -- Zest and Fifth Third Bank -- will return in '13. Both sponsors signed four-race deals for this year that included options to extend. RFR President Steve Newmark said that the three extensions mean the No. 17 car is 70% sold for '13. Newmark said, "Although we have some open inventory, we're thrilled to have three new partners who saw significant positive returns on this year decide to return and expand their investment." Newmark said the team is in discussions with some potential sponsors about its remaining open inventory.

It's been proclaimed the most exciting two minutes in sports. Churchill Downs has been home to some of the most incredible moments in sports history. During today's conversation IEG's Vice President of Strategy and Churchill Downs Vice President of Marketing, Brand and Partnerships Casey Ramage give us some insight on their analytical approach to sponsorship strategy.

"Best Buy is thrilled to announce this new NASCAR sponsorship deal with Roush Fenway Racing," said Drew Panayiotou, senior vice president of marketing for Best Buy. "Roush Fenway Racing is a great fit for Best Buy Racing. NASCAR continues to be a relevant way for us to connect with our customers. Our goal is to reach our target audiences in a meaningful way, while maximizing the value of our marketing and sponsorship investments."

Enjoy the best view in the room for our concert at the end of the night. This VIP section includes the option to invite a member of the Best Buy leadership team to join your table. There are ten seats at each table. You will be able to submit your top five requests via the online registration form. Leadership requests must be reviewed and are not confirmed or guaranteed upon registration.

The spotlight will shine on your company during the dinner and auction portion of the event. Your company will be credited for matching the individual Pledge for a Purpose donations dollar-for-dollar, up to $55,000. This sponsorship includes one table in our Diamond section.

Each project showcase sponsorship opportunity will feature your company logo within the showcase area. More details about the six project showcases available for sponsorship will be shared when registration opens on April 5th.

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So why is Matt Kenseth begging for sponsors for his No. 17 car? Crown Royal bailed out as Kenseth's primary sponsor after the 2011 season after two years. DeWalt acted as primary sponsor during Kenseth's first 10 years. Best Buy signed on to sponsor nine races in 2012 and Roush Fenway has sold a few other races to Valvoline, Zest and Ford EcoBoost. But Kenseth, 39, is still without sponsorship for half of Nascar's 36 races, which is stunning for a guy with his resume.

Roush Fenway faced a perfect storm last year in terms of sponsorships. The primary sponsor deals on its four Sprint cars all expired and with the economy still sputtering, potential partners were limited. Roush was eventually able to piece together sponsors for the No. 99 car of Carl Edwards and No. 16 car of Greg Biffle. The No. 6 has no sponsorship beyond Daytona and will not run in 2011 unless sponsors are found.

Kenseth entered December with no sponsor commitments for his car, but owner Jack Roush was insisting that he would run the No. 17 car in 2012 with or without sponsors. Best Buy stepped in to buy nine races on the No. 17 car and two on the No. 99. The $51 billion-in-sales retailer dropped its full-season sponsorship of Richard Petty Motorsports No. 43 car in favor of the Roush buy. Best Buy reduced its Nascar commitment, but signed on with two proven drivers in Edwards and Kenseth.

Kenseth remains one of Nascar's top-earning drivers despite his sponsorship woes. He earned $11.5 million in 2011 from salary and endorsements, as well as his share of driver winnings and licensing income. His fourth place finish in the Sprint Cup standings generated $7.9 million in winnings and bonuses that is split with his team. Sales of his licensed merchandise was ninth highest in Nascar last year. The Daytona win was worth $1.6 million for Kenseth and his team, a record payout for the Daytona 500.

Can a Daytona 500 win be a springboard for Kenseth for more sponsor dollars? Traditionally very few Nascar sponsorships are sold after January. Many teams are already looking to start lining up sponsors for 2013. Trevor Bayne faced sponsorship problems in 2011 before he became the first rookie to ever win the Daytona 500. The win hardly triggered a sponsorship glut for Bayne. He picked up sponsors for a couple more races in 2011, but he still could only race half the season because of lack of corporate support.

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Using the same sponsorship model that has worked so well for Target, primary sponsors Best Buy are now attracting some of their major retail partners into sponsorship in return for better in-store promotion.

"Best Buy is proud to have Comcast partner with us in sponsoring the #66 team," said Barry Judge, senior vice president of marketing for Best Buy. "We strive to offer our customers the best products and services available, and that's what Comcast represents. Consumers can not only get the top names in TV's and computers at Best Buy, but also sign up with the nation's leading cable and Internet provider. It's one stop shopping."cmgAdQueuePush( function() AccelerateAdManager.displayAd("ad-mpu-2-mobile"); );

"This sponsorship is a natural extension of our longstanding retail partnership with Best Buy," said Marvin Davis, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Comcast. "Comcast's HD and high-speed Internet services bring the excitement of being trackside right to the customer's living room or PC."

Most companies find that many of their customers are NASCAR fans. So it is unsurprising that Target, General Mills, 3M, Fastenal and Best Buy chose NASCAR sponsorships to reach and influence customers.

A NASCAR sponsorship can cost millions or even tens of millions of dollars. Prices for sponsorship have dropped in recent years, as NASCAR attendance fell off with the slumping economy. That has made sponsorships relatively more affordable. But industry watchers say prices will rise if the economy continues its rebound.

Some sponsorship opportunities are best left untapped. Calvin Klein and Warped Tour executives quickly realized that the upscale clothing company was a poor fit for a tour that attracts teens who support alternative rockers.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Swann, the leader in Do-It-Yourself security products for over 35 years, adds a NASCAR Xfinity Series season opener sponsorship of Ryan Vargas for the Beef. It's What's For Dinner. 300 during Daytona 500 Weekend.

Your sponsorship of our anniversary event supports our life-changing career and college readiness work and helps ensure that all of our young people can access family-supporting, meaningful careers and contribute to a strong and vibrant community. 041b061a72


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