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NSCS: David Gilliland returns to Front Row Motorsports

Front Row Motorsports announced on Tuesday, January 13th that David Gilliland will return in 2015 for the full 2015 Sprint Cup Series schedule. Gilliland’s No. 38 Ford will carry the colors of Love’s Travel Stops for 18 races.

“I am beyond excited about Love’s commitment to our program and to growing it each year,” Gilliland said. “What I’m most proud of is the simple fact that it’s working. Our program does exactly what a NASCAR partnership is supposed to do. It’s been hugely successful, for us and for them. I can’t wait to see what we can do as a team this year.”

The 38-year-old is entering his 10th season in NASCAR, and sixth with FRM. He earned the FRM their first pole in 2014, and will look to continue to improving on their success of the past couple of seasons.

“I’m really proud of how our relationship has grown with Love’s Travel Stops,” team owner Bob Jenkins said. “It’s a great success story of a company coming to the sport and partnering with the race team that can best deliver exactly what they’re looking for. The partnership has grown each year, and we look forward to it growing even more in the years to come.”

This will mark Love’s Travel Stops third year as a partner with the team as their 18 races will include the Daytona 500, both races at Texas Motor Speedway, and both road course events. The Okalahoma, City based company “has grown to become one of America’s favorite travel stops offering clean, modern facilities stocked with fuel, food and supplies for travelers”.

“This partnership enables Love’s to build closer relationships with our customers and highlight the Fast, Clean, Friendly service we’re known for,” Dave Frankenfield, director of marketing for Love’s, said. “Gilliland is a great ambassador for Love’s, often stopping at our locations throughout the country during his personal travels. The engagement he values with his fans and our customers makes this relationship strong.”

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