CHARLOTTE, N.C. (February 13, 2015) – After a productive NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut consisting of starts in the final two races of 2014, Jordan Anderson will continue his progression and make his first attempt to race at the historic Daytona International Speedway in next week’s NextEra Energy Resources 250 on Feb. 20.
Anderson, who hails from Forest Acres, SC, has put his past racing experience and college degree to work in creating the opportunity to go racing this year. Along with preparing the race truck in the shop, he has worked beside several new-to-the-series companies to procure partnerships for this season.
Florida based technology consulting firm Tri-Analytics will serve as the primary sponsor for Anderson on his #74 entry at Daytona. The sponsorship will mark both the company’s debut on a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series entry and the first event of a multi-race partnership with Anderson.
“It’s such a blessing to see this opportunity come together like it has, and have all the hard work and late nights pay off,” said Anderson as he began to install the rear suspension in his truck. “To race on the high banks at a track like Daytona, and the history that it has with NASCAR, is something that I’ve worked at with a passion since the first time I watched a race there as a kid in 2000. I’ve been very fortunate to have help from Mike Harmon in getting the truck ready that we’ll be racing down there and the support of Joe Corpé from Tri-Analytics, along with every single other person that has pitched in to make this dream go from a goal to a reality.”
Anderson began his relationship with Corpé after the company first partnered with him for a NASCAR East Series event at Richmond International Raceway last April. “Jordan is an athlete that embodies all the characteristics of a great human with a passion for achievement. It has been a pleasure getting to know him and this sport as we move forward working together” stated Corpé. “With our commitment to success and a mutual focus on how analytic solutions can help, we can’t wait to see how fast data can go on the track this year.”
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