Richard Childress Racing and Waste Masters are once again joining forces for the second-straight year at Dover International Speedway. A leading provider of environmental solutions, trash removal, dumpsters, recycling service and equipment in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey, Waste Masters will serve as the primary sponsor on Ryan Newman’s No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 at the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race at the Monster Mile on October 7.
Also included on the quarter panels of the No. 31 will be the 22 in 22 Challenge. Steve Masterson, president and CEO of Waste Masters, who is also an Air Force veteran, hopes to highlight the Challenge and raise awareness about the U.S. military suicide crisis. All funds raised through the Challenge will be donated to Stop Soldier Suicide (stopsoldiersuicide.org), the nation’s first veteran-founded-and-led 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to preventing military suicide.For more information, to join or donate, visit the 22 in 22 Challenge (22in22.info).
“We are so pleased to once again partner with RCR to sponsor the No. 31 team,” said Masterson. “We’ve enjoyed getting to know Richard, Ryan and the entire team over the last year. We are excited to connect the strength and patriotism of NASCAR fans, the winning attitude of RCR, the compassion of Waste Masters and skill of Ryan Newman to chase down a solution to the epidemic that plagues too many of our warriors. This partnership highlighting the 22 in 22 Challenge allows us to reach hundreds of thousands of people who want to be part of the solution.”
Last year, Waste Masters debuted on the No. 31 Chevrolet Camaro during the NASCAR Playoffs where coverage throughout the weekend garnered valuable exposure on and off the track for the privately-owned company which is committed to excellence and providing solutions to their clients across the Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey regions. Waste Masters strives to minimize client costs, optimize efficiency and reduce or eliminate environmental impact, while maintaining a positive work environment where employees are encouraged to develop their skills and be recognized for their commitment.
— Richard Childress Racing —