After finishing 11th at Road America over the weekend, Brandon Brown chopped his points deficit to just 33 points below the playoff cutline with nine races to go in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ regular season.
Heading into Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend, a track Brown finished a disappointing 33rd at in March, the No. 68 team will have sponsorship from Baby Doge Coin.
“I’m looking forward to heading back to “Hotlanta” this weekend where it looks like the track is going to live up to its nickname. The forecast looks warm, which means the race track will be hot and slick, so having good forward drive is going to be a big key to success.
“When we were here in the spring, we got taken out late in the race after running in and around the Top-10, so there’s definitely some redemption that our team is looking for in regards to finishing where we ran all race long back in March.
“This weekend, we’re proud to welcome Baby Doge Coin aboard our No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro as the newest partner of Brandonbilt Motorsports. Baby Doge Coin is a brand new cryptocurrency with a unique goal; to save as many dogs as possible. Since their beginning in June of 2021, they have almost donated $100,000 to help save dogs and are considered the world’s first dog-charity cryptocurrency.
“Being a dog owner and animal lover myself, I’m very excited about this partnership and the meaning behind Baby Doge Coin’s initiatives. The car looks awesome and I can’t wait for everybody to see it on track this weekend.”
About Baby Doge Coin
Baby Doge Coin was born June 1st , 2021. The mission was simple: save dogs. Birthed by fans & members of the Doge Coin online community, Baby Doge is being labeled as the world’s 1st dog-charity cryptocurrency. Having quickly ammased over 368,000 holders & 100,000 followers on Twitter, even Elon Musk recently tweeted about Baby Doge. Baby Doge has already donated over $75,000 to help save dogs & has plans to donate much more.