Arrowhead Brass, a leading US-based global manufacturer of quality lead-free plumbing and irrigation products, has announced the signing of a multi-year agreement as a NASCAR Contingency Sponsor in both the Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series. As part of the agreement, the company will present the Arrowhead Brass “Arrow Up” award at each race, recognizing the driver who improves the most positions from start to finish.
“Arrowhead Brass is excited to be involved with NASCAR as a Contingency Sponsor and to launch the new ‘Arrow Up’ award that recognizes outstanding on-track performance throughout the racing season,” says Jim Kapparos, Managing Director of Marketing and Sales at Arrowhead Brass.
“For over 86 years, our company’s values of teamwork, dedication, and customer commitment have helped make Arrowhead Brass a staple of quality for generations in American homes,” adds Kapparos. “As a longtime NASCAR fan, I admire the extraordinary commitment to teamwork and excellence that these dedicated NASCAR teams demonstrate each weekend. As a proud sponsor of the Arrowhead Brass ‘Arrow Up’ award, we look forward to showcasing the driver at each event who keeps NASCAR fans at the edge of their seats by charging through the field to compete for the checkered flag.”
About the Arrowhead Brass “Arrow Up” Award
Arrowhead Brass will present an “Arrow Up” award at each race in both the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Each event’s award will go to the participating driver (i.e. displaying the Arrowhead Brass contingency decal on the car) who improves the most positions from the start of the race to their finishing position. In the event of a tie between drivers, the award will go to the driver who finishes at the higher position.
At the end of the 2022 race season, the driver who has won the most weekly “Arrow Up” awards throughout the season will be named the 2022 Arrowhead Brass “Arrow Up” Champion. An award will be given in both the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In the event of a tie between drivers, the driver with the highest NASCAR points total will capture the season award in each series.
— Arrowhead Brass —