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#47 JTG Daugherty Racing Team News

Team Info

OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS
JTG Daugherty Racing
Ryan Preece

PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS
Kroger ClickList

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS LINKS

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
JTG Daugherty Racing – Twitter
JTG Daugherty Racing Facebook
Ryan Preece – Twitter

STATISTICS
Ryan Preece – RacingReference.info
JTG Daugherty Racing – RacingReference.info

MORE INFO
2019 #47 Paint Schemes
Paint Scheme Gallery

2019 sponsor schedule:
1) Daytona: Kroger
2) Atlanta: Kroger
3) Las Vegas: Kroger
4) ISM Raceway: Kroger
5) Auto Club: Kroger
6) Martinsville: Kroger
7) Texas: Kroger
8) Bristol: Kroger
9) Richmond: Kroger
10) Talladega: Kroger
11) Dover: Kroger
12) Kansas: Kroger
Charlotte (All-Star): Kroger
13) Charlotte: Kroger
14) Pocono: Kroger
15) Michigan: Kroger
16) Sonoma: Kroger
17) Chicagoland: Kroger
18) Daytona: Kroger
19) Kentucky: Kroger
20) New Hampshire: Kroger
21) Pocono: Kroger
22) Watkins Glen: Kroger
23) Michigan: Kroger
24) Bristol: Kroger
25) Darlington: Kroger
26) Indianapolis: Kroger
27) Las Vegas: Kroger
28) Richmond: Kroger
29) Charlotte: Kroger
30) Dover: Kroger
31) Talladega: Kroger
32) Kansas: Kroger
33) Martinsville: Kroger
34) Texas: Kroger
35) ISM Raceway: Kroger
36) Homestead-Miami: Kroger

Contract Status: Driver: 2020+; Sponsors: Kroger 2018+; Kimberly-Clark: 2018?, Clorox/Kingsford 2018?

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Kroger shifting sponsorship strategy UPDATE: Major NASCAR sponsor Kroger is shifting its marketing focus this year with the JTG Daugherty Racing team to a “Delivery, Pickup, Ship” campaign to align with its three different e-commerce initiatives. Kroger had been most recently focusing on its ClickList initiative, where customers select their grocery order online before picking it up in stores. However, Kroger has rebranded the ClickList program as part of a wider e-commerce initiative, and the Cincinnati-based company is changing up its NASCAR focus as a result.(1-5-2019)
UPDATE: For a quarter of a century, JTG Daugherty Racing has been admired as a NASCAR team that is progressive in their sponsorship program development. The team today announced a revolutionary new NASCAR sponsorship strategy that focuses on shopper themes and will help participating brands communicate more effectively with consumers. The goal: to significantly increase sales for the sponsor brands and for The Kroger Co.[More](1-23-2019)

A.J. Allmendinger uncertain of 2019 plans: AJ Allmendinger, making his final start for JTG Daugherty Racing Sunday, says he is not sure when and where he’ll race again after this weekend. “As of right now, I have zero races planned,” Allmendinger told NBC Sports. “I’ve got nothing. Maybe there are races that crop up over the course of the season. I’ll say for sure, let’s go 95 percent sure, that I definitely won’t be racing a full season in anything.”[More](11-17-2018)

Chris Buescher running Hendrick engine at Texas: JTG Daugherty Racing will also swap crew chiefs back to their original teams next season.[More](11-3-2018)

Ryan Preece joining JTG Daugherty Racing: JTG Daugherty Racing announced today a new driver to their two-car lineup, signing 27-year-old Ryan Preece in a multi-year contract. Preece will join JTG Daugherty Racing for his first full-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season starting in the 2019 DAYTONA 500 at Daytona International Speedway driving the No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.[More](9-25-2018)

A.J. Allmendinger’s Darlington throwback will JTG Daugherty’s racing roots: AJ Allmendinger and the No. 47 Kroger ClickList team are throwing it back to their roots at Darlington Raceway for NASCAR Throwback, honoring driver Robert Pressley’s 1998 car. Allmendinger’s paint scheme pays tribute to the No. 59 car driven by Pressley for JTG Daugherty Racing in the 1998 NASCAR Busch Series (NASCAR XFINITY Series today). Pressley drove the red white and blue No. 59 Kingsford Match Light car for 18 races in that year with six top-10 finishes and two pole awards (Hickory Speedway and Auto Club Speedway).[More](8-23-2018)

Bush’s Beans extends sponsorship of JTG Daugherty Racing: As one of the longest standing partners with JTG Daugherty Racing, BUSH’S Beans has signed a multi-year partnership renewal with the race team as a primary partner on the No. 37 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, and an associate partner on both the No. 37 and the No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.[More](8-16-2018)

Driver changes at JTG Daugherty Racing next season? Ryan Preece and Daniel Hemric have been mentioned as possible replacements.[More](8-9-2018)

Allmendinger ready for Rolex 24: NASCAR drivers spent the first half of the week speaking with the media about the 2018 season. Among the drivers who held court was AJ Allmendinger, but the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wasn’t the only thing on his mind.[More](1-26-2018)

Kroger expanding Clicklist to Buescher’s #37 this season: Kroger is expanding its Clicklist activation with NASCAR’s JTG Daugherty Racing to have the digital shopping experience promoted across both the team’s Cup Series cars starting this season. Kroger began activating the Clicklist program, which allows curbside pickup of groceries purchased online, last year in NASCAR, but only promoted it on JTG’s #47 Chevy driven by A.J. Allmendinger. This year, it will begin promoting Clicklist on both the #47 as well as the #37 driven by Chris Buescher.[More](1-10-2018)