LEXINGTON, N.C. — Kaulig Racing has announced that the Moose Fraternity will be the primary partner on the No. 10 Chevrolet with Ross Chastain for three upcoming NASCAR Xfinity Series races.
The partnership begins at the Daytona Int’l Speedway road course on Aug. 15.
The Loyal Order of Moose, founded in 1888 in Mooseheart, Ill., is an international fraternal and service organization dedicated to bringing communities closer together. With more than one million members, the Moose Fraternity volunteers in local neighborhoods and contributes between $75 and $100 million annually to charitable organizations globally.
“Within the Moose Fraternity we have a solid base of members who are devoted fans of NASCAR racing,” said Moose International CEO Scott Hart. “Our partnership with Kaulig Racing and Ross Chastain will bring not only racing excitement to our one million members, but provides a unique focus on our missions of helping children, seniors and communities.”
“Kaulig Racing and the Moose Fraternity present a perfect match. There is a strong sense of family within both organizations and a belief that each member holds equal importance on the team.”
Along with serving local communities, the Moose Fraternity gives its members the opportunity to gather socially and celebrate life together in each local Moose Lodge.
“We are excited to have the Moose Fraternity on board our No. 10 Chevrolet,” said Kaulig Racing team president Chris Rice. “Finding a partner whose values align with ours is very rare. We attribute our appetite for success with being a team with many motivated individuals who function as one, much like the Moose Fraternity.
“We know that community is important, especially during this hard time, so we are looking forward to coming together and building on this partnership with the Moose Fraternity.”