THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS return to the track for The North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway
COLUMBIA, SC (MAY 17, 2017) — When the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series returns to the track this Friday at Charlotte Motor speedway for its fifth event of the 2017 schedule, the University of South Carolina Gamecocks will once again be on board the No. 66 Bolen Motorsports Chevrolet. The Gamecocks were last on board at Martinsville Speedway in conjunction with the men’s and women’s run to the NCAA Final Four culminating in a national title for the Gamecock women’s team. The Bolen Motorsports team also came home with a team best finish of seventh place with Ross Chastain behind the wheel.
The South Carolina women’s basketball team brought home the University’s first women’s basketball national title and will use Friday’s event to showcase and celebrate that accomplishment. After an overwhelming response from fans following the NCAA Title runs and the Gamecock paint scheme, Bolen Motorsports has commissioned an officially licensed Gamecock Die-cast that is currently on sale with production and delivery expected early this fall. This 1:24 scale die-cast replica is currently available for pre-purchase at www.GamecockDieCast.com.
Team owner Jeff Bolen, an alumnus of the University of South Carolina, is looking forward to having the Gamecocks on board once again. “Really cool to see how this partnership with the University Athletics department has all come together,” said Jeff. “To be able to showcase them and their accomplishments has been really neat.”
Bolen Motorsports and driver Ross Chastain are returning to action this Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway where they currently sit 16th in the series point standings and look forward to carrying the University of South Carolina and its athletics department under the lights Friday Night.
About USC: The University of South Carolina (USC), located in the capital city of Columbia, was established in 1801 and is a full-service, state-supported research university that includes the 358-acre Columbia campus and seven regional campuses with a total full-time student body population of more than 46,000 and 2,100 full-time faculty members. USC’s athletic teams have been known as the Gamecocks for more than 100 years. More than 530 student-athletes participate in one of USC’s 21 intercollegiate athletic programs, which includes nine men’s and 12 women’s sports. For more information, visit www.GamecocksOnline.com or connect with USC at www.facebook.com/GamecocksOnline or www.twitter.com/GamecocksOnline.
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