DENVER, N.C. — official team release — Sarah Cornett-Ching Racing photo —
Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co. the number one manufacturer of work apparel worldwide, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas is teaming up with Sarah Cornett-Ching in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East for the 2016 season.
The partnership will include the remaining 13 races of the NASCAR K&N East season. The team will debut the new livery at this weekend’s Mobile 150 in Mobile, Alabama.
The family-owned Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company is the only global workwear company outfitting workers head-to-toe. Since its humble beginnings as a Texas overalls manufacturer in 1922 they have grown to represent the top brand names in Performance workwear: Dickies®, Walls®, Van Moer, Kodiak®, Terra® and Workrite®.
“I am honored to be able to represent Dickies this year, it’s a brand I’ve seen my dad wear every day of his working life and one I have had the privilege of wearing throughout my career as a welder as well,” said Cornett-Ching. “Not only do they make quality workwear but they have a great selection of women’s workwear and casual wear too.”
In her rookie year in a NASCAR sanctioned series and just her second year of professional racing Canadian Sarah Cornett-Ching is already one of the most anticipated young drivers to make the journey through the NASCAR ranks.
Sarah spent four years as a welder and has experienced firsthand the quality of the Dickies brand; “It was not until recently I became aware of all of the different types of product Dickies offers. They have even branched into Tactical Wear in 2016.”
Dickies is a perfect fit for Sarah, what she stands for and believes in, a small family owned company who are true to their roots, and continuously strive to exceed customer expectations.
Ninety years of integrity, innovation and excellence have made Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company the trusted global leader in full-service workwear solutions.
CREDIT: Sarah Cornett-Ching PR