PRESTON, Conn. — Connecticut’s Max Zachem announced a new partnership with Southern New England real estate company Anytime Realty on Friday afternoon.
Beginning with the next NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race at Virginia’s Langley Speedway, Anytime Realty will serve as the primary sponsor of Zachem’s No. 20 for the remainder of the season.
“I’ve been following Max and his team for the past couple of years and have been really amazed with his progression and professionalism,” said Anytime Realty owner Don Parsons. “Max has been working hard to land me as a sponsor for months now and he is a persistent kid. He is also an underdog, and I’ve been there and know what its like. We are happy to jump on board as his primary sponsor for 2017.”
“I know nothing is going to feel better for Max than scoring that first win, and we want to be there with him in victory lane with our name on the car when he does.”
After three races in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, Zachem currently sits seventh in the championship standings, just 21 points adrift from leader Rowan Pennink.
Zachem started the season with two straight top-five finishes before wrecking out of the Spring Sizzler at Stafford Motor Speedway last weekend.
For his career, Zachem has a best result of second, but has been consistently knocking on the door of his first win.
“Don’s company will help bring our race team to the next level to go after that championship this season,” Zachem said. “He has top level commitment from the real estate market to the racetrack.”
Zachem returns to the track at Langley Speedway on May 13, the fourth race of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season.
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Kyle Souza is a Journalism major at the Roger Williams University in Bristol, R.I. Souza is Race Chaser Online’s New England motorsports insider, covering everything from the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour to the NASCAR Whelen All American Series and the PASS North Super Late Models.
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