LAS VEGAS - Eddie Sharp Racing (ESR) announced a new partnership at the National Hardware Show (NHS) in Las Vegas with NLKUSLLC that will showcase Trimmer Assist on the No. 8 Chevrolet for Max Gresham in two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.
The agreement will feature Trimmer Assist, a revolutionary new string trimmer and blower suspension system, and will be the first venture into NASCAR sponsorship for the Georgia-based company.
"We are so proud to partner with Max Gresham in the No. 8 Chevrolet for Eddie Sharp Racing," said Tony Hanes, inventor of Trimmer Assist. "Gresham represents the same fundamental principles of our Trimmer Assist brand - cleverness, strong work ethics, and commitment to success."
The Trimmer Assist features a bungee suspension system that can be used effectively on string trimmers, edgers or hand held blowers. Trimmer Assist also incorporates a proprietary connection system that allows quick and easy connections to all models. It also features a soft shoulder pad. Every Trimmer Assist has an additional quick release buckle for convenience. It is the best ergonomic solution to ease string trimmer and blower pain and fatigue.
The Trimmer Assist suspension delivers on the following elements:
· Replaces pain for comfort
· Replaces inefficiency for optimal efficiency
· Installs universally with multiple products
The partnership program will include two events in May along with the unveiling of Trimmer Assist at the National Hardware Show May 7-9, where Trimmer Assist will be showcased in the "Inventors Spotlight" area and booth IS202. Gresham will kick off the partnership by competing in the May 17 North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the No. 8 Chevrolet. Later, Trimmer Assist will adorn the No. 8 Eddie Sharp Racing Chevrolet as the primary sponsor with a full paint scheme at Dover Speedway on May 31, where it will feature the only grass in the infield.
Max Gresham, 20, has driven in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series since 2011 with 20 career starts. He was the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East champion earning two victories, four pole positions, nine top-five finishes and 11 top-10s in 12 starts.
"We cannot wait for Gresham to carry us past the checkered flag as we are very excited to ride with him," said Hanes.