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Chad Finchum Returns to Cup Series in Nashville

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STATESVILLE, N.C. (June 25, 2024) – Motorsports Business Management (MBM Motorsports) announced today that Knoxville, Tennessee native Chad Finchum will return to the NASCAR Cup Series to drive the No. 66 Cooper&Hunter / Land Loan TN Ford Mustang Dark Horse in the Ally 400 at Nashville Superspeedway on June 30.

With more than 20 years of experience in air conditioning and ventilation, Cooper&Hunter has grown into a leading HVAC market player. The brand is dedicated to technological innovation and consumer-driven product development, generating HVAC equipment that adheres to the highest quality standards, providing reliable, energy-efficient, and cost-effective air conditioning solutions.

Cooper&Hunter marketing director Jake Neto commented on the brand’s ongoing presence in NASCAR: “We are thrilled to continue our sponsorship with MBM Motorsports, a team we deeply admire and respect for their achievements and values. Supporting Chad Finchum, an HVAC technician, client, and driver, who has consistently demonstrated his skills and talent in the sport, is a source of pride for us. We believe this partnership perfectly represents HVAC NASCAR speed.”

Also jumping onboard for Nashville is Land Loan TN, providing loans with convenient and easy terms for Tennessee landowners. They are a private lending organization offering bridge loans with flexible terms and specifically tailored for raw land assets.

Finchum will be competing in his home state for the third time in Cup. The 29-year-old’s best premier series qualifying run to date came in his one prior start at this track in 2021.

“I am excited for the challenge of returning to the NASCAR Cup Series along with my first start in the Next Gen car,” driver Chad Finchum said. “Having partners like Cooper&Hunter and Land Loan TN behind me to grow with MBM Motorsports is special, and I hope that we can give them something to cheer about on Sunday.”

MBM Motorsports team owner Carl Long also commented on the developing partnership, as Cooper&Hunter and Land Loan TN sponsor a NASCAR Cup Series entry for the first time.

“The entire team at Cooper&Hunter has been amazing to grow with,” team owner Carl Long said. “We began our relationship with them in Miami last year and are expanding their involvement with Chad and the team this season.”

The Cooper&Hunter / Land Loan TN No. 66 Ford Mustang Dark Horse hits the track Saturday, June 29 for practice and qualifying. Coverage of the Ally 400 on network NBC begins on Sunday, June 30 at 3:30 pm ET.

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