Richard Childress Racing announced on Monday that payments and financial solutions company Netspend will serve as primary sponsor to Kyle Busch’s No.8 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for multiple races during the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season. Kelley Knutson, president of Netspend stated:
“Both Richard Childress Racing and Kyle Busch are living out their dreams every day, having won multiple championships and some of the most prestigious races in motorsports. “We’re looking forward to seeing the No. 8 Netspend Chevy on race tracks across America and delivering our key marketing and business objectives through this unique platform with the RCR team partnership.”
Netspend’s mobile accounts help people manage their money and build a better financial future. For over 20 years, Netspend’s modern everyday payment solutions have helped more than 10 million people on their journey to financial freedom — with perks like the ability to shop, pay bills, budget and manage money Ranytime, anywhere. Learn more about Netspend’s mobile accounts at Netspend.com.
Busch moved to RCR from Joe Gibbs Racing over the off-season and speaking about the new sponsorship agreement with Netspend, Torrey Galida, president of Richard Childress Racing said:
“We appreciate Netspend’s technology-focused approach to their business and unique ability to connect people and brands together with innovative payment solutions, which aligns well with Richard Childress Racing’s approach to our industry. “We’d like to welcome Netspend to RCR, and look forward to building brand awareness, engaging strategic partners, driving new business relationships, and introducing even more consumers to Netspend’s broad suite of payment products and technologies.”