MAY 2013


(Posted Fri. May 17th, 2013)

May 17: With NASCAR ® season heating up, the National Corn Growers Association reminds members that they are entitled to exclusive online NASCAR news and discounts as part of the association’s American Ethanol partnership with the sport. Through this online portal to all things NASCAR, members can access a customized site that offers the best deals on NASCAR tickets, discounts with other NASCAR partners and a vast assortment of other fun extras.

In the “Deals” section of the website, members have access to exclusive offers on the latest gear and unadvertised offers from Official NASCAR Partners and Licensees such as:

  • Bank of America
  • Exide Batteries
  • New Holland
  • Sprint Wireless
  • UPS

Additionally, the NASCAR Fuel for Members website offers many other exciting and valuable benefits. The “Race Tickets” section hooks NCGA members up with the best ticket deals on the circuit. Through NASCAR RacePoints, the official rewards program of NASCAR, NCGA members can enroll and earn points when purchasing NASCAR apparel, merchandise, collectibles and experiences.

NASCAR Fuel for Members also provides exclusive information and web extras through the “Fan Center” page. Here, NCGA members can view weekly race videos, become part of NASCAR’s social network and find the NASCAR Fan Guide, wallpaper and screen saver downloads. Avid fans are even invited to test their NASCAR knowledge and win amazing prizes through a trivia challenge in the “Play to Win” section.

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NASCAR Fuel for Members is made possible through NCGA participation in American Ethanol’s partnership with NASCAR. Representing a wide array of ethanol supporters, from farmers to bio-engineering firms, American Ethanol was established by Growth Energy in partnership with NCGA. By establishing a marketing partnership with NASCAR which began in the 2011 racing season, the same year that NASCAR switched its fuel to Sunoco Green E15, American Ethanol educates and informs the broader American public about the benefits of U.S.-made ethanol.