Source: PFC Brakes announcement
CLOVER, S.C. – PFC Brakes announced its sponsorship of The Not Another Racing Podcast featuring NASCAR drivers Matt DiBenedetto, Ryan Ellis and Konnor Fulk. The Not Another Racing Podcast gives racing fans a behind the curtain look into the lives of racing legends, past and present.
“We feel that outlets like The Not Another Racing Podcast are crucial to growing the sport we love and support. From a Friday night feature at your local asphalt or dirt track, to the super speedways on Sunday, everyone has a story to tell, and we can’t wait to help bring you those stories on The Not Another Racing Podcast ,” the company said.
The Not Another Racing Podcast has already had notable guests such as NASCAR Xfinity and Cup Series Driver AJ Allmendinger, Go Fas Racing General Manager Mason St. Hilaire, rising NASCAR star Hailie Deegan, Wood Bros Racing Senior VP Jon Wood, and NASCAR Cup Series Driver Garrett Smithley. The podcast plans on having more notable guests from the NASCAR industry as well as notable drivers and personalities from other racing series.
Solenium Group, PFC Brakes Partnership
The podcast was created through a partnership with Klik Marketing, a Charlotte-based full-service marketing company. Drivers Matt DiBenedetto and Ryan Ellis have been good friends and even teammates at several race teams over the last 7 years in NASCAR and realized they had great stories that would go untold without the creation of The Not Another Racing Podcast. Ryan and Konnor Fulk worked together years ago to find marketing partnerships, and Konnor was brought in as an independent NASCAR personality and insider. Together, their goal is to highlight the personalities and lighthearted stories that aren’t seen in your normal interviews and podcasts.
“I’m really excited that PFC has come on board to support our podcast. I know Matt and I have used PFC brakes a lot in our lives and I’ve always been a big fan of their products,” said NARP host Ryan Ellis. “When you’re fighting for tenths and hundredths of a second, every little bit counts, and I know we can count on PFC to give us and any other competitor a competitive edge when it counts. Our audience is built around racing fans, competitors, and gearheads, and I know that they will all support PFC because of this partnership.”