EAST WINDSOR, N.J. - TRAQM.com, the leader in personal and business GPS trackers, announced today its sponsorship of Phil Parsons Racing’s No. 98 entry this weekend at Pocono Raceway. Mike Skinner will carry TRAQM.com’s colors aboard his Ford Fusion in Sunday’s Pennsylvania 400.
TRAQM.com, headquartered in East Windsor, New Jersey, will serve as Skinner’s primary sponsor with its logos on the hood, quarter panels and TV panel of the car. It will be TRAQM.com’s first partnership with Phil Parsons Racing.
“We’re very excited to be a part of this sport and our partnership with Phil Parsons Racing,” said Alfred Demola, president of TRAQM.com. “NASCAR racing is a great fit for us to showcase our products. Much like a race team, we want to gather and report as much information as possible about a driver’s performance. Whereas a race team focuses on making its car go faster, we provide tracking and satellite technology that allows you to monitor a driver in your family or business. Whether it’s to make sure your teen doesn’t break the speed limit or stays within a certain range, or just verifying that your sales force are making all of their appointments on time, we will provide you with the most accurate and current information at industry-low pricing. We look forward to being a part of this team and the sport for a long time to come.”
Skinner has 12 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starts at Pocono. He has earned one pole and four top-10 finishes. His best performance came in 1997, which he finished in sixth place. He looks forward to his first weekend with TRAQM.com.
“Everyone at Phil Parsons Racing is thrilled to have TRAQM.com onboard our Fusion this week at Pocono,” said team owner Phil Parsons. “They’re a perfect fit for NASCAR Racing. I know our fans will love their technology and what they offer. TRAQM.com is basically your full-time spotter when it comes to your family and your business. You’ll know everything that’s going on with their driving. I’m proud to have them on our car and look forward to racing with them this weekend.”
Sunday’s Pennsylvania 400 will air live on ESPN on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.