Pocono Organics Joins Jacob Companies as Primary Sponsor on the No. 51 at Pocono Raceway


July 25, 2019 (Thomasville, NC) – Rick Ware Racing welcomes Pocono Organics alongside Jacob Companies as the primary sponsor on the No. 51 entry this weekend at Pocono Raceway. Piloting the Pocono Organics, Jacob Companies Ford is Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran, BJ McLeod.

Pocono Organics, one of the largest public-facing regenerative organic farms in North America, is located on a 90-acre parcel of land in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Pocono Organics has partnered with Rodale Institute, the global leaders in Regenerative Organic Agriculture practices and research, to manage the farm and further expand this mission and message. 

"We are very fortunate to be able to partner with Ashley Walsh, founder of  Pocono Organics, and bring awareness about Pocono Organics on our Jacob Companies No. 51 this weekend at Pocono," commented Don Perry, owner of Jacob Companies. "Pocono Organics is leading the way with how natural foods will be grown in the future. It is reassuring to know that their foods will be grown in a way that will help later generations have safe and healthy foods."

"RWR takes a great amount of pride in participating with different companies by helping promote them on the NASCAR stage. After reading up and learning more about Pocono Organics, I am especially proud to have them on our car this weekend. As a professional sports team, we all are very particular about what we eat and want to make sure that we are taking care of our bodies as much as possible. Pocono Organics is showing us the future, right now, on how foods can be grown naturally and be a healthier alternative," said team owner, Rick Ware. 

For more information on Pocono Organics, visit their website at www.PoconoOrganics.com.  For up-to-date information on Rick Ware Racing and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.WareRacing.com or follow along on social media; Facebook, Twitter or Instagram



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Pocono Organics is the vision of Ashley Walsh, granddaughter of Doctors Joe and Rose Mattioli who founded and built Pocono Raceway. Her dream was to create a non-GMO Regenerative Organic Farm that would have a significant, positive impact on local and global scales by becoming a source of healthy food options as well as an educational hub to advance the efforts of Regenerative Organic Farming.