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Hill adds B&B Charcoal at Texas

Rick Ware Racing(RWR) is proud to announce that Better Burning Charcoal will be featured on the #15 Ford driven by Timmy Hill. Their logo will be featured on the lower quarter panels and tv panel for the running of the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, Saturday night.

Since 1961, B&B Charcoal Inc. has been a leading Producer and Distributer of a complete line of lump charcoal products made from 100% Natural Oak, Mesquite, and Quebracho Blanco Wood. Through our unique process, we are able to rid our selected woods of all the unwanted foreign materials including resins/acids. What remains from our carbonization process is natural fiber, accounting for the subtle, natural flavor that foods capture when cooked with 100% natural B&B Lump Charcoal, that process has made it the "Expert's Choice" for the outdoor Bar-B-Quer and famous Chef's across the nation for the last 50 years. Our services include Industrial Distribution, Food Service and Grocery, Private Labeling and Online Ordering. We ship the highest quality All Natural Lump Charcoal, Wood Chips and Chunks, Wood Pellets and Logs.

For 50 years B&B has built a #1 reputation for our Quality, Service, Dependability, Availability, and Competitive Pricing, which has labeled the B&B Brand the LEADER for Natural BBQ Products across the Nation.

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Greetings Express joins Cobb at California

Rick Ware Racing (RWR) is proud to announce that Greeting Express has returned again as a primary sponsor for the organization for the Royal Purple 300 with driver Jennifer Jo Cobb at Auto Club Speedway this weekend.

“We are so blessed with the drivers RWR has provided for us over the past two years. Bobby Hamilton Jr. and Carl Long are great ambassadors for our brand and now with Jennifer Jo Cobb, it’s great to have a strong, beautiful woman to market with as well,” stated Kate Sessoms of Greeting Express.

Greeting Express, Inc., a custom web-to-print company offering everything from business cards to high-end photo books based in Durham, NC, is proud to announce the next chapter in its relationship with Rick Ware Racing as a primary sponsor. The multi-race deal will kicked off in Bristol, TN last weekend with #41 Nationwide Ford Mustang driven by Carl Long. Cobb will now pilot the entry. “I am so happy to drive the #41 Greeting Express Ford for Rick Ware Racing. The organization and Greeting Express value commitment, service and quality, all the things customers and NASCAR fans are looking for today!” stated Cobb. decided to return for the 2011 season because of the positive feelings surrounding their NASCAR debut, and the treatment they received as a sponsor with Rick Ware Racing. Founding President of Greeting Express, Inc. Kate Sessoms said, “bringing back our sponsorship for the race at Bristol is an opportune time for us as we are live launching our custom design studio and going full web to print the week leading up to the race. We are confident in not only the abilities of Rick Ware Racing from a sponsor point of view, but also appreciate how their close knit family mentality fits in with our own”.

“We are really excited that Greeting Express joined us with Jennifer,” stated Rick Ware. “Our organization has been getting stronger each year and with Greeting Express coming aboard, we know we can driver their message to the front with Jennifer.

Greeting Express, Inc. is thrilled for this next chapter with “the biggest little team in motorsports”, and is hopeful to build a lasting relationship with the dedicated team.

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No California love for Hill

Timmy Hill (#15)and Jennifer Jo Cobb (#41) both had a rough outing at the Auto Club Speedway this past weekend in California. With both never competing on the track and the young RWR team still trying to figure out the NEW car in the Nationwide Series showed just how tough this series can be.

Hill qualified his Ford in the 32nd position as Cobb managed to put her Lilly Trucking Ford, 40th on the grid.

"This place was tougher than we expected and never really got a hold of the track until the last 40 laps of the race, even though we turned nearly 130 laps of practice," Hill stated.

Cobb struggled with the setup and ultimately felt that the car was just to "far out" to compete without possibly wrecking it and ended up 38th on the day.

Hill stayed true all day to figure out the track and car and finished 32nd on the day.

"We learned a ton today and I think we can show that next week at Texas," claimed Hill.