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Nascar Experience at Toyota of Scranton

Kyle Bush Motorsports #18
Toyota of Scranton Tundra

 Featured at the Pocono 125
at Long Pond, Saturday August 6th at 1:00 PM.


 

Toyota of Scranton keeps passion on the track with sponsorship of Kyle Busch's Tundra at Pocono Raceway in 2011

TSS Helps BRINGING TOP Toyota TUNDRA To Pocono
Toyota Scion of Scranton (TSS) is again proud to be a sponsor of Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) for the second consecutive year at Pocono Raceway. KBM is bringing its top Tundra to the "Tricky Triangle" for Saturday's Good Sam Emergency Road Service 125. Toyota of Scranton, along with its over 100 employees, take their passion for cars from the showroom to the track. Managing Partner, Greg Gagorik, stated, "Kyle is a great driver and we're happy he races our great brand. Toyota of Scranton is excited to support KBM and Kyle on his way to 100 more career wins".
   
Toyota Scion of Scranton is one of Pennsylvania's newest Toyota showrooms. "We exceed our customer's expectations by having expertly trained Toyota sales consultants and service technicians and by providing great prices on our huge inventory of new and used cars, vans, trucks and SUVs" stated Gagorik. "We are proud to serve residents of North East Pennsylvania with the areas largest selection of new Toyotas."
   
CocoaVia™, cocoa extract dietary supplements made by Mars Botanical™, will be the primary sponsor on Busch's Tundra for Saturday's 50-lap race. Located just 30 miles from Pocono Raceway,

Toyota of Scranton -- one of Pennsylvania's newest Toyota showrooms -- returns as an associate sponsor of the No. 18 at their hometown track.



2010 Sponsorship
Kyle Bush Motorsports #18
Toyota of Scranton Tundra


The Nascar Experience

In July of 2010 Kyle Busch made an appearance at Toyota of Scranton. The Toyota of Scranton In-Field Experience which took place from Thursday July 29th, through Saturday July 3,1 2010. Open to fans of all ages, this massive three-day event featured a meet and greet with NASCAR superstar Kyle Busch on Thursday July 29th, NASCAR race simulators, NASCAR vehicle displays including the #18 Snickers Toyota Camry and the #18 Interstate Toyota Tundra, food, entertainment and more.

 

The event kicked off with a press conference with Busch taking questions from media and fans and was on hand to sign autographs for a crowd of over 1200 Nascar fans.
 
  As an additional segment of the partnership with Kyle Busch, Toyota of Scranton sponsored the No. 18 Toyota Tundra for Kyle Busch Motorsports in last years inaugural Camping World Truck Series race at Pocono Raceway. Kasey Kahne piloted the No. 18 truck in the Pocono Mountains 125 to a second place finish while Busch competed later that day in the Nationwide Series event at Iowa Speedway. The No. 18 Toyota Tundra featured the Toyota of Scranton logo on the hood and side panels as part of the sponsorship agreement.
 

The inaugural race at Pocono Raceway for the Camping World Truck Series began before a crowd of over 40,000 race fans, with Elliot Sadler (#2 GT Vodka Chevy) and Kasey Kahne (#18 Toyota of Scranton Toyota Tundra Toyota) on the front row. Early in the race, Sadler and Kahne battled over the race lead, but eventually Todd Bodine (#30 Germain Toyota) and Austin Dillon (#3 Bass Pro Shops Chevy) would emerge as contenders. Late in the running, though, Dillon would make contact with Bodine in turn 2, causing Bodine to spin and bring out the caution. On the ensuing restart, drivers were beginning to push the envelope and get after it with only 7 laps to go. This would lead to trucks going 4 and even 5 wide, leading to another wreck involving Ron Hornaday (#33 Ollie's Bargain Outlet Chevy) and Austin Dillon. This would lead to a green-white-checkered finish between Kahne and Salder, giving Salder his first victory in the Camping World Truck Series.

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