(Newswire.net — May 3, 2019) Fort Worth, Texas — Standout Management Group and NASCAR driver Gray Gaulding announce primary sponsor World Wide Safety Consulting (WWSC) to be front and center on the No. 08 Chevrolet Camaro competing in the Xfinity Series Allied Steel Buildings 200 this Saturday, May 5th at Dover International Speedway.
World Wide Safety Consulting, located in Palm Coast, Florida, understands the importance of protecting a company’s most valuable asset, its employees. They combine their expertise with world-class training to always provide their customers with the ultimate in professional safety consulting services from experts trained in the current and best safety practices in the industry.
“Safety is always a top priority for our team. I’m proud to represent a company like World Wide Safety Consulting and the high-quality consulting services they offer to make sure companies keep their employees safe in all work situations”, said Gray Gaulding. “Tom and Lisa have become a part of our race family since running Phoenix back in March and I am so thankful for their passion for the sport and stepping up as our primary sponsor this week for the last Dash4Cash race.”
“World Wide Safety Consulting is proud to be partnering with Gray and SS Greenlight this weekend at Dover. The last 2 months have been quite a ride for us to participate with Gray at the track and help him chase his dream to become the best driver in NASCAR” said WWSC CEO, Tom Moravec. “After being with Gray last weekend for his best career finish at Talladega, there was no way we would miss being at Dover to support our favorite NASCAR driver.”
In addition to WWSC, new sponsor Mane ‘n Tail joins Gray in the 200 mile Dash4Cash along with Panini America. “It’s exciting to be able to bring Mane ‘n Tail onboard during such a big horse and car racing weekend. My family and I are really looking forward to using their products long term. It’s pretty cool how they reached out to us earlier this week on www.sponsorgray.com to help with our current need for sponsors”, said Gaulding.