Dover officials announced today that Allied Steel Buildings will serve as the entitlement partner for its NASCAR Xfinity Series Dash 4 Cash race on Saturday, May 4, at Dover International Speedway, part of the track’s 50th Anniversary celebration.
The “Allied Steel Buildings 200” NASCAR Xfinity Series Dash 4 Cash race at the Monster Mile is the fourth and final Dash 4 Cash race on the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule. Four NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers, based on their finish at Talladega the previous week, will be eligible for a $100,000 bonus at the end of the race.
Allied Steel Buildings, headquartered in Florida, is a global building supplier that designs, engineers and manages steel structures for pre-engineered steel buildings and conventional steel structures. Since 2003, Allied Steel Buildings has successfully managed more than 5,000 steel building projects in 64 countries.
“Dover’s focus on creating rewarding experiences for their fans aligns perfectly with our client promise, and is the reason why we decided to partner with them,” Allied Steel Buildings President Mike Lassner said. “NASCAR fans have been great customers for Allied over the years and we look forward to interacting with thousands of them at Dover International Speedway with our sponsorship of the NASCAR Xfinity Series Dash 4 Cash race on May 4.”
The May 3-5 NASCAR tripleheader weekend at Dover International Speedway also includes the “JEGS 200” NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race on Friday, May 3 and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, May 5.
“Since their company’s inception, Allied has focused on not just gaining customers but building long term relationships. Our goals match up well with theirs which is why we have both decided to become partners not only for the spring NASCAR Xfinity Series race but for the future of our facility as well,” said Mike Tatoian, president and CEO of Dover International Speedway. “We are happy to have them on board to help us celebrate with our fans throughout our 50th anniversary season.”