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BUBBA burger Is The Primary Sponsor For Jake Crum To Drive In The John R. Elliot Hero Campaign 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series Race This Friday Night At Kentucky Speedway

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Jake Crum will be racing in the bold flames of the No. 86 BUBBA burger® Chevrolet Camaro tonight in the John R. Elliot Hero Campaign 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Kentucky Speedway. Crum, a native of Newport, TN returns to one of his favorite tracks on the NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule.

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The eye-catching design of the No.86 BUBBA burger car will be covered in the BUBBA fiery orange paint scheme. The design of the car directly reflects the BUBBA burger® brand and Jake Crum perfectly.

"Kentucky is one of my favorite tracks," said Crum. "I've had my best finish (13th) in the Camping World Truck Series at Kentucky, and I'm looking forward to making my first Nationwide Series start of the year in the BUBBA burger Camaro." "I appreciate the opportunity to represent BUBBA burger and DRG Motorsports," added Crum.

"The BUBBA burger car looks great, and we can't wait to get it on the track at Kentucky Speedway this weekend," added Andy Stenson Vice President of Marketing for BUBBA Foods, LLC. "NASCAR fans are some of the most brand loyal fans out there, and we love to participate in events like this,"

BUBBA burger® is sold in grocery stores nationwide throughout the United States as well as world-wide through the U.S. Military Commissary system. BUBBA burger® is a natural choice for quality and convenience, using only the highest quality meat to produce our uniquely shaped, gluten free BUBBA burgers. You can take them right from your freezer to your grill or skillet, and BUBBA burgers come in many varieties to fit any taste. Race to your favorite local grocer's freezer today and grab a box of BUBBA burgers® so that you are sure to have a winning race weekend!

Find more information on BUBBA burger® and all of the new products by visiting www.bubbafoods.com or find them on Facebook® @TheOfficialBUBBAburgerFanPage.

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