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Anest Iwata Partners with BK Racing as the Primary Sponsor for Matt Dibenedetto

Anest Iwata will be the primary sponsor on Dibenedetto's No. 83 Toyota.
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2015 NSCS No. 83 Anest Iwata Toyota Camry Rendition

 

Anest Iwata, headquartered in West Chester, Ohio, has partnered with BK Racing as a primary sponsor on Matt DiBenedetto's No. 83 Toyota at Kentucky Speedway.

 

Anest Iwata USA, is the North American Spray Equipment Headquarters for the Anest Iwata Corporation of Yokohama, Japan.  As the leading producer of spray guns in the world, Anest Iwata specializes in painting equipment, turnkey coating systems, air compressors and high-end dry vacuum pumps. In addition to being a primary sponsor this weekend, Anest Iwata joins BK Racing as an associate sponsor for the remainder of the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup season.

 

"I am excited to have new colors on board my BK Racing Toyota," Matt DiBenedetto comments. "Anest Iwata is a great partner of BK Racing's, so it's awesome to have them as a primary sponsor on my No. 83 Toyota.”

 

"Anest Iwata is honored to work with BK Racing in 2015, and for many years to come," Nicolle Williams, Marketing Manager at Anest Iwata comments. "We are incredibly honored to hold the primary sponsor position for Matt DiBenedetto and can't wait to see the No. 83 Anest Iwata Toyota under the lights at Kentucky Speedway."

 

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