New multi-year partner for Kelly Racing

Wednesday 17th August, 2011 - 8:04am


David Reynolds with Rick and Todd Kelly with the Glass Assist windscreen banner

David Reynolds with Rick and Todd Kelly with the Glass Assist windscreen banner

Kelly Racing has added auto glazing company Glass Assist to its portfolio of commercial partners.

Glass Assist branding will adorn the windscreens of Kelly Racing’s #11 Pepsi Max Commodore driven by Greg Murphy and #16 Stratco Commodore driven by David Reynolds, as well as additional branding on the rear of Todd and Rick Kelly’s Jack Daniel’s Commodores, for the 2011 and 2012 V8 Supercars Championship seasons.

“Glass Assist are extremely delighted to be partnering with Kelly Racing,” said Glass Assist CEO Stuart Davies.

“After researching multiple V8 sponsorship properties, the Kelly Racing team aligned perfectly with our brand and our business objectives. We’re excited about what the remainder of the 2011-12 season will bring and look forward to maximising our partnership opportunities.”

Kelly Racing commercial director and driver Rick Kelly welcomed Glass Assist to the team.

“We are really pleased to welcome Glass Assist as a major partner to Kelly Racing” said Rick Kelly.

“The Glass Assist brand is a perfect fit for our team and category and we have some exciting plans underway together. We look forward to developing a long and mutually beneficial partnership.”

Glass Assist is the auto glazing company preferred by Motoring Clubs throughout Australia and New Zealand and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Club Assist Pty Ltd. Glass Assist also operates in North America and soon to be Europe.

Club Assist is an Australian owned and operated company specialising in the supply, storage, distribution and installation of automotive batteries, automotive glass, alternators and starter motors to motoring clubs and their members globally.

Kelly Racing’s new partnership with Glass Assist will be seen for the first time at this weekend’s Coates Hire Ipswich 300 at Queensland Raceway. comment policy reserves the right to deny any post that is abusive or offtopic. Users are encouraged to flag/report comments which should be removed.

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