Jennifer Jo Cobb and Jennifer Jo Cobb Racing have announced a new sponsorship deal with Affinity Worldwide that began in July.
The Kansas City, KS native has 139 starts in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with her best career finish coming at Daytona in 2011 where she finished sixth. Most recently, Cobb earned her season best finish two weekends ago at Pocono Raceway where she finished 18th.
“Affinity Worldwide is such a wonderful organization representing so many brands and that makes this a sponsorship with great potential to grow. Aside from that fact, one of the things I appreciate most about it is that I am able to produce value both on and off the track by attending their Think Realty events, speaking to organizations on their behalf and even writing for one of their magazines, which is something I’ve enjoyed doing much of my life,” Cobb told OnPitRoad.com. “The founder, Mike Wrenn and his wife, Becky, are very warm and caring people and we share many of the same values and vision for the Kansas City community in which I am from. This is a a very exciting opportunity and I a grateful for their partnership.”
As the season continues, Cobb and her team will continue to promote the Support Military Foundation on both trucks with sponsorship from Affinity Worldwide.
“We at Support Military Foundation (SupportMilitary.org) are very excited to be working with Jennifer Jo Cobb and Affinity Worldwide. Both are great supporters of the military and out combined efforts we believe will improve the lives of out military members,” said Dell Hamilton Jr., co-founder of Support Military. “With a joint effort we hope to see a vision realized to benefit the lives of hundreds if not thousands of out heroes.
“We anticipate that both Jennifer and Affinity associates will be involved in many of the Support Military Foundation programs including our VIP race day experience, visits to base deployment dinners, VA hospitals, and family outings with out military community.”
“Driven2Honor and Support Military share the same overall purpose to support and honor our those who have served our country. I have worked closely with Dell and one of the [co-founders], Steve “Chappy” West, in the past. With the Affinity/Think Realty sponsorship I am able to grow my involvement with Support Military and that is going to open some new doors for Driven2Honor as well,” Cobb told OnPitRoad.com about the teams relationship with The Support Military Foundation.
Cobb will pilot the No. 10 truck this weekend while Ray Ciccarelli will make his second career start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driving the No. 0. Michigan has been a strong track for the Kansas City native. Her best finish came during the 2016 season came at Michigan where she finished 17th, and she’ll try to improve on that this weekend.