DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — JTG Daugherty Racing will be bringing back multiple sponsors to the team’s No. 47 Chevrolet driven by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. next season.
Three Kimberly-Clark brands are returning, including Cottonelle, which will be a co-primary sponsor in the Daytona 500 at Daytona (Fla.) Int’l Speedway in February. Stenhouse and the team won the Daytona 500 to kickoff this season.
“Daytona 500’s history and prestige makes us proud to be a sponsor of the No. 47 Kroger Racing Camaro that will be seen by millions of fans over the course of the season,” said Lakish Hatalkar, Cottonelle Senior Marketing Director. “We are coming off one the best seasons for JTG racing and we’re excited to continue to keep the partnership across the Cottonelle, Scott and Kleenex brands strong in 2024.”
“One of the most trusted and longstanding partners of ours, Kimberly-Clark, has returned to JTG Daugherty Racing and it’s a fun fact that the Daytona 500 is already sold out,” said Stenhouse Jr. “It feels like yesterday we were celebrating in victory lane with the No. 47 Kroger / Cottonelle Camaro and our Kroger Racing partners. We’re ready to defend our title.”
Along with Kimberly-Clark brands, Bimbo Bakeries USA will be back with the team.
Known for brands such as Thomas’ Breads, Sara Lee Artesano Bread, Entenmann’s, Ball Park Buns & Rolls and others, Stenhouse’s No. 47 will be sporting each brand in a variety of ways throughout the season.
“Bimbo Bakeries USA is thrilled to continue our longstanding partnership,” said Taylor Burgess, Sr. Omnichannel Marketing Manager, Bimbo Bakeries USA. “The team had an impressive 2023 season, and we feel confident 2024 will be even better. Keep an eye out for your favorite brands on the No. 47 Camaro.”