‘It means so much to support a cause I care about,’ Kyle Busch to once again join forces with PEDIGREE Foundation in Nashville cup race

Find out about PEDIGREE Foundation getting back as the primary sponsor of Kyle Busch for the upcoming Nashville cup Race

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Kyle Busch's No:18 JGR Toyota Camry for Nashville

Kyle Busch has been a dominant force in NASCAR in the last two decades as the “Rowdy” has been entertaining the race fans with his actions on and off the track. The younger brother of 2004 Cup Series Champion Kurt Busch has become an iconic name and a definite Hall of Famer in the future with his two championship-winning runs and the aggressive but skillful driving he showcases on the track.

The two-time Cup Series Champion though is infamous for his persona of being a trouble maker, which has produced a lot of haters or critics for the young Busch, he is definitely someone who gives attention towards giving back to the community and the nature. The No:18 Joe Gibbs Racing driver will use the PEDIGREE and PEDIGREE Foundation-inspired paint scheme in the coming Nashville cup race in their efforts to promote pet adoption from local animal shelters.

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Find out what Kyle Busch had to say about the partnership

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Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch acknowledged that he is happy to have a PEDIGREE foundation getting back on our No:18 Camry weekend in Nashville and revealed that he is looking forward to bringing some much-needed attention to shelter dogs that are in need of a home. He went on to say that it means a lot to him to support a cause he cares about especially after helping more than one hundred pets during the event last year. Kyle Busch reiterated that with the Mars foundation covering the adoption fees this weekend he is looking forward to another successful year in helping find adoptable dogs and cats in their new home.

I’m happy to have PEDIGREE and PEDIGREE Foundation back on our No. 18 Camry this weekend in Nashville. Just like last year, we are looking forward to bringing some much-needed attention to shelter dogs that are in need of homes. It means so much to support a cause I care about, especially after helping more than one hundred pets during the event last year. With Mars Petcare covering adoption fees this weekend, we’re looking forward to another successful year helping find adoptable dogs and cats their forever, loving homes,” Kyle Busch said.

Kimberly Wise the President of the PEDIGREE Foundation come forth expressing his thoughts on Busch joining the cause saying they are thrilled to be returning to Nashville alongside JGR and Kyle Busch in the efforts to curb pet homelessness. She went on to say that they are excited to help the local animal shelters in the adoption of animals just like the successful year they had together lats time.

“We’re thrilled to be returning to the Nashville Superspeedway alongside our partners at NASCAR, Joe Gibbs Racing, and Kyle Busch as we work together to advance our ambition to end pet homelessness. With the NASCAR Cup Series back in Nashville for the second year, we’re excited to be able to support our local shelter partners with adoption events in our hometown. We hope our work will give more pets the chance at loving homes in our community, especially after seeing such success in our adoption events last year,” said Kimberly Wise.

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