Tune in to the Food City 500 on FOX this Sunday, April 15, 2018, to see the No. 3 car decked out in a combo of the new Realtree Fishing and Realtree EDGE camo patterns.
The Food City 500 weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway will offer fans their one and only opportunity to see the No. 3 car, driven by Austin Dillon, decorated with the Realtree camo combo in this way.
Realtree shares a common bond with NASCAR’s fans, drivers and executives who have a passion for both racing and the outdoors. Realtree’s relationship with Richard Childress Racing has grown naturally through this shared love for the outdoors, and Realtree is honored to sponsor the No. 3 car driven by Dillon.
“I grew up enjoying the outdoors with my family and friends and hunting and fishing remain some of my favorite pastimes even today, so it’s really neat to see the Realtree EDGE and the new Realtree Fishing Pattern on the No. 3 Camaro ZL1 this weekend,” Dillon said. “Everyone at Richard Childress Racing has been associated with Realtree for a very long time, and their patterns are so versatile for the outdoors. It means a lot to continue our long-standing relationship at Bristol Motor Speedway this weekend. I hope the car resonates with fans this weekend.”
Dillon, this year’s winner of the Daytona 500, will be making appearances throughout the weekend with Realtree’s Tyler Jordan and Realtree-sponsored angler Jacob Wheeler at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
Dillon, the grandson of team owner Richard Childress, became driver of the No. 3 car in 2014. Realtree, which has been involved in NASCAR since 1997, happily supported Dillon during his inaugural season and has enjoyed watching Dillon make a name for himself and, best of all, win the Daytona 500!
Race coverage will air live on FOX beginning on Sunday, April 15, 2018, at 2 p.m. ET. It will also air on Performance Racing Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Stephanie Mallory is a mom, a hunter and Realtree’s PR Coordinator. She’s here to deliver an insider’s look at the outdoor business and give her opinion on all things outdoors—whether you asked for it or not.