Thursday, February 05, 2009

Cajun Industries Joins MWR for the 51st Daytona 500

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Cajun Industries, LLC to Sponsor Three Entities for Daytona

Martinsville, VA (February 4, 2009) – Cajun Industries, LLC a nationally recognized construction leader will sponsor the No. 25 HT Motorsports Toyota Tundra in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona International Speedway. As well, the Cajun Industries banner will be placed on the hood of the No. 91 MSRP Motorsports driven by Terry Cook and the No. 90 driven by Johnny Chapman in the Nationwide Series. Cajun Industries also will be placed as an associate of the No. 00 Aaron’s Dream Machine Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota driven by David Reutimann in the Sprint Cup Series Daytona 500 event. 

We are thrilled to have Cajun Industries on board with our team,” said team owner Jim Harris. “Daytona is the Superbowl for our industry and we are so excited that we were able to introduce Cajun Industries in such a huge event and have them be a part of all three series there. We hope to perform at the rate of success of Cajun Industries who have been awarded time and time again for performance.” 

Cajun Industries, LLC and its subsidiaries are nationally recognized companies providing a broad range of construction services to various markets including government infrastructure, industrial, water quality, power, manufacturing, and oil and gas. Execution-based construction services provided by Cajun include civil, mechanical, deep foundations, offshore and inland marine construction, and specialized heavy equipment hauling.

“Cajun embraces all of the same strict standards of excellence that are part of the HT Motorsports and NASCAR organizations,“ said Ken Jacob, President and CEO of Cajun Industries. “We salute all those involved with the sport. Like the race teams, our success is possible only through the loyalty and dedication to safety, quality and performance of our over 2000 employees.“

Driver Terry Cook echoed Jacob’s sentiments. “At the end of last year we were running so strong and had so many things figured out. So to start off in Daytona with an award-winning company Cajun Industries, a successful team and a new teammate, we have all the tools in place to win races this year. I’m looking forward to it.”

The 2009 NASCAR Camping World Series season kicks off on February 13th with the running of the NextEra Energy Resources 250.

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