Shell Pipeline Company brings 811’s 10th anniversary to ten NASCAR races this season

In honor of 811’s 10th anniversary
this year, Shell Pipeline Company
LP (CGA Platinum Sponsor) will
showcase 811 on the No. 22 Shell-
Pennzoil Ford Fusion at no less than 10 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup races across the country this season.

The special 811 10th anniversary
logo debuted on the No. 22 car in Las Vegas in March, and has also appeared in both Dallas and Richmond during National Safe
Digging Month, in Charlotte in May and Daytona Beach in June.
Be sure to tune in to coverage of the following race weekends – including 8/11 Day – to spot 811’s 10th anniversary logo on the No. 22 race car and cheer driver Joey Logano on to victory:

      • July 14-16: New Hampshire 301, Loudon, NH (NBCSN)
      • Aug. 11-13: Pure Michigan 400, Brooklyn, MI (NBCSN)
      • July 21-23: Brickyard 400, Indianapolis, IN (NBCSN)
      • Aug. 17-19: Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race, Bristol, TN (NBCSN)
      • Oct. 20-22: Hollywood Casino 400, Kansas, KS (NBC)

In addition to featuring the 811 anniversary logo on the No. 22 race car, Shell Pipeline Company LP is also spreading the safe digging message through every NASCAR Xfinity  Series and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series radio broadcast on PRN (Performance Racing Network). Each time the caution flag waves, fans are reminded to call 811 before
they dig. PRN broadcasts are on more than 375 stations with an affiliate base of more than 700 stations, including Sirius-XM Radio. PRN Race Tracks include Atlanta, Bristol,  Charlotte, Indianapolis, Kentucky, New Hampshire, Sonoma and Texas.

This incredible exposure will put 811 in front of an estimated 900,000 race attendees and 47.3 million TV viewers, giving the national “Call Before You Dig” number its largest NASCAR presence ever in a single year.

CGA thanks Shell Pipeline Company LP for its continued commitment to shared  responsibility in damage prevention and its unprecedented 2017 NASCAR partnership.

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