FAS Lane Racing Partners with Bully Hill Vineyards for Second Year at The Glen

WATKINS GLEN, NY (August 10, 2012) – FAS Lane Racing is proud to announce that for the second consecutive year they have partnered with Bully Hill Vineyards for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event at Watkins Glen International. Bully Hill Vineyards, New York’s largest family owned winery, will be an Associate Sponsor on the team’s No. 32 HendrickCars.com entry piloted by road racing specialist Boris Said for the running of the Finger Lakes 355 (k).

“It is awesome to form long term partnerships in this sport and we are pleased to be able to do that with the fine folks at Bully Hill Vineyards,” stated FAS Lane Racing team owner Frank Stoddard. “They have such a long history of dedicated support in NASCAR and utilizing the marketing power it provides a company. The road course event at Watkins Glen is always a great show for the fans and we are honored to be able to represent a hometown company such as Bully Hill Vineyards.”

Growing from a small winery with a limited number of employees, Bully Hill Vineyards offers over 40 different selections of wine and now produces over 200,000 cases of wine each year. They are the second largest producer of wine in New York State. Bully Hill also features an on-site restaurant, wine shop, two gift shops and the New York State Wine Museum of Greyton H. Taylor and Walter S. Taylor Art Gallery.

“We welcome the opportunity to continue our relationship with Frank Stoddard and his FAS Lane Racing team,” said Sean King, Marketing Manager of Bully Hill Vineyards. “We enjoyed working with the team and driver Andrew Ranger in last year’s Sprint Cup Series race at The Glen and we are excited to be on board the No. 32 again this year with Boris Said behind the wheel.”

The running of the Finger Lakes 355(k) will be on Sunday August 12th with Live coverage on ESPN at 1:00 p.m. ET.

This Is a Press Release from Integrity Sports Marketing.

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