Ray’s Teams Up With Foyt Racing!
Standing the test of time. It took over 50 years, but two family-operated businesses will be working together in the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500. Ray’s Trash Service will be joining AJ Foyt Racing as an associate sponsor on the No. 35 Alfe Heat Treating Honda driven by Alex Tagliani in the epic event.
The No. 35 car is carrying a black and orange livery to pay homage to Foyt’s legendary driving career at the Brickyard where he qualified and started in 35 races…27 of which were in either orange or black cars.
Ray’s Trash Service has been serving the Indianapolis community since 1965, the same year that A.J. Foyt started his IndyCar team. Ironically, they chose the same unique color for their vehicles –orange or as Foyt says, “Poppy Red.”
“Ray’s Trash Service is proud to sponsor Alex Tagliani and the number 35 car,” said Nevada Matthews, vice-president of Ray’s Trash Services Inc. “Thanks to AJ Foyt Racing for allowing us to celebrate this historical 100th running of the Indy 500 while Ray’s celebrates over 50 years in business. We are honored to be participating in such a legendary Indianapolis event with such a legendary IndyCar driver like A.J.”
“We appreciate the support of Ray’s Trash Services Inc. and the opportunity to introduce them to the world’s fastest race as part of our team. We’ll do our best to make it a memorable experience for them,” said Team President Larry Foyt.
The associate sponsorship will mark the company’s first foray into motorsports as a team sponsor but not their first association with the Foyts. The Foyt Wine Vault on Main Street in Speedway utilizes their services and has since construction began on the Vault over two years ago.
The 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 will be broadcast live Sunday, May 29th by ABC-TV with the pre-race show starting at 11 a.m. ET.