Big Valley Towing Returns to RSS

SUGAR HILL, Ga. (February 27, 2018) – RSS Racing is happy to welcome Big Valley Towing as the primary sponsor for #39 car piloted by Ryan Sieg for the Xfinity Race this Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The team will also support Speedway Children’s Charities as they will ride on the lower quarter panels of the #39.

Big Valley Towing was founded in 2006 by the late “Big Dann” Collins and his wife, Debbie Collins. When Dann set out on Aug. 24th, 2011 to tow a truck on Interstate 10 from Arizona to Las Vegas, he was doing what he loved. But that day would end tragically: Dann was hit by a truck carrying an oversized load, killing him instantly. Debbie Collins continues to run Big Valley Towing, providing citywide Las Vegas towing, heavy-duty hauling and roadside assistance on her own.

 “It’s great to have our friends at Big Valley Towing back on board for the race this weekend. They have been great supporters of our team for the last few years. The Big Valley Towing car looks great and I can’t wait to get to Las Vegas as it’s one of my favorite tracks,” commented Sieg. The Xfinity Series will have two practices on Friday followed by qualifying and racing on Saturday.

About RSS Racing:

RSS Racing fields the No. 38, 39, and 93 Chevrolet Camaros in the NASCAR XFINITY Series with drivers Jeff Green, JJ Yeley, and Ryan Sieg. RSS Racing has competed in NASCAR events since 2009 from its headquarters in Sugar Hill, Ga. The team had its best career finish of 2nd at Iowa Speedway in 2017. The team recorded its best points finish of 9th with Ryan Sieg in 2016.  For more information on RSS Racing and Ryan Sieg, please visit or follow them on Twitter @RyanSiegRacing.

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