SUGAR HILL, Ga. (August 28, 2018) – RSS Racing is pleased to welcome back ionomy as the primary sponsor for #39 car driven by Ryan Sieg for the NASCAR XFINITY race at Darlington this weekend. The #39 will be participating in throwback weekend running the famous Maxwell House paint scheme driven by Bobby Labonte during the 1993 season.
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To celebrate their passion for racing, ionomy Studios has launched a new game, Offroad Heat. As part of the partnership, the ionomy #39 car will also feature the new game, introducing Offroad Heat to live racing fans.
“I’m so excited to have Ionomy join us at Darlington with this awesome paint scheme. We decided to let them have fun with the scheme and pick whatever they wanted. I think it turned out amazing.” commented Sieg.
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 ryansiegracing.com or follow @RyanSiegRacing on Twitter.
ionomy is changing the way games are made and played. ionomy Studios is leading the way to design games that leverage the ION digital currency ecosystem. Gamers can have fun earning ION coin in weekly tournaments and can spend ION on in-game items at a discount. On the ionomy.com platform, users can manage their digital currency holdings, game assets and can view tournament leaderboards. The website hosts secure digital currency exchanges and wallets, providing easy methods for users to grow and secure their digital wealth. For more information, see ionomy.com and follow @ionomics on Twitter.