Jake Griffin And MB Motorsports Team Up At Bristol

Jake Griffin

MB Motorsports 17 year-old Jake Griffin returns to MB Motorsports to drive the #63 Advanced Trading / Backlot Auctions Chevy Silverado in the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

“Bristol is one of the tracks every short track racer in America dreams of racing at,” says the young man from Quincy, IL. “I can’t wait to race the Advanced Trading / Backlot Auctions Chevy there.”

Advance Trading, Inc. (ATI) is a forward thinking, non-proprietary commodity brokerage firm providing risk management and market guidance to grain producers, commercial elevators, and end users including energy producers and livestock feeders. ATI’s client base spans the entire globe, with businesses throughout North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Their highly skilled team delivers individualized strategies, sound advice and solid recommendations based on extensive research and market analysis, giving their clients a competitive edge in today’s complex marketplace.

ATI takes pride in maintaining objectivity. They do not buy or sell grain; instead they provide an impartial analysis along with the kind of grassroots perspective that most brokerage houses can only dream about. From locally focused coverage to national and international exposure, ATI’s growth has been a remarkable success story and our prospects for the future remain strong.

According to Brent Nugent of Backlot Auctions, “The company was created to make it simple for dealers to buy and sell vehicles on the internet. Backlot Auctions is an easy and economical dealer auction for the seller and buyer. Backlot offers a mobile app for both android and apple making it easy to buy and sell. We offer dealers a quick and easy way to clear their backlot.” Benefits for Buyers include: More time to bid on vehicles with our online proxy bid auctions, lower buyer fees click here to view our buyer fee’s, access us from anywhere on the go with our mobile app and user friendly website, access to bid on cars you might not have had the chance to in the past. Benefits for Sellers include: longer auction times with our online proxy bid auctions, lower selling fees click here to view our selling fee’s, no towing cost, more personal attention from our staff, you can sell vehicles through Backlot Auctions at your own convenience.

Also supporting Jake at Bristol are Outdoor Power, Legal Joyride and PADD, People Against Distracted Driving. Joining Advanced Trading and/ Backlot Auctions on the #63 MB Motorsports Chevy Silverado are Kipor Power Equipment, Mayhew Tools, Dirty Hand Tools, MARADYNE® High Performance Fans, Champion Brands, Reikken, Excel Bottling / Ski Soda, Timken, MechanixWear and WIX Filters.

The UNOH 200 will be broadcast live on FoxSports1, MRN Radio and Sirius Channel 90 Wednesday, August17 18th at 9:00 pm ET.


The UNOH 200 will be Griffin’s sixth NCWTS start.

This will be Griffin’s Bristol Motor Speedway debut.

This will be Griffin’s fourth race of the 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season.

About MB Motorsports:

MB Motorsports is the sole surviving original team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, having competed in every season since the series debuted in 1995. The team has given many young drivers their start in NASCAR, including Sprint Cup Series winners Carl Edwards, Jamie McMurray, Brad Keselowski and Regan Smith.

For more information on MB Motorsports and its marketing partners, visit www.mbracing.net For more information on Advance Trading, Inc., please visit Advance-Trading.com

For more information on Backlot Auctions, please visit backlotauctions.com

To arrange an interview with MB Motorsports, please contact Michael Boswell, CM2 Commander Motorsports Marketing 815.939.1382 / 708.691.3460 (mobile) or michael@CM2agency.com

To arrange an interview with Jake Griffin, please contact Dan Griffin ogriff83@yahoo.com


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