K-Seal and Jordan Anderson Racing are proud to announce their partnership for the 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series opener at Daytona International Superspeedway on the weekend of the historic Daytona 500. K-Seal, makers of premium coolant leak repair systems with over 8 million bottles sold, are excited to unveil their look soon for the No. 3 K-Seal / Bommarito.com Chevrolet Silverado that will run in the NextEra Energy 250 on Feb. 14 in Daytona.
Trusted by professional mechanics, technicians and motorists alike, K-Seal is suitable for use with all water cooled engines including cars, motorbikes, commercial vehicles and heavy machinery. They provide a one-step permanent multi-purpose system for coolant leak repair that permanently repairs leaks in the head gasket, block, radiator, heater core, freeze plug and water pump casing.
From Jordan Anderson Racing’s perspective, the team gains an invaluable partner on the biggest race weekend of the year. For K-Seal, the company gains exposure from the millions of NASCAR fans watching the broadcast at home and online from the social media reach provided by Jordan Anderson himself.
“Our products are critical for keeping guys like Jordan out there on the road every day,” says Patrick O’Brien, CEO of K-Seal. “When investing in NASCAR, we knew we had to have the right guy helping us tell our story. It was Jordan all the way.”
“Working alongside my crew, being hands-on with the development of our team and how we build our race trucks has taught me a lot over the years,” says Jordan Anderson. “That’s why this partnership with K-Seal is so important to me, I can tell you exactly what kind of impact they can have on the performance of a vehicle. To be able to represent a brand and product you’ve used and know works – is an exciting opportunity for us all.”
Racing fans can tune in to see the No. 3 K-Seal / Bommarito.com truck in action live Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. EST on FS1, MRN, and SiriusXM.
Find more information on K-Seal, including expert advice on everything from head gasket failure to a leaking radiator on their website: https://www.kseal.com/