Tommy Baldwin Racing Finds Primary Sponsor For Mike Christopher Jr. At Stafford’s Spring Sizzler

Story By: KYLE SOUZA / TOMMY BALDWIN RACING – STAFFORD SPRINGS, CT – Tommy Baldwin Racing, Mike Christopher Jr. and Stock Car Coins Discount App announced today a partnership for the upcoming 50th anniversary of the NAPA Spring Sizzler at Stafford Motor Speedway.

The race, set for this weekend, April 23-24, is worth $15,000 to win at the Connecticut half-mile and is one of the most prestigious Modified races in the history of Northeast racing.

As part of the partnership, fans will be able to purchase Nolan Ryan Beef – owned by Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan – with discounts provided by signing up for the app. The app is free, courtesy of Tommy Baldwin Racing and driver Mike Christopher Jr. By signing up, fans will be provided discounts ranging from 5-50% for their help.

In order to utilize the deal, fans should log into stockcarfannation.com and complete the membership application on the front page. When they do, fans should include Mike Christopher Jr. under the “favorite” section in order to unlock the codes for the discounted Nolan Ryan Beef.

Once they have signed up, fans will be able to purchase the discounted meats by visiting stockcarcoins.enjoymydeals.com, where you can also find incredible deals on countless other products. As a whole, the deals on the site include discounted food purchases, theme park tickets, vacation packages and more.

“Partnering with Stock Car Coins Discount App will give our fans access to discounts that will help them to purchase some of the best beef on the market,” Tommy Baldwin Jr., owner of Tommy Baldwin Racing, said. “We’re excited to showcase the partnership on the No. 7NY this weekend at Stafford. It’s going to be a major event in Modified racing and we are all hoping to be celebrating in Victory Lane with the big check on Sunday.”

Stock Car Fan Nation is an ecommerce platform designed to drive NASCAR fan and brand engagement through discounts, rewards and sponsorships. As the connection point for all things racing, they are creating and advancing the community of fans, drivers, teams and sponsors through engagement. They are designed to save you money on your daily purchases and secure sponsorship for your favorite motorsports team, track, series or charity. In this case, they are assisting Tommy Baldwin Racing and rising star Mike Christopher Jr.

At Nolan Ryan Beef, their top priority is goodness, through and through. When you want juicy, tender beef with plenty of marbling, Nolan Ryan steaks are as good as they get. With Nolan Ryan Beef, you will find the best angus beef cuts, including ribeye, strip steaks and tenderloin filets. Launched in 2000, Nolan Ryan partnered with a few other master cattle ranchers after over 25 years of cattle ranching professionally himself, most of it while still playing baseball at a high level as one of the best pitchers in the game. After 20 years of operation, Nolan also launched Goodstock – a new kind of retail experience that is part of a boutique butcher chop in Round Rock. The shop is a place where locals feel warm and welcome, out-of-town visitors feel inspired and Nolan himself feels at home.

Goodstock is about more than just offering fine quality and great flavor – it’s also about simply being good – doing what is right for their customers and their livestock. They go to great lengths to source quality ingredients and partner with those who share their same values and high standards. The guarantee from Nolan Ryan himself is that eating Nolan Ryan Beef will be one of the best beef-eating experiences you will ever have.

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Racing action for the NAPA Spring Sizzler at Stafford Motor Speedway begins on Saturday, April 23, where Mike Christopher Jr. will compete in a 40-lap NAPA Auto Parts Duel qualifying race to lock into Sunday’s big race. The top-10 in the qualifier will advance. Any last chance qualifiers will take place on Sunday, along with the 100-lap race, which is worth the $15,000 winning prize. If Christopher and Tommy Baldwin Racing can win both the qualifying race and the feature event, they will leave the track with nearly $20,000. For fans who would like to watch the race but can’t make it to the track in Connecticut, FloRacing.TV will offer a live stream.

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