Far Out Toys announced a partnership with Musselman’s Apple Sauce and NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Josh Williams to promote the NASCAR racing experience for the whole family.
The relationship will result in several unique programs including:
o Williams will host the virtual Musselman’s Hospital Tour where he will gift NASCAR Crash Racers sets and Musselman’s Apple Sauce snacks to children.
o Williams created a special unboxing video for a “Fuel Up and Race” kit including Musselman’s products, Adventure Force Crash Racers, and an exclusive Josh Williams hero card.
o The Fuel Up and Race kits will be also be awarded to fans with a series of social media giveaways this Fall on Far Out Toys’ social channels.
o All companies will support the #KidsDriveNASCAR platform.
Williams, Far Out Toys and Musselman’s are committed to childhood wellness and the value of play. NASCAR Adventure Force Crash Racers allow kids to race past the competition on the only track set where you can race, wreck and rebuild your cars on an officially branded NASCAR track. It combines motorized, high-speed racing with NASCAR vehicles that break apart on impact – the hood, doors and roof fly apart. Musselman’s, maker of “Big Cup” Apple Sauce, is the primary sponsor for Williams’ No. 92 Camaro in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Both NASCAR Adventure Force Crash Racers and Musselman’s Apple Sauce products are available at Walmart.
“Josh Williams is dedicated to supporting children especially through generating awareness for childhood wellness and the importance of play,” said Keith Meggs, CEO and Founder of Far Out Toys. “Working with Josh and his sponsor, Musselman’s Apple Sauce, allows us to join forces to bring the excitement of NASCAR and racing home for kids of all ages.”
“I’m excited to partner with Far Out Toys and Musselman’s to advocate wellness and play for kids,” said Josh Williams. “Young fans are the future of NASCAR and, especially during this challenging time, it’s so important to bring the values of motorsport racing directly to kids and families.”