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Skuttle Tight Returns to NASCAR Craftsman Truck Racing with Bret Holmes Racing at WWTR

The No. 32 truck showcases a new scheme with partners Skuttle Tight.

Madison, IL (May 29, 2024) - Bret Holmes Racing (BHR) announced today that Skuttle Tight will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 32 Chevrolet team at the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series event at World Wide Technology Raceway (WWTR) on Saturday, June 1st, 2024 for the Toyota 200. Skuttle Tight is no stranger to NASCAR, having previously partnered with drivers in both the Xfinity and Craftsman Truck Series.

“We’re excited to be back on the track for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at WWTR with Bret,” Chad Kompelien, owner of Skuttle Tight, said. “The truck looks amazing, and we are always excited to see the bright green stand out on the track! Skuttle Tight is a family-owned business, and we are proud to partner with another family-owned team.”

Joining Skuttle Tight on board the No. 32 are returning partners Grindstaff Rub and IBEW 309. Both Grindstaff and IBEW 309 partnered with BHR last year at WWTR, where each partner serves the greater St. Louis communities.

"Grindstaff is very proud to be supporting Bret again in St. Louis,” Jim Grindstaff said. “Bret and his BHR team have made huge strides this season and we are excited to see what kind of speed he brings to World Wide Technology Raceway." Visit for your favorite BBQ products.

“IBEW 309 is thrilled to continue our partnership with Bret Holmes, “said Chris Hankins, Business Manager of IBEW 309. “For over 120 years, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW 309) has provided the electrical industry with the most skilled, reliable, and efficient workforce. By meeting precise apprenticeship requirements, our members deliver high quality, while maintaining a safe workplace. We are excited to share the mission of the IBEW with NASCAR Craftsman Truck fans and invite all electrical workers to come forward and join us in our pursuit of a higher standard of living.” Hankins continued “We can’t wait to watch Bret and the team compete at World Wide Technology Raceway and wish them a successful race weekend!”

Holmes has an average finish of 11th at WWTR and heads to Gateway after finishing 14th in last week’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“World Wide Technology Raceway always provides exciting Truck racing and I am incredibly excited that Skuttle Tight returned to racing with BHR at this track,” Holmes stated. “I always enjoy racing here. We have two Top-10’s in the ARCA car and last year we had a strong Chevrolet Truck. We were contending for a Top-5 finish and fell short at the end finishing in 14th. I know the team will capitalize on the knowledge gained from last year so we can give Skuttle Tight, Grindstaff Rubs, and IBEW 309 a fun and exciting race at their hometown track.”

Skuttle Tight is an insulated attic sealing system. Whether it is installed in new construction or an existing home, replacing that old drafty attic hatch, Skuttle Tight is America's premier attic entry system manufacturer. Skuttle Tight is based in Wilmar, MN, and can be purchased at many lumber and home improvement stores, including 84 lumber stores across the country.

Grindstaff Rub Company was founded in 2016 by US Air Force veteran Jim Grindstaff in Belleville, Ill. The company began by offering an All-Purpose Rub and the Three Kings Rub and has since introduced a Noble Blend Rub, Kickin’ Carolina Sauce, Fat Apple BBQ Sauce, and Smackin’ Jalapeno Sauce and Chili Seasoning.

We are Industrial, Commercial, Residential and Teledata Electricians, Utility and Outside Lineman, Line Clearance, Garage Mechanics, Meterman, Warehouseman, Meter Readers, Manufacturing, Maintenance workers, Radio/Television/Sound/ and Public Address Technicians, approximately 1300 members strong.

Our jurisdiction consists of all of Monroe and St. Clair Counties, most of Madison, Macoupin and Clinton Counties and parts of Montgomery, Bond, Washington and Randolph. Many of these areas are rural, but our mainstays are the U.S. Steel, Scott Air Force Base, and St. Clair Square shopping center.

The IBEW along with our contractor’s association (NECA) jointly sponsor an apprenticeship program (NJATC) that is second to none in the training of all types of Electrical Workers. This training provides the base for the most qualified electricians available. The NJATC also provides continual journeyman upgrade training. We also work with American Line Builders and A.L.B.A.T. for the premier training of our Lineman. IBEW Local 309 was chartered in 1902 and our membership prides itself in the fact that we expect and maintain the highest standards of quality, workmanship and loyalty to the IBEW and its signatory contractors.

We welcome all fellow Brothers and Sisters of our trade who have the same goals and expectations to sign our books. We earnestly invite all workers belonging to our trade to come forward, join our ranks and help increase our numbers until there shall be no one working at our trade outside of the brotherhood.

Bret Holmes Racing is a performance-driven racing operation located in Mooresville, N.C. Founded by Stacy Holmes, of Holmes II Excavation in Munford, Ala., the team sticks to its good nature and solid values to put the best product on and off the track with its driver Bret Holmes.

Event: Toyota 200

Time/Date: 1:30 p.m. EDT on Saturday, June 1st

Location: World Wide Technology Raceway in Madison, Illinois (near St. Louis)

Layout: 1.25-mile, egg-shaped oval

Laps/Miles: 160 laps / 200 miles

Stage Lengths: Stage 1: 55 laps / Stage 2: 55 laps / Final Stage: 50 laps

TV/Radio: FOX / MRN / SiriusXM NASCAR Radio


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