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State Water Heaters, a leading manufacturer of commercial and residential water heaters, has announced the renewal of its long-term partnership with Jeb Burton for the 2023 NASCAR season. This year, Burton will partner with Jordan Anderson Racing (JAR) Bommarito Autosport for the first time.
For the 2023 season, Burton will be racing the No. 27 Chevrolet Camaro SS and competing in the Xfinity Series. The regular season kicks off with the Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner 300 at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 18 and will wrap up in November with the Xfinity Series Championship at Phoenix Raceway. Burton has earned 20 top-five finishes throughout his 14-year career and hopes to continue building on that legacy this season.
“I’m incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to share my passion for racing with my sponsors,” Burton said. “State Water Heaters is a long-term sponsor and partner, with our relationship dating all the way back to my dad’s racing days. The brand’s legacy of resilience and reliability resonates greatly with me as I strive to bring those same qualities every time I show up to the track.”
State has been involved with the Burton family since 2007 when it began working with Ward Burton, 2002 Daytona 500 Champion and Jeb Burton’s father. The industry-leading water heater brand continued its relationship with the Burton family when it began sponsoring Jeb during his debut NASCAR season in 2012. State also remains a sponsor of Burton’s TV show Crossroads with the Burtons, which chronicles his and his father’s work on the track and in wildlife conservation. The show can be found on the Sportsman’s Network.
“Both racing and outdoorsmanship are incredibly important to our customers and our partnership with Jeb creates an excellent opportunity for us to connect with those customers in a new way,” said Jeff Storie, State Water Heater’s marketing director. “We’re grateful for Jeb’s continued partnership and excellent representation of our brand, and we can’t wait to see what this year’s racing season has in store.”
Fans can catch Burton driving the No. 27 car in a State Water Heaters paint scheme for the following races this season:
Visit www.statewaterheaters.com/racing for more information throughout the season.