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Kenseth loses sponsor

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Lack of $$$$ in building trades + contractors closing up shop = Lack of $$$$ for big buisness.

While I was in buisness, Dewalt were my cordless power tools of choice. I liked others, but I bought deWalt. Advertizing money, which I believe sponsorships are counted as, are right off the top "Clear" tax right offs. But you have to have the expendable money to spend on it. If they are hurting, witch a lot of people in that industry are, they may have to be cutting back on advertizing money.

I mean what would you rather have, a job, or the name of the company who just layed you off on a car going in circles.

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I won't hold my breath for a price drop on the tools, though.

They are quality equipment and I don't think sales will go down due to not putting their name in Nascar. Maybe they will move down in series or to different (cheaper) racing altogether.

DD

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Kenseth is gettting the Crown Royal Sponsorship from McMurray. Looks like he will be the odd man out at Roush and he has been given permission to shop around for a ride otherwise he will probly end up at Yates.

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I can't believe that Roush isn't giving the boot to that perpetual car wreck David Ragan. McMurray might not always finish well, but at least he usually finishes.

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Probly comes down to the fact that Ragan is set with a big full time sponsor in UPS and Jack really believes that David will be great some day, I have heard him say that a few times on tv. I like Ragan and thought that team really had it together last year by almost making the chace but something is definatly wrong with that team this year.

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