Credit One Becomes Official Credit Card of NASCAR

Credit One Becomes Official Credit Card of NASCAR

February 12, 2016         Written By John H. Oldshue

This afternoon, Credit One entered into a multi-year sponsorship to became the official credit card of NASCAR as well as a partner of Chip Ganassi Racing.

The Ganassi Racing partnership enables Credit One to be a sponsor of the #1 Chevrolet car driven by Jamie McMurray. The driver is beginning his 11th season with the Ganassi team. The car with the Credit One logo will debut on the track at Richmond International Raceway on April 24.

The agreement allows Credit One to offer fans officially licensed NASCAR-themed credit cards.

The cards have an APR ranging from 17.99% to 23.99% Variable depending on an applicant’s credit worthiness. The cards give a cardholder the opportunity for automatic reviews for credit line increases, text or email alerts to give a reminder of when the payment is due, and the chance to pick your payment due date.

The cards will offer 1% cash back on purchases and 2% cash back on any transaction made at the NASCAR Shop. In addition, Credit One will give cardholders some special offers and NASCAR experiences.

“Our partnerships with both NASCAR and Chip Ganassi Racing will introduce the benefits of Credit One Bank card membership to a new audience of consumers,” said Laura Faulkner, vice president of marketing communications, Credit One Bank. “With the Official Credit Card of NASCAR, fans can further their love of racing with a rewards program that complements that same passion. We also look forward to supporting Jamie McMurray in the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.”

“This announcement is really exciting news for our team, but it is also a testament to our sport when a company like Credit One Bank recognizes the power of brands like NASCAR and Chip Ganassi Racing. It is always nice to see new brands come to the sport and make a commitment like Credit One Bank has with this news,” said Steve Lauletta, president, Chip Ganassi Racing Teams.

The information contained within this article was accurate as of February 12, 2016. For up-to-date
information on any of the terms, cards or offers mentioned above, visit the issuer's website.


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