Click n’ CloseTM, the Official Mortgage Provider of NASCAR® and Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM), will once again be the primary sponsor of the No. 43 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 driven by Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. Click n’ Close returns to the team for this Sunday’s TicketGuardian 500 at the ISM Raceway in Phoenix, Ariz.
This will mark the first time Click n’ Close has been back as the primary sponsor of Wallace Jr. and the RPM team since a successful debut during the Daytona 500. The brand’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race resulted in a history-making, runner-up finish, with Wallace Jr.
“We couldn’t have asked for much more in our debut to the sport with Richard Petty Motorsports and Darrell Wallace Jr,” said Wayne Arute, Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer, Click n’ Close. “It was an exciting night for Click n’ Close and the entire Petty team. We now want to be there when Darrell gets his first win. We’re going to continue to support him and we’re proud to have Click n’ Close back as the primary partner this weekend.”
Thanks to its fully digital mortgage application process, Click n’ Close delivers the fastest, simplest and most secure mortgage application and approval process on the market today The application process takes just eight minutes, and applicants receive their approval within one business day. On average, home buyers approved through Click n’ Close reach the closing table in less than half the time of a traditional mortgage process, and the actual closing takes just 15 minutes to complete. With Click n’ Close, home buyers can apply for a mortgage anywhere, anytime, using any device.
“It’s cool to see Click n’ Close back on the car,” said Wallace Jr. “The colors bring back great memories from Daytona for sure. The people at Click n’ Close have started to become like family to us. They are really behind what we’re doing on and off the track. They have a great product, too. If you’re looking for a home mortgage, you have to check them out.”
The TicketGuardian 500 race weekend begins this Friday with practice and qualifying. The race will air Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SIRIUS/XM NASCAR Radio.