As is the case for Ryan Newman on the track, a lot is on the horizon for one of his primary partners, Wyndham Rewards, the award-winning rewards program who’s back on the No. 6 in 2019 for nine races.
When Newman rolls into Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend, he will carry the blue and white colors of Wyndham Rewards, a combo Roush Fenway fans drew a liking to a year ago when the brand made its debut into the sport.
The world’s most generous rewards program is about to become even more rewarding this April. Wyndham recently announced plans to introduce a wide-array of new features – from free nights at thousands of hotels starting at just 7,500 points (half their original redemption cost), to the addition of more than 900 La Quinta hotels, and the ability to earn and redeem points with a host of new and expanded partners.
“Obviously for us, Wyndham Rewards and everything they have to offer just makes sense in our sport,” said Ryan Newman, driver of the No. 6 Wyndham Rewards Ford Mustang. “Whether its Daytona Beach, Phoenix, Martinsville, Talladega or Pocono, there’s always a Wyndham property nearby and we’re excited to have Wyndham Rewards on board and showcase their properties on the road this season.”
Wyndham Rewards is also a partner of Caesars Entertainment and their Caesars Rewards program, which is only fitting with Vegas next up on the NASCAR circuit. Members of Wyndham Rewards can earn and redeem points on stays at top Caesars properties, like Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, as well as transfer points and status match between the two programs year round.