24 Apr Loftus Robinson Backing Dreyer & Reinbold At Indy 500
Speedsport.com | April 24, 2018 | SPEED SPORT Staff
Indianapolis-based commercial real estate developer Loftus Robinson will be a major associate partner of Dreyer & Reinbold Racing during the 102nd Indianapolis 500 on May 27 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The partnership, which is entering it’s fourth-straight year, also includes the addition of the No. 66 Salesforce/DRR Chevrolet Dallara entry for driver J.R. Hildebrand. This year marks Hildebrand’s eighth Indianapolis 500 appearance.
Loftus Robinson will be featured in three spots on the No. 66 car, and Loftus Robinson will also appear on the No. 24 WIX Filters/DRR Chevy car driven by Sage Karam, who is attempting to qualify for his fifth Indianapolis 500.
Principals Drew Loftus, Kyle Robinson, and Dale Johns operate Loftus Robinson in downtown Indianapolis, focusing on real estate projects that promote character, walkability, and sustainability.
We’re excited to continue our partnership this year with Dreyer & Reinbold Racing in the world’s greatest racing event,
said Loftus. “The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has been a meaningful backdrop for our businesses growth since we started participating as a sponsor. It’s exciting to be on JR’s No. 66 with Salesforce since they have such a strong presence in Indianapolis.
“Dennis and his whole group do a tremendous job every year creating memorable experiences for our guests at the track.”
Our association with Loftus Robinson, one of the Indianapolis area’s top young commercial real estate companies, has been outstanding over the years,
said Dennis Reinbold, team owner of DRR. “Loftus Robinson has utilized our racing team’s participation in the world’s greatest auto race to formulate strong relationships with their business partners as well as developing new clients right at the track. We hope to put them in victory lane on May 27 with J.R. or Sage this year.”
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