Pacific Coast Termite Pronounces NASCAR Sponsorship to Honor Important Staff


Pacific Coast Termite, a leading California termite and pest control company, has made a grand gesture of sponsoring a race sponsorship for Josh Bilicki and Rick Ware Racing to thank its key employees for their work during the pandemic.

The # 52 Ford Mustang will shine in blue and white for the NASCAR Cup race in Sonoma on June 6th, with a special message honoring the men and women of the Pacific Coast Termite who have been considered important workers and an unprecedented number of calls being answered while the families are staying at home.

“Given the work from home mandate for the past year, homeowners have identified and addressed neglected or unnoticed needs in their home,” said Dennis Wilson, co-owner of Pacific Coast Termite. “With our company recognized as an indispensable service, our employees stayed on duty to help homeowners with termite and pest control. We’d like to recognize their dedication and dedication and we felt there was no better way than to sponsor Josh in his first full-time season in America’s most popular motorsport in a great way. “

Pacific Coast Termites’ unique approach to termite control without leaving home or camping has been a welcome relief for homeowners in an already stressful situation due to the pandemic. Coupled with unmatched customer service and protocols that went way beyond what was required, the company and its employees stayed at work and put themselves at risk.

“We cannot thank our employees enough for staying true to their jobs through such difficult and difficult times and for setting aside their own well-being to serve other Californians,” said James Grande, co-owner of Pacific Coast Termite. “When we spoke to Josh, we felt that he shared the same appreciation and fully supported us in recognizing our employees.”

In addition to being on Bilicki’s car during the race, the 26-year-old driver from Wisconsin will be making a special appearance at Pacific Coast Termite’s Northern California headquarters in Fremont, California to visit some members of the Pacific Coast Termite Team before the race ” said Bilicki. “You have said that your employees are as committed to their work as I am to mine. Hopefully I can honor her with a great performance on Sunday. “

Bilicki made his NASCAR Cup Series debut at Sonoma Raceway in 2017, driving for current owner Rick Ware Racing. The following year was his first full-time season in NASCAR competition. This year marks his first full-time season in the NASCAR Cup series.

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