Talk:Arnold Motorsports

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Redneckjunk.com?[edit]

I personally am outraged that NA$CAR refused to allow Redneckjunk.com to be a sponsor on Car 50 because it "wanted to increase its demographic outside the Southeast." Get over yourselves you sellouts! Here was a team that was struggling to be competitive and needed money fast and the one of the few sponsors that would support them was not allowed to be on the car! You know Brian France, with some decent funding, this team could be another championship-caliber team that you could shove down our throats week in and week out! All this is coming from a Northeastene] who is furious of NA$CAR's attempt to put money over entertainment. Good luck Mr. Arnold, and I hope your team becomes successful really soon!

P.S. Notice there was not controversy when Viagra tried to sponsor Jeff Fuller's and Mark Martin's cars? Pfff. --D-Day 21:54, 11 November 2005 (UTC)(I wrote this when I was a young, inexperienced noob. My thoughts on NA$CAR's direction haven't changed though.)