Tuesday, October 11, 2011

After an 11th place finish at Kentucky, Lofton and CollegeComplete.com hope for another top finish at Las Vegas

For Immediate Release
October 11, 2011

After an 11th place finish at Kentucky, Lofton and CollegeComplete.com hope for another top finish at Las Vegas
CollegeComplete After an 11th place finish at Kentucky, Lofton and CollegeComplete.com hope for another top finish at Las Vegas

Staten Island, NY.Justin Lofton drove the No. 6 CollegeComplete.com Chevrolet to a top-fifteen finish two weeks ago at Kentucky after running in the top-ten, even as high as second, throughout the race. A late race pit stop during the closing laps allowed Lofton to exhibit his driving ability, and come home with an 11th place finish.

This week as the No. 6 College Complete (http://www.CollegeComplete.com) Chevrolet rolls into Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday, they are hoping for another top finish by Lofton and the No. 6 team. Four weeks ago, Eddie Sharp Racing switched from Toyota to Chevrolet and the improved race results have showed there was a change. Dan Haim, the Principal and Co-Founder of College Complete, is also pleased with the improvements, “While it has been something of a learning experience, it looks like the team has quickly been able to get a great understanding of these trucks and we are looking forward to the opportunity to attack the track at Las Vegas. Race after race the team is learning more and I think that you are going to see some great things coming out of this race team as the season progresses. The increased performance of the team is also bringing attention to our goal, to provide educational opportunities to all.”

CollegeComplete.com helps the public navigate the ever-changing and highly complex landscape of higher education, connecting students with the institutions whose offerings maximizes the likelihood of success. Partnered with hundreds of educational institutions and across all types of education goals, including traditional college degrees, trade and vocational certifications, and professional licensure, College Complete helps students assess all of the information that exists in the public domain, allowing them to understand and make sense of their educational opportunities. College Complete has an initiative to assist those in the US Armed Forces and their families and is able to assist in identifying schools that will not only provide the educational requirements of the soldier, veteran or family member but will do so in a cost effective manner. You can contact a personal Education Advocate assigned to help you at NO COST by going to their website or by calling directly at 877-543-2655.

Since the Camping World Truck Series only comes to the 1.5-mile, Las Vegas Motor Speedway once a year, there’s no second chance to take what you’ve learned from a race three months ago and apply it to the 146-lap, Smith’s 350 this Saturday, October 15 at 3:30 p.m. ET, live on SPEED. Justin Lofton made his Las Vegas Motor Speedway debut one year ago, starting 17th and wheeling his way up to an eighth place finish. Lofton is currently seated 14th in the Championship standings, moving up a spot at the end of the Kentucky 225 two weeks ago. Owner, Eddie Sharp, is currently 17th in the Owner’s Championship standings.

Justin Lofton’s opinion on Las Vegas Motor Speedway: “I always love racing out west because a lot of family and friends can come out to the race track. I grew up in California, so this is one of few rare opportunities that I get to visit home and race. We’re taking a good truck out there and I’m confident we can bring home a top-10. It’s going to be exciting. We have a busy weekend planned, that’s for sure.”

The No. 6 will also feature sponsor support from Grand Canyon University, Anthem College Online and Advance Payment Services (www.joinAPS.com).

Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon (http://www.gcu.edu) is an Arizona-based, private, Christian university that offers online and campus-based bachelors, masters and doctoral degree programs in business, education, nursing and health sciences, liberal arts, and fine arts and production. GCU’s flexibility and expertise appeals equally well to both traditional undergraduate students, as well as working professionals, and the benefits they provide for our active and former military students is second to none.

Anthem College Online (http://www.anthemcollege.edu) provides associate and bachelor’s degrees in the fields of healthcare, business, accounting, paralegal, and criminal justice. Online students benefit from 24/7 access to their programs, live lectures and chat, individual tutoring, and personalized career services.

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