Wednesday, October 19, 2011

After a Top Twenty Finish, Lofton and College Complete Look For a Top Finish at Talladega

For Immediate Release

October 19, 2011

After a Top Twenty Finish, Lofton and College Complete Look For a Top Finish at Talladega
Staten Island, N.Y.-- Last Saturday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Justin Lofton started fourteenth and was able to work his way through the pack fairly quickly, becoming a prominent face in the top-five and top-ten all day. However,luck was not on Lofton's side as he was involved in a wreck with only twenty laps remaining. This wreck ended Lofton's chances of a well-deserved top-ten finish, resulting in a nineteenth place finish.

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Dan Haim,aPrincipal and Co-Founder of College Complete,reflected on the team’s performance in the past few weeks and immediately saw a similarity with the organization. “As a company, College Complete is laser focused on learning and we are extremely proud to sponsor Justin Lofton, especially as we watch the team improve week over week.”

This Saturday, the No. 6 College Complete ( will pack up and head to Talladega Superspeedwaywith the plan of learning and improving on past performance, the hopes for a podium finishandto avengefor last year's Camping World Truck Series race at Talladega, where Lofton finished 33rd after getting loose and hitting the wall on lap twenty-two. In 2009, Lofton scored an ARCA Series victory at the 2.66-mile track. The Coca-Cola 250 isSaturday, October 22nd, at 4 p.m. ET, live on SPEED. Lofton remains fourteenth in points and Eddie Sharp Racing still remains seventeenth in owner's points.

Learning from past experiences is something that Justin has been able to do well this year and is something that College Complete takes to heart. The team enters the final four races of the season with more knowledge, understanding, and strength than ever before and is expecting great things. Justin says, “I feel that we’ll be very competitive at Talladega in the Chevrolet. Dan and all of the guys on the team have been doing a great job. We just need to get to the finish line, but you never know what to expect on superspeedways.”

Entering Talladega the No. 6 will also feature sponsor support from Grand Canyon University, Anthem College Online and Advance Payment Services (  Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon ( 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 ( 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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