Circle Sport, LLC, announced that Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund, Inc.will sponsor the team’s #33 Chevy driven by 2012 Rookie-of-the-Year contender Stephen Leicht in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race this weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Leicht, making his 12th start of the season, will pilot the #33 OPSECteam.org Chevrolet Impala under the lights at AMS in the AdvoCare 500 on Sunday night.
The OPSEC name and logo will adorn the hood and quarter panels of the #33 along with the organization’s web site www.OPSECteam.org to drive attention to the online documentary film “Dishonorable Disclosures.”
“We are honored that Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund has chosen to partner with Circle Sport as they look to bring awareness to their cause by connecting with the NASCAR fan base,” stated Circle Sport team owner Joe Falk. “NASCAR is a powerful medium just as is OPSEC’s use of social media to promote its online documentary and we hope to drive their message to the millions of NASCAR fans.
It is also fitting that Scott Taylor has chosen the Labor Day weekend to broadcast OPSEC’s message to a nationwide audience in NASCAR’s premier series.” Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund, Inc.
(OPSEC) is a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization and is composed of former members of U.S. special operations forces and intelligence community (Circle Sport, LLC)