Austin Hill picks up sponsorship from Realtree for Talladega


Austin Hill and Beard Motorsports will welcome the camouflage colors of Realtree aboard the No. 62 Chevrolet Camaro for the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.

The car design has the familiar Realtree camouflage design with the Turkeys for Tomorrow promtion being featured on the hood.

Turkeys for Tomorrow, a 501(c)3 non-profit group dedicated to wild turkey conservation, has humble roots. Formed in 2021 by veteran turkey hunters who were concerned about the future of the wild turkey and the turkey hunting tradition, the group has continued to grow and be at the forefront of cutting-edge wild turkey research projects.

“Realtree was one of the first national brands to support Turkeys for Tomorrow and has been a steadfast supporter ever since,” said Ron Jolly, a founding board member of TFT. “In 2023, our partnership has grown to a new level. The TFT logo will grace the hood of the No. 62 Camaro at Talladega, and that is made possible solely by Realtree. We look forward to growing this partnership and making a difference for wild turkeys.”

Hill will be looking to make his first start in the Cup Series this season after failing to make the season Daytona 500. Though seven races in the Xfinity Series he has three wins and currently is their points leader.

“I’m looking forward to getting to Talladega and having Realtree and Turkeys for Tomorrow on our No. 62 Chevrolet,” said the 28-year-old Hill. “Realtree has been a great partner of mine and as an outdoorsman, I love representing their company and the values that they stand for, including conservation. I truly enjoy fishing, hunting, and spending time outdoors, and Realtree always makes sure I’m geared up properly whether I’m in a hunting blind or taking my kids to school. Daytona didn’t go like we had hoped on the Cup side, but a positive of the week was getting to know the Beard family better. We are going to give it our best shot in Talladega, and I can’t wait to get back behind the wheel of a Cup car.”

John Boarman
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Founder and Owner of Tireball Sports.

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