Chase Elliott doesn’t know how to slow down. In addition to being the first NASCAR rookie to win a national championship, the racing superstar is proudly partnering with UNTUCKit to offer a new, limited-edition Made in America shirt featuring his No. 9 car mark on the sail.
In addition to supporting American businesses by crafting this shirt in North Carolina, UNTUCKit is making a donation to the VFW in honor of Memorial Day. The Chase Elliott Foundation is matching that donation—and making another to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
Elliott is passionate about this new venture because it allows him to support our veterans—and because he likes to keep his style easy and simple off the track.
“I’ve always loved UNTUCKit apparel because of its great quality and fit,” says Elliott. “After seeing the finished product, this will definitely be my go-to business-casual shirt.”
The donations Elliott and UNTUCKit make will go to help veterans further their education. The Chase Elliott Foundation’s fund will go to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which gives financial support to veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress.
“I want to help the people who have done so much for my freedom and this country,” says Elliott. “As someone with family members who have served in the military, I’ve seen firsthand how that responsibility affects both veterans and their families.”
UNTUCKit’s Made in America shirts are crafted with crisp, cotton fabric and include patriotic red, white, and blue details. In addition to the donations, UNTUCKit will continue to offer members of the armed forces, veterans, and military family members 25 percent off their entire order online and in more than 60 UNTUCKit stores.
“I have a lot of respect for people who dedicate their lives to causes greater than themselves,” said Elliott. “The veterans and their families are the true heroes.”
The limited-edition shirt is now available at UNTUCKit.com, Chase Elliott’s online store, and trackside at The Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina on May 26.