Alloy backs Josh Williams for NASCAR Xfinity race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the 4th of July


INDIANAPOLIS– NASCAR Xfinity Series playoff contender Josh Williams will encounter a pairof firsts during this weekend’s Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard.

For one, it will mark his – and the series’ – first time competing on the famed facility’s 2.439-mile infield road course. For another, it will mark Williams’ first race with new sponsor Alloy Employer Services.

Alloy Employer Services, an expert resource for HR related business services, will serve as the primary partner aboard Williams’No. 92 Chevrolet Camaro on Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course. Alloy’s association with Williams is its first foray into the NASCAR market.

Based in Columbus, Ohio, Alloy Employer Services Offers innovative solutions to the complex needs of workers compensation and employee benefits. IndustriesAlloy works with include healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, maintenance, hospitality and construction.

Alloy’s Midwest roots have led to a national reach, serving its clients with workers in more than 30 states across the countrythanks to its thanks to its risk management expertise and innovative plan designs. 

“AlloyEmployer Services is excited to break into NASCAR at a time when the country is facing this unprecedented medical crisis,” said Chris Estey, Chief Marketing Officer for Alloy. “Alloy supports a large workforce who are getting back to work from coast to coast just as NASCAR has, rising to the challenge of getting its drivers and personnel back to work in the safest and smartest way possible. We support those efforts 100 percent and are proud to sponsor Josh Williams this Saturday on Independence Day at the famedIndianapolis Motor Speedway.

“Josh epitomizes the American Dream and American drive to succeed,” Estey continued. “He embodies the spirit of the American worker, finding a path to success with the support of his dedicated fans and supporters. Alloy celebrates Josh and all of the American workforce who are getting back to work and we look forward to cheering on the No. 92 Alloy Employer Services Camaro this weekend!”

Williams is hoping that the variable of the first road course of the season on the Xfinity Series schedule will allow him to get his playoff push back on track, after back-to-back crashes at Talladega (Ala.)Super speedway and Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., stymied his positive momentum.

Despite those incidents, the 26-year-old is 15th in the playoff standings through 12 races, just three positions and 45 points away from qualifying for the postseason in his just second full-time campaign.

Prior to Talladega, Williams’ average finish over the previous nine races was 15th, including a pair of top-10 finishes. That record of consistency gives him plenty of reason to believe his DGM Racing team can rebound and climb back into the playoff conversation.

“To say the last two weeks didn’t go as planned would bea fair statement, but racing is racing and you just have to take the good with the bad, get over it quickly and reset for the next one,” Williams noted. “We know we’ve had speed just about everywhere we’ve gone this season, and when you keep bringing fast cars to the racetrack, the finishes will come. We’re excited to get to Indianapolis and really glad to bring Alloy Employer Services on board the No. 92 Camaro this weekend. It’s always exciting to give a sponsor their first experience in NASCAR, especially a sponsor who supports the American workforce.

“Even though times are different right now, we’re hopingto give them a strong run on Saturday and get back closer to that top 12 in points.”

Saturday’s Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard will go greenat 3 p.m. ET, live on NBC, the IMS Radio Network and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90.


Alloy is pleased to be joined by Carefactor supporting Josh on Saturday. Carefactor is an indispensable strategic partner for Alloy and a pioneering health plan management company supporting Alloy and its many clients with value and efficiency.  


We are also joined by ProAct supporting the number 92 car at Indianapolis. ProAct is an industry leading, full-service pharmacy benefits management company. ProAct is essential in providing access to pharmacy benefits that employees in the Alloy plan depend upon.  


About AlloyEmployer Services


AlloyEmployer Services is an innovation leader helping our clients to manage their workforce and the associated risk leading to reduced cost, simplified administration and improved outcomes.  Alloy manages workers' compensation, payroll administration and other core HR functions for its clients with operations across the country.

AlloyEmployer Services serves a range of clients from small businesses to ones with over a thousand employees. Industries Alloy serves include healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, maintenance, hospitality and construction.

Alloy’s Midwest roots have led to a national reach, serving its clients with workers in more 30 states across the country thanks to its risk management expertise and innovative plan designs. 

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