Busch Light Is Giving Away $2 Million If Kevin Harvick Wins The Daytona 500

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If you’re a Kevin Harvick fan and love to pound some Busch Light on the weekends, this is a dream deal for you.

Busch Light is putting $2 million on Harvick to win the Daytona 500 this year.

Announced earlier this week, NASCAR veteran Kevin Harvick will be calling it quits following the 2023 season, and with Busch being his longtime sponsor, they’re betting big on their boy.

If Harvick gets the job done, the $2 million will go out to one lucky fan, and if you’re that confident, you can head to Busch.com/winthepurse.

Harvick himself weighed in on the campaign:

“There are so many factors that go into building a successful career like the one I’ve been blessed to have, but without a doubt, the support of my fans has been something I couldn’t have done it without.

Busch Light has always seen that, put fans first and led the rallying cry. Now for my final race at Daytona, there’s really no better gesture than to let the ones who helped get me here share in the winnings. I’m grateful to Busch Light for stepping up and making that possible.”

Busch Light has been a proud sponsor of Harvick and his number four car for more than seven years, and this is their way of putting their confidence in the famed racer as he goes into his final season.

Krystyn Stowe, Head of Marketing Busch Family & Natural Family at Anheuser-Busch, also weighed in:

“Our relationship with Kevin has extended beyond what we believed was even possible as a sponsor in NASCAR. We want to go BIG for his final season and rally his fans to support him at his last Daytona 500,kickstarting the most explosive season of his career.

We’re going to be right beside him, cold Busch Lights at the ready in Victory Lane all season long.”

Even if you’re not a huge NASCAR fan, you gotta love some Busch Light and a big fat check.

Kevin Harvick for the win.

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