New Hampshire Motor Speedway announced on Tuesday that Cape Cod Cafe Pizza will be sponsor Pole Day at coming on Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series weekend on Friday, July 20.
“We love building relationships with local companies, so we’re thrilled to add Cape Cod Café Pizza to our list of partners,” said David McGrath, executive vice president and general manager of New Hampshire Motor Speedway in a news release.
“They’ve been around for a long time, delivering quality pizza to New Englanders, and now fans can enjoy Cape Cod Café Pizza during the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301.”
The Jamoulis has been part of Cape Cod Pizza for over seven decades. It started when E. James Jamoulis purchased Cape Cod Cafe and worked on the pizza recipe working on it daily to build up the bar and the kitchen.
Jim Jamoulis and his wife Lynne took over the family business in the late 1970’s and now their two sons Jonathan and Jeremy run the family business and continue the family legacy with keeping the pizza that tastes the same since 1950.
“We are excited to sponsor the Pole Day as we continue to expand and grow our line of frozen pizzas throughout the region,” said Jeremy Jamoulis, owner of Cape Cod Café Pizza in a news release
“We’ll be at the speedway for the whole weekend, so come by for a slice, and then make sure you look for Cape Cod Café Pizza in your grocer’s freezer on the way home.”
Fans looking to purchase Cape Cod Pizza can purchase it under their concession stand under Section L in the Main Grandstand by Stairs 8 and at the Smoke Shack BBQ restaurant in the infield.
There will be an action-packed day on Friday, July 20 with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series three-round elimination qualifying beginning at 4:45 p.m. and the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour All-Star Shootout beginning at 2:10 p.m. and a full day of practice
for all the divisions. The NASCAR Xfinity Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.
The Foxwoods Resort 301 will take the green flag with the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday, July 22 at 2 p.m.