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Pensacola, Florida (December 1, 2017) – Blackstone Management Partners announced today that Triple K Construction, which is based in Robertsdale, AL, will partner with four-time and defending ARCA Midwest Tour champion, and newly signed NASCAR XFINITY Series driver, Ty Majeski, and Team M Motorsports, for the 50th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway (FL) on Sunday, December 3. Majeski, who has finished third in each of his last two Snowball Derby appearances, will pilot the No. 91 iRacing/Triple K Construction Ford Fusion for Sunday’s 300-lap event. “I’m really honored to have Triple K Construction on board our No. 91 Ford Fusion down here at the Derby this week,” said Majeski. “It takes so much to come down here and be competitive – a lot of people, a lot of resources – and to have a partner come on like this is pretty cool, and it helps out our little team, a lot. I think we have a pretty good race car. We had two really good practice days, and I’m looking forward to qualifying tonight, and the race on Sunday.” Triple K Construction, which specializes in commercial and residential land development in Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi, will make their debut with the Seymour, Wisconsin-based driver for the 50th Annual Snowball Derby. “As an Alabama native, business owner, and race fan, it’s an honor to partner with Ty (Majeski) and Team M Motorsports for the 50th Annual Snowball Derby,” said Kevin Kirchharr, owner of Triple K Construction. “Majeski has dominated the Super Late Model scene the last few years, and to have a driver with his credentials represent our brand, at our home track, is an honor. We have numerous employees, family members, and friends coming out to Pensacola this weekend, and we look forward to cheering Ty on to his first victory in the Snowball Derby on Sunday.” Fifty-six Super Late Model drivers have shown up for thirty-six positions for Sunday’s race. Thirty drivers will make the field via qualifying, which is scheduled for 6 p.m. CT on Friday, Dec. 1. Four drivers will make the field via the last chance race on Saturday, Dec. 2, and two drivers will be given a provisional – making a 36-car field for the prestigious race. The 50th Annual Snowball Derby is scheduled for 2 p.m. CT on Sunday, Dec. 3. For up to date information, and to watch Majeski go for the Tom Dawson trophy via a live television-style broadcast visit: For more information on Triple K Construction visit: For more information on Blackstone Management Partners visit: 

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