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Tim Bainey Jr. & the #00 Aaron’s Lucky Dog Truck Team Look to Finish Up 2009 Schedule at Martinsville


Tim Bainey Jr. and the #00 Aaron’s Lucky Dog NASCAR Truck Series Team will head to the famed Martinsville Speedway to end out their season in the Kroger 200 October 24th.


“We’re excited to get to Martinsville,” said Tim Jr. “We’ve had a pretty good start to this whole Truck Series deal with our Aaron’s Team. We’re still learning, but we keep getting better each time out. And I think Martinsville could be a great place for us to end our ‘09 season with a strong run.”


“I have to thank everyone at Aaron’s for making us a part of their family. It’s a great partnership that we get to take to Nascar Racing Fans everywhere we go. Nikki and I are having a great time on the road with the Aaron’s Dream Team Express Tour, and my family is looking forward to our future together.”


Tim Jr. and the #00 Aaron’s Lucky Dog Truck Series Team are coming off a 30th place finish at New Hampshire in their last outing, after qualifying 21st for the event.


“We had a great truck at Loudon,” said Tim Jr. “That makes me feel pretty good about going to Martinsville.”


It will be Tim Jr. (along with the entire team’s) first ever trip to the famed ½ mile.


“It’s always tough when you go to a track for the first time, but if we can unload with a truck like we had at Loudon a few weeks ago… we should be in pretty good shape,” finished up Tim Jr.


The Kroger 200 will be Televised Live on Speed Saturday, October 24th at 1:00pm.


Tim Jr. and the AARON’S DREAM TEAM EXPRESS TOUR will continue their nationwide tour this week with a number of appearances surrounding the Martinsville NASCAR Truck Series Event. They will be hitting AARON’S Stores in Raleigh, NC – Durham, NC  - Danville, VA – and Martinsville, VA.


They will be announcing the remaining schedule of the 09 Aaron’s Dream Team Express Tour, the 09 Holiday Season Tour within the next 2 weeks – so be sure to check on that.


You can find out more on the AARON’S DREAM TEAM EXPRESS at Fans will be able to get autographs, photos, and just have an all around great time with their friends and families as part of this tour!


A full schedule of events and appearances can be found there and if you haven’t seen the VIDEO RECAPS – Then you’re in for a treat – be sure to check it out – only at


About Aaron’s

Aaron's Inc. (NYSE: RNT) based in Atlanta, GA currently has more than 1,600 Company-operated and franchised stores in 48 states and Canada for the lease ownership, rental and sale of residential and office furniture, consumer electronics, computers and household appliances. The Company also manufactures furniture, bedding and accessories at 13 facilities in five states.


Aaron's stores offer customers access to high quality furniture, appliances, electronics and computers for sale or on a lease-ownership arrangement. Customers have the option of buying their merchandise for an attractive cash price, or opting to lease their merchandise for even greater payment flexibility. With a lease option, customers make modest monthly payments and have the immediate use of the items they need without waiting for credit checks or other delays. Plus, Aaron's will take care of delivery, set-up, repairs and more for the duration of a customer's lease.


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