Will Rodgers, KELLY Benefit Strategies and Brandonbilt Motorsports Ready for Season Finale


FREDERICKSBURG, VA – (November 13, 2019) Will Rodgers is set to make his fourth NASCAR Xfinity Series start of his career this weekend at Homestead Miami Speedway. The Maui, Hawaii native looks to improve on his average finish at The Ford EcoBoost 300 Championship race, which will determine the 2019 NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship team and driver.

“I’m thrilled to be back behind the wheel of the No. 86 KELLY Benefit Strategies Chevrolet at Homestead Miami Speedway this weekend. With this race being only my fourth career start in the NASCAR Xfinity Series with Brandonbilt Motorsports, my goal is to stay on the lead lap and finish decent on the 1.5-mile oval. I know the BMS team has my back, from Dough Randolph calling the shots to the pit crew working their magic. Sporting the KELLY colors and brand again at the season finale means so much to me,” said Rodgers.

“We are excited to once again support Will Rodgers as he races in Saturday’s Xfinity Series Ford EcoBoost 300,” said John Kelly, President of KELLY Benefit Strategies. “He represents our brand well—his dedication to the sport and to delivering a first-class performance directly aligns with our commitment to our clients.” Kelly added, “Racing has become a unifying connection among our employees, and we are all pulling for Will this weekend.”

Veteran Crew Chief Doug Randolph will be on the box once again as KELLY Benefit Strategies is joined by WIX Filters, Safety-Kleen and Chevrolet.

Since 1976, KELLY Benefit Strategies has delivered premier employee benefit consulting to businesses of all sizes. As a trusted partner, KBS provides innovative strategy and premier client service through its unique integrated Total Benefits Solution – combining expertise, administration and technology to help clients save time, maximize the value of their benefits investment, and control costs of these benefits.

Based in Fredericksburg, VA. The team was formed in 2010 while competing in the Whelen All-American Series, in 2014 the family-owned organization moved into the Camping World Truck Series, while at the end of 2016 making the jump to the NASCAR Xfinity Series. 2019 is the team’s first full-time campaign in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and has made 38 starts between the No. 86 and No. 68 with a best finish of 6th by Brandon Brown in the No. 86 at Daytona in July of 2019.

Contact: Katie Lochte, KELLY Benefit Strategies
Vice President, Communications 410-891-3021 Office