CMR Construction & Roofing Leverages Motorsports Sponsorships to Promote Ragin Country Crawl Benefit Concert for Louisiana Hurricane Victims

9 October 2021 Pirelli GT4 America

CMR Construction & Roofing is a seasoned motorsports sponsor, partnering with NASCAR Xfinity, NHRA, Powerboat P1, SRO Sports cars, and IMSA racing teams. The company is known for its motto, WHEN SPEED MATTERS, representing its natural fit with motorsports and its commitment to providing nationwide rapid-response services following natural disasters. In upcoming races, CMR's dedication to motorsports and philanthropy will come together as the company leverages its sponsorships to promote the Ragin Country Crawl (RCC) benefit concert, which will raise funds to support hurricane victims across southern Louisiana. 

Racing fans will see the Ragin Country Crawl logo proudly displayed across all CMR-sponsored racing teams, including: 
NASCAR Xfinity Series: Ryan Sieg
NHRA Drag Racing: Kalitta Motorsports Doug Kalitta - Top Fuel, Shawn Langdon - Top Fuel, and JR Todd - Funny Car
Powerboat P1: Shaun Torrente
SRO Road Racing: Matt Forbush
IMSA Road Racing: Matt McMurry

"Immediately following Hurricane Ida, our team was on the ground rebuilding the homes, businesses, and institutions at the heart of the community. We are deeply inspired by the strength and spirit of the good people of southern Louisiana who have overcome much adversity over the years," says Steve Soule, CEO at CMR Construction & Roofing. "We decided to host the Ragin Country Crawl benefit concert to amplify our support for this community and provide a fun way for companies and individuals to give back. We are proud of our motorsport’s partnerships, which are always here to help us accomplish our goals. These sponsorships will provide the valuable networks and exposure necessary to promote this event so we can make a substantial and lasting impact."

Ragin Country Crawl will be headlined by Lee Brice and feature exciting performances by Randy Houser, Colt Ford, and Dee Jay Silver. The concert will take place on November 7th at the CAJUNDOME in Lafayette, Louisiana, and an estimated 100% of ticket sales revenue will be donated to Hurricane Relief Concerts Foundation for the benefit of charitable organizations supporting local recovery efforts, including, Volunteer Louisiana, Terrebonne General Employee Relief Fund, and Baton Rouge Area Foundation. Visit for more information and to purchase tickets or make a donation.