Driving Number 33 in his Chevrolet Impala SS Clint Bowyer will begin the 2010 NASCAR season. Sponsors include General Mills, BB&T, and the Hartford Group. Bowyer races for the Richard Childress Racing team.
In 2008 Bowyer won the NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship. This brought him additional race car fans which saw the sales of the Clint Bowyer Apparel, the Clint Bowyer hats, and the Clint Bowyer jackets to soar. Bowyer’s racing career started at the age of five in motocross. During the next eight years he won more than 200 races. In 2002 Bowyer started racing in the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series. Again, this brought more fans and saw the Clint Bowyer memorabilia, Clint Boyer gear, and the Clint Boyer merchandise to receive brisk sales.
Clint Bowyer created the Clint Bowyer Racing in 2009. CBR hired Dale McDowell as the driver of the car. They also build Bowyer’s car in addition to NASCAR champion, Jimmie Johnson.
Bowyer created the Clint Bowyer Charity in 2008. He hosted the first event, a golf tournament, in his hometown in Kansas. The charity event brought in $160,000. The money was turned over to the Emporia Community Foundation to help make the city a better place.