Hunt Brothers Pizza Partners With Richard Petty Motorsports

Company to serve as a sponsor for No. 44 car in 2009

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Hunt Brothers Pizza has partnered with Richard Petty Motorsports for the 2009 NASCAR racing season. The Nashville, Tenn.-based company will serve as a primary sponsor of the No. 44 car driven by AJ Allmendinger, one of the sport's hottest drivers, who is currently ranked 15th in the Sprint Cup points standings. The Hunt Brothers-sponsored Dodge will make its first appearance at the Talladega Superspeedway on April 26.

"Partnering with Richard Petty Motorsports is exciting for everyone involved with Hunt Brothers," said Scott Hunt, CEO of Hunt Brothers [image-nocss] Pizza. "We feel blessed to be in a position to support AJ while connecting with our convenience store customers, many of whom are NASCAR fans."

"Getting the opportunity to work with 'The King', Mr. Richard Petty, AJ Allmendinger and all the professionals at Richard Petty Motorsports, offers us a unique opportunity. We are excited and looking forward to seeing the Hunt Brothers Dodge on the track."

The four Hunt BrothersDon, Lonnie, Jim and Charliehave been in the pizza business since 1962. Hunt Brothers Pizza is the largest distributor of fresh dough pizza to the convenience store market, with more than 6,000 locations in 28 states.

The Hunt Brothers Pizza program offers a complete turnkey operation for convenience stores, and all of the equipment and training the storeowner needs to be successful. The store is serviced weekly by Hunt Brothers Pizza team members, who deliver product in company-owned trucks. In addition to delivery, service includes rotating product, training employees, displaying marketing materials, and support in business development. The Hunt Brothers product line encompasses all day partsincluding the company's 12 pizza, its Thin Crust pizza and their distinctive 12 breakfast pizza, all with Hunt Brothers Pizza's signature promise of "All Toppings No Extra Charge."