Most single men don't pay much attention to which brand of laundry detergent they buy, beyond whatever's cheapest. But back in North Carolina, I had a friend who was adamant about using Tide and could identify others who used it by their scent.
Just to screw with you, GameStop's put Gran Turismo 5, which was originally planned to release on Tuesday, on the hood of Joey Logan's No. 20 Toyota for tomorrow's O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway. Seen via GoJoeyLogano.com
Thing about Joey Logano, driver of NASCAR's No. 20 GameStop Toyota, is when he pits for a splash of gas and two driver's side tires he trades in the used ones for $6.75 in store credit. (/laugh track)
Four races into a 21-race sponsorship with GameStop, NASCAR driver Joey Logano averages a fifth-place finish with games sponsorship on his hood. He looks to change that in Kentucky tomorrow with an intimidating Super Mario Galaxy 2 paint job.
Been awhile since we heard from our friend Joey Logano, whose No. 20 Toyota routinely sports some kind of GameStop hood ornament touting a current or upcoming game. Let's fix that.
As part of our neverending mission to tell you what video game is now turning left four times at 100 mph
on Saturday tonight, let's check in with Joey Logano and the No. 20 GameStop Toyota.
After a week in which potholes played havoc with the Daytona 500 field, now it looks like Joey Logano and the No. 20 GameStop Toyota team are gonna rain shells and bananas on Fontana in the next Nationwide Series race.
No, says the man in Daytona, it belongs to BioShock 2. By way of GameStop. Joey Logano's gonna run real good in the No. 20 GameStop BioShock 2 Toyota in tomorrow's Nationwide Series race.
Just as DJ Hero, New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Guitar Hero have done before it, Modern Warfare 2 will grace the chassis of GameStop's NASCAR Nationwide Series entry car. It'll do so this weekend, too!