Charlotte, NC (September 01, 2021) – In recognition of women in sports, especially those that are male-dominated, hair loss solutions company HairClub has partnered with Arab – American female NASCAR driver Toni Breidinger for the remainder of the 2021 season.
Breidinger is the first Arab-American female driver to have participated in a NASCAR national series and currently drives the #25 car for Venturini Motorsports, a Toyota Racing Development team. Women, let alone women of color, are drastically underrepresented and underfunded in professional sports, and Breidinger breaks through these barriers rooted in gender and ethnic inequalities in the fast lane.
“Gaining confidence in yourself is so important, especially as a driver,” said Breidinger. “Building up your self-confidence can be life changing. It’s something I’ve been working on in myself and that I hope to help other women with as well. Partnering with HairClub is a perfect match for that goal and together I believe we can really make an impact.”
Breidinger will be driving #25 HairClub Toyota Camry this weekend for the NASCA’s ARCA Mendards Southern Illinois 100 race at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds.
Breidinger was a natural partner for HairClub as her success as a NASCAR racer fulfills much more than her goals as an athlete. According to the Women’s Sports Foundation, over 75% of working women feel that sports help enhance their self-image. HairClub aims to accomplish the same goal. Transforming the lives of hundreds of thousands through hair regrowth, replacement, and restoration, both Breidinger and HairClub believe in the value of self-confidence.
“We’re honored to partner with an athlete as talented as Toni,” said Mike Nassar, President & CEO of HairClub. “We applaud her determination to defy the odds in NASCAR while continuing to stand by her values and roots, which align with our own. We’re always looking to identify changemakers that best represent HairClub’s core values and will continue to do that with partnerships to come.”
Empowered women like Breidinger empower other women. Her partnership with HairClub allows the hair loss solution company to redefine what it means to support women. HairClub’s hair loss solutions, for women in particular, go far beyond enhancing cosmetic image. The results that HairClub clients experience lift them up and empower them to be their best selves. This partnership is another step in HairClub’s commitment in working with likeminded brands and changemakers that promote self-confidence and female achievement.
Founded in 1976, HairClub is North America’s number one provider of total hair loss solutions. For more than 40 years, Hair Club has helped hundreds of thousands restore, replace and regrow their hair and transform their lives. Today, HairClub has nearly 120 locations throughout the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyo-based Aderans Co. Ltd., the world’s leading provider of total hair loss solutions.