Your dog's picture could wind up on the side of this NASCAR

People take pet photography seriously these days.
In fact, it's not uncommon to come across a wiener dog with an Instagram account, or a shar pei with a Twitter feed, or even just a regular old mixed-race mutt with its own social media presence.
If you're one of those people who can't resist sharing your isn't-he-just-the-cutest dog's face with the world by any means necessary – admit it, you are – then pay attention, because this contest is for you.
Put on by
Nutri Chomps
, a proud purveyor of 100-per-cent rawhide free doggy dental treats, in partnership with NASCAR driver Chase Briscoe, the contest invites pet owners to take a picture of their pooch with a package of the brand's canine snacks and upload it to social media for a chance to have the photo slapped to the side of Briscoe's #98 Ford as it competes in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
So cool what @nutri_chomps
is doing this season. Each week we will have a different dog on the side of our car. Take a picture of your dog with a package of Nutri Chomps and use the hashtag #ChaseThe98
and each week we will randomly pick a new winner to be on the side of the car! pic.twitter.com/vQ6hVED8aa
— Chase Briscoe (@ChaseBriscoe5) February 12, 2019
And it's not just one pooch who will be getting the spotlight, but many.
'Each week week we will have a different dog on the side of our car,' the Tweet reads. 'Take a picture of your dog with a package of Nutri Chomps and use the hashtag
#ChaseThe98
and each week we will randomly pick a new winner to be on the side of the car!'
Ricky has something important to tell you about @DISupdates
… Want to see your dog on the side of our @XfinityRacing
98? All you have to do is take a picture of your dog with a package of @nutri_chomps
and use the hashtag #ChaseThe98
and share it on social media for your chance! pic.twitter.com/fzp5e99oCz
— Chase Briscoe (@ChaseBriscoe5) February 12, 2019
Briscoe's own beloved French bulldog Ricky Bobby has already gotten in on the action, but he won't be the last.
Could this be Spot's big break, or just a brilliant way for Nutri Chomps to sell thousands of bags of dog treats? Technically, it could be both.
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