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RUOFF HOME MORTGAGE RETURNS WITH ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT  Mortgage Lender Leader to Serve as Primary Sponsor for Marco Andretti at St. Petersburg and Mid-Ohio INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 9, 2018) – The blue, green and white of Ruoff Home Mortgage will dress the No. 98 Andretti-Herta Autosport entry for two races during the 2018 Verizon IndyCar Series. The […]

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Ruoff Home Mortgage Expands Partnership with Andretti Autosport To Mid-Ohio

RUOFF HOME MORTGAGE EXPANDS PARTNERSHIP TO MID-OHIO INDIANAPOLIS (July 24, 2017) – The No. 26 machine of Takuma Sato will take on a familiar look when it hits the 2.258-mile track of Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The 2017 Indianapolis 500 winner’s car will resemble the Ruoff Home Mortgage Honda that brought the Japanese driver his […]

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Ruoff Home Mortgage Extends Partnership with Andretti Autosport Following Indy 500 Victory

Ruoff Home Mortgage Extends Partnership with Andretti Autosport Following Indy 500 Victory DETROIT (June 2, 2017) – Newly-crowned Indianapolis 500 champion Takuma Sato will continue to carry Ruoff Home Mortgage on his No. 26 machine into the upcoming double-header weekend in Detroit. The Indiana-based company, which joined the Andretti Autosport partnership portfolio just in time […]

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