Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Büchenbach, DE, Bayern
Grassroots Racers: Team SafeRacer Sponsorships Available
Just got an email from SafeRacer
and thought I'd pass it on because I am sure there are a few grassroots racers here.
Team SafeRacer Sponsorships Available
Any interest in becoming the next Team SafeRacer Factory Racer? We do a lot of magazine ads, want to be featured in one? We also show some great race cars on our website, could yours be next?
Due to absolutely overwhelming response last year, we are expanding our Team SafeRacer Racer program. This is going to be open to our wide spectrum of racers - from karting and Legends to formulas and modifieds. Dirt, Mud, Asphalt, Drag, Road, Auto-X, Marine,,,,, and everything in between. If you race it, you might be next.
We are looking for drivers who show the true spirit of GrassRoots Racing. You don't have to be a multi-time track or divisional champion. We also want racers who understand the importance of promotion, promoting yourselves and your sponsors. Racers with websites and FaceBook pages. What, you don't have a FaceBook page? Come on, it's not hard and it's a great way for racers to let the world know what they've been doing lately.
Send us a short summary of your racing experience, your plans for 2010, including a picture of your vehicle, and be willing to include links to SafeRacer from your racing website and FaceBook pages once you are accepted. If you make the cut, you'll receive new SafeRacer decals, free racing goodies and special deep discounts. Get your stuff in to us by the end of January and we'll be making decisions as soon as possible thereafter. Send to info@SafeRacer.com.
We want to thank all of you for being the best customers around, we're blessed to be associated with you guys.
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