Contingency Program Gets Back To Grassroots Racing

CONCORD, NC (May 31, 2007) – RACING ELECTRONICS is one of the most well-known companies in the Motorsports world today.  But that doesn’t stop the Concord, North Carolina-based company from wanting to continually reach out to new racers and new race fans around the country.

Now, the leader in Professional Race Communications has teamed up with one of the fastest-growing Short Track Racing Series in the country.  RACING ELECTRONICS has teamed up with the Pro All Stars Series for its North and South Super Late Model Tours to become a contingency sponsor.

“We are always looking to become more involved with grassroots racing and the PASS North and South Super Late Model Series is a great place to do that,” said RACING ELECTRONICS President and CEO, Bruce Silver.  “That series has really been growing over the last couple of years and with the addition of the South Series last year, it’s the perfect place for us to get involve.  This allows us to hit a couple of other areas of the country.  It also let’s the weekly racers, that keep our sport going and healthy, see that we support them.”

As part of the contingency sponsorship, RACING ELECTRONICS will offer PASS North and South teams $50 gift certificates for the second-place finisher of each event in each region.  It’s all part of RE’s “Second To None” program.  In addition, RE will be at many of the races, working directly with the series officials and teams.  The series will also award a brand new two-way headset at the banquet at the end of the year.

“Adding Racing Electronics to our family of contingency sponsors is something that will only benefit our racers,” said Tom Mayberry, Owner and President of the Pro All Star Series.  “We’ve already lined up a great group of supporters for the season and adding RACING ELECTRONICS will only make it that much stronger.  We use RACING ELECTRONICS stuff when we go to the racetrack and we know how good their product really is.”

Racing Electronics manufactures and supplies a complete line of race communication products and accessories and has been serving the professional drivers and pit crews, as well as the race fan, for more than 18 years. 

Racing Electronics offers customers a free, full-size, full-color, 24-page catalog (either by mail or by download off its website, www.racingelectronics) where they can choose from a variety of two-way radios, scanners, headphones and headsets, as well as a complete selection of accessories.  RE also offers an online Frequency Membership where you can get up-to-date listings of current races and associated scanner frequencies.  In addition to two stores in Concord, NC, and Pleasantville, NJ, Racing Electronics has mobile offices at all NEXTEL Cup, Busch and Craftsman Truck Series events, along with all NHRA races.  RE also attends many ARCA, IRL, Whelen Modified Tour, PASS and UARA races, along with many other series events throughout the season.

For more information on Racing Electronics, please contact them at 1-800-272-7111 or visit them on the web at