Friday, March 6, 2009

Tommy Baldwin Racing gives small businesses the chance to get involved with NASCAR

Have you ever dreamed of seeing your businesses name appear on a NASCAR Sprint Cup car? Now is your chance! Tommy Baldwin Racing announces a unique and rewarding opportunity to help small businesses gain national attention. This is a fantastic way to promote your business on a very well respected, up and coming race team. Check out their press release below.

Mooresville, N.C. (March 5, 2009) – With the recession affecting many Americans and small businesses throughout the United States, Tommy Baldwin Racing has developed a creative way where small businesses and Americans can show their support for one another.

For a nominal fee of $8,000, small businesses throughout the United States will get the opportunity to place their company logo on the c-post of the No. 36 Red Bank Outfitters Toyota. Along with the sponsorship, the company will receive two VIP credentials that will grant them access into the NASCAR Sprint Cup garage and pit road during practice and the race.

Additionally, a link from their website will give businesses the chance to place coupons on the website that offer struggling Americans discounts on services, goods and other common needs. The monetary values of the coupons are intended to steer consumers to participating small businesses that provide quality merchandise and services to hard-working Americans.

“This program shows how small business can support one another during some tough economic times,” said Baldwin, owner of Tommy Baldwin Racing. “With a small investment these businesses can show their support of TBR and give Americans some relief with discounts on services and merchandise while driving traffic to their businesses.”

To become part of this program, or for more information, contact Everest Marketing Group at (704) 688-0765.

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