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AMA Racing: Ultra Graphix Sponsorship

2011 AMA Sportbike

Officials from AMA Pro Racing and Ultra Graphix announce an exciting new sponsorship program for the 2011 AMA Pro Road Racing season.

Ultra Graphix, a company specializing in high quality, innovative vehicle wrap design, signage and application, will enter into an agreement with AMA Pro Road Racing as the Official Graphic and Signage company.

Ultra Graphix will be supporting the program in a number of ways. The Ultra Competitor Award of $500.00 will be provided to the AMA Pro Daytona SportBike rider with the best combined finish from both weekend’s races.

The Award will be presented in victory lane upon the conclusion of each weekend’s final Daytona SportBike race throughout the 2011 season.

In addition, the rider that wins the highest number of Ultra Competitor Awards during the course of the season will win the Ultra Graphix "It’s a Wrap" Award to be presented at the season ending banquet. This will be in the form of a free trailer wrap for the Award winner valued at $15,000.

Ultra Graphix will also provide special reduced pricing for all AMA Pro Racing members for any of their graphic and signage needs.

Ultra Graphix, a DeLand, Florida based company provides complete design and production services, combining total image design and implementation capabilities and can perform on-site or mobile installations using existing or specially created designs.

David Atlas
(Chief Operating Officer of AMA Pro Racing) says: "We welcome Ultra Graphix into our sport and appreciate their support of our Daytona SportBike riders with their Ultra Competitor Award. The opportunity for Ultra Graphix to extend their reach in the industry through AMA Pro Racing is important and our riders will be happy to win the Ultra Competitor cash awards throughout the season."

Robbie Roberson
(President of Ultra Graphix) says: "I am very pleased to be able to bring Ultra Graphix into AMA Pro Racing. I am a firm supporter of AMA Pro Racing and I have no doubt that this program will be good for our business and good for the Daytona SportBike series. AMA Pro Road Racing is a very good place to market and showcase our capabilities; we look forward to a successful relationship on and off the track."

For further production information please contact Jackie Sekula at Ultra Graphix, Jackie@ultra-graphix.com or toll free at 855-GO ULTRA. You can also visit them on the web at ultra-graphix.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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