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LeoVince Offers Motocross Sponsorship

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Motocross Sponsorship

LeoVince USA has announced that it is now accepting racer resumes for the 2012 off road / MX racing season. It is proud that MXSponsor.com will be an additional facilitator of their 2012 Off Road Sponsorship Program.

Now in its seventh year, the race program is designed to equip novice racers and seasoned veterans alike with LeoVince exhaust systems and X3 carbon fiber components.

The program consists of tiered pricing discounts for LeoVince’s new X3 Ti-Tech full exhaust system, X3 Titanium systems, slip-ons, and carbon fiber components.

Ted Campbell (LeoVince US Race Manager) says: “We have had great success using MXSponsor and the tools they offer to manage our sponsored racers resumes. We are very excited for the program that we have set up for the 2012 motocross season and MXSponsor will be an important part of this program. MXSponor is very core to the Motocross industry, and I think their platform is simple to use for everyone, from a young racer looking to get sponsored to a moto dad handling his child’s contracts.”

How to Submit a Resume to LeoVince:

To submit a sponsorship resume, off road riders need to sign up for free at MXSponsor.com or email their resumes to Racing@leovinceusa.com. With MXSponosor riders can build their online profile, upload action photos and videos, post race results and submit their profile resume to nearly 200 motocross companies. MXSponsor.com is the fastest and easiest way to be sponsored in the motocross industry and is the exclusive sponsorship partner of LeoVince USA for 2012.

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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