posted April 10, 2001 02:00 PM
Luxaire signs on as Sprint Car sponsor at Mercer
By Mike Leone
April 8, 2001 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mercer, PA.Mercer Raceway Park is pleased to announce that Luxaire Heating &
Cooling has signed on as the 2001 title sponsor of the sprint cars. Luxaire
joins Bolland Machine, New Castle School of Trades, and Butterfield's Pub as
division sponsors for the 2001 racing season.
"We are pleased that another quality company has joined us as partners,"
said track owner Vicki Emig. "I think the fans and drivers will come to know
Luxaire as synonymous with our sprint cars."
Luxaire's colors currently fly on World of Outlaw Sprint Car star, Andy
Hillenburg's #2 car. Local dealers that represent Luxaire that will help
make this possible include Ray's Heating of Sharpsville, Pa., R.A. Cook
Heating of Hadley, Pa., Rodgers Heating of Sharon, Pa., and Paul's Heating
Specialties of Transfer, Pa. Luxaire has been established as a brand name
for over 50 years, and sets the performance standard for heating and air
"We wanted to get involved at the track," said Steve Kalasky, General
Manager of McCrudden's Heating Supply- a local distributor of Luxaire. "The
sprint cars seemed to be the perfect match."
Returning for the second consecutive season with the big-block modified
division is Bolland Machine of Beaver Falls, Pa. Bolland Machine is your one
stop for all your engine machinery needs. It is one of the largest engine
machinery facilities in the tri-state region. For more information call
New Castle School of Trades, N.C.S.T., has returned for another season as
backer of the sportsman modifieds. A leader in vocational training since
1945, N.C.S.T., is located on Route 422 between New Castle, Pa. and
Youngstown, Ohio. N.C.S.T. offers short-term training in automotive
mechanics, electrical and machinery work, building construction, welding,
and heating ventilation and air conditioning. For more information call
Coming back for the fifth consecutive year as title sponsor of the stock
cars at Mercer Raceway Park is Butterfield's Pub. The restaurant and bar
owned by Al and Diane Butterfield is located on Route 19 just south of
downtown Mercer, Pa. and is famous for their ½-pound, fresh ground,
chargrilled burgers and 14 flavors of chicken wings.
Opening night is scheduled for this Saturday night with gates opening at
4:30 p.m. and racing at 6:30 p.m. For more information call our office at
724-964-9300 or check out www.mercerracewaypark.com.
Contact: Mike Leone, 53 East Glenora Drive, Grove City, PA 16127. Office
phone 724-964-9300 and fax to 724-964-0604. Home phone/fax: 724-748-3358.
Mercer Raceway Park is located 3 miles north of I-80, exit 2. The track is
0.5 miles north of SR 258 on US 19, then 0.2 miles east on Fairground Road
in Findley Township. The office number is 724-964-9300. Fax to 724-964-0604.
The race track phone number is 724-662-1310. Our web site is www.mercerracewaypark.com. E-mail to email@example.com.