Topic: Design 500 expands contingency program to include three special I.M.C.A. series
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posted May 01, 2001 03:21 PM Design 500 expands contingency program to include three special I.M.C.A. series VINTON, Iowa (May 1) - Design 500 has expanded its I.M.C.A. contingency program to award product certificates in three special series. The Seattle, Wash., driver suit and crew apparel manufacturer will give those certificates for each event in the Mid-west Motorsports Best of the Midwest Series for I.M.C.A. Sunoco Stock Cars and in the Jackpot Junction Tour for I.M.C.A. Sprint Cars this season. Design 500 will also continue its contingency program in the Deery Brothers Summer Series for I.M.C.A. Sunoco Late Models. Third-place finishers in each Jackpot Junction event will receive $50 product certificates. The eighth-place driver will get a $100 certificate. Drivers finishing fifth in the Midwest and the Deery Brothers feature races will receive $50 product certificates. A $100 certificate will be awarded to the top non-transfer position from the "B" main. Drivers in all three series are required to display two Design 500 decals prominently on their race car to be eligible for the awards. "The Design 500 program awarded certificates to a great number of drivers in the Deery Brothers Summer Series last season, and this year we were able to expand that involvement to include two additional series," I.M.C.A. Marketing Di-rector Kevin Yoder said. "The race for a transfer spot is often tough and Design 500 wanted to recognize a driver who just missed qualifying for the feature."