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jammin
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posted April 26, 2002 02:23 AM UIN: 16262997
Performance Bodies adds product awards to contingency program
VINTON, Iowa (April 25) – Putting a different twist to its 2002 program, Performance Bodies will give contingency awards this season to I.M.C.A. drivers in three divisions and one special series.
The national I.M.C.A. Sunoco Stock Car rookie of the year and the top 10 finishers in both Stock Car regions will re-ceive a free nosepiece and headlight decal kit, while the top 10 drivers in final points for the Deery Brothers Summer Series for I.M.C.A. Sunoco Late Models each receive a Performance Bodies dirt nose and headlight decal kit.
The Cedar Falls, Iowa, company manufactures race car bodies and sells high-performance parts and accessories, and will continue sponsoring the Modified and Hobby Stock divisions.
Champions in each of the seven regions for Modifieds will receive $200 certificates again this season, with $100 cer-tificates going to the second through fifth-place finishers.
National Modified and Hobby Stock rookies of the year are in line for $200 product certificates, and the top 10 Hobby Stock drivers in the final national point standings receive $100 product certificates.
Drivers in all four divisions are required to display two Performance Bodies decals on their race car to be eligible for the con-tingencies. Rookie registration forms are published in the point section of the newsletter and must be filled out and returned to the I.M.C.A. home office by Aug. 1.
For more information about Performance Bodies products, call (319) 277-2066 or log onto the www.performancebodies.com website.
“Performance Bodies manufactures an excellent product for our Late Model and Stock Car drivers, and this season they will be giving noses and decal kits away to many drivers in those divisions,” I.M.C.A. Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “When you add the Modified and Hobby Stock contingencies to that, Performance Bodies is once again one of our largest supporters.”


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