The Southeast Super Truck Series is very proud to announce that long-time partner, Integra Racing Shocks and Springs, has re-signed for the 2016 season.
Integra, which is based in Coopersville, Michigan, produces high-quality, affordable, very competitive racing shocks and springs that 90% of the teams that compete in the series use on their race machines.
The agreement with Integra was finalized during the Performance Racing Industries trade show in Indianapolis. Integra representative, Anna Walker, commented on the company’s relationship with the Southeast Super Truck Series saying, “Integra Shock and Springs is excited to partner with the Southeast Super Truck Series once again in 2016. The brand recognition and sales have been beneficial and the partnership continues to grow. We are looking forward to another great year.”
“Integra has been a partner of the series since its inception. Our racers have very pleased with the performance of the shocks and springs that Integra produces. We are very pleased that they have decided to partner with us again in 2016.”, said series owner, Jeff Meyers.
The Southeast Super Truck Series has a renewed commitment to its partners. New relationships have been put in place to greatly increase the exposure and return on investment for all series partners.
The series is currently finalizing the schedule and rules for the 2016 season.
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More about the Southeast Super Truck Series:
The Southeast Super Truck Series is a regional touring series that hosts 12 events per year in NC, SC, VA, TN. 2016 will be the series’ fifth season and has shown growth every year. The series’ mission is to provide racers an affordable touring series with a high level of competition. Super Trucks are the primary division, but the series also host Super Stocks and Carolina Vintage cars. For more information on how you can race with or partner with the series, email us at [email protected] Add SESTS in the subject line.
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