North Adams, MA – RacingJunk.com, the world's leader in automotive motorsports and performance related classifieds, is happy to announce its partnership with the United States Motorsports Association (USMA) and the SAVE GRASSROOTS RACING™ Campaign. Grassroots Racing is massive across the nation and particularly relevant to the RacingJunk audience of racers, performance enthusiasts and manufacturers.
The petition-driven Campaign aims to unify all types of motorsports enthusiasts and supporters in educating lawmakers. Everyone can support the campaign by becoming a Registered Member. There is no cost to join and have your voice heard.
As a Registered Member you'll be kept informed of issues facing the nation and your local area. And best of all, RacingJunk.com is offering one free raffle ticket to win a 2018 Polaris RZR 1000. To get registered visit: www.SaveRacingRJ.com and be sure to enter promo code: RJ.
Jim Sweener, Director of Sales for RacingJunk, said, “We’re very enthusiastic about partnering with the USMA. RacingJunk’s users are vocal supporters of the industry as racers, as enthusiasts, and as manufactures. This partnership helps expose RJ to the USMA base, as well as sharing information from the USMA on important issues affecting our users."
The flagship website of MotorheadMedia, RacingJunk.com is a “one-stop shop” for those looking to buy, sell, trade or interact with people throughout the automotive racing and performance communities. With over 900,000 registered members and 28,000 classified ads, the website generates more than two million visits each month.
The United States Motorsports Association (USMA) is a 501(c)4 nonprofit organization that exists to promote the powerful economic benefits of grassroots racing across America. The USMA is mobilizing racers, participants, industry, and fans to take action and voice the benefits of racing.
The USMA actively engages elected officials through racing events and political rally's and conducts public and private research of value to the racing industry, government agencies and public officials.
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