UPS Extends Relationship with NHRA
Will Continue to Handle Delivery Needs Of World’s Leading Drag Racing League
ATLANTA - UPS (NYSE:UPS) today announced it has extended its relationship with the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) as the league’s Preferred Shipping and Logistics Supplier.
“On the race track, drag racing rewards quick, safe and on-time performance. Those traits are synonymous with UPS and consistent with how we fulfill the delivery needs of NHRA race fans, officials and competitors,” said Ron Rogowski, UPS’s director of sponsorship. “So UPS is extremely pleased to continue this association.”
UPS has served as the NHRA’s Preferred Shipping and Logistics Supplier since the 2006 season. In other forms of motorsports, UPS will continue as the Official Delivery Service of NASCAR in 2009, when it also begins a primary sponsorship of Sprint Cup Series driver David Ragan and Roush Fenway Racing.
“We share the growing excitement leading up to the 2009 debut of the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series season,” added Rogowski. “UPS is proud of its association with the NHRA and looks forward to continuing to provide excellent delivery and logistics service to all those in and around the sport.”
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