ALLSTAR: TW Metals re-signs with All Stars
Exton, PA - TW Metals, a leading distributor of specialty metals with over 40 locations worldwide, has announced that they will return as a Corporate Sponsor of the All Star Circuit of Champions for the 2001 racing season. A full-line steel ...
Exton, PA - TW Metals, a leading distributor of specialty metals with over 40 locations worldwide, has announced that they will return as a Corporate Sponsor of the All Star Circuit of Champions for the 2001 racing season.
A full-line steel service center, TW Metals services a diverse range of customers in the metalworking industry. The company's Motorsports Alloys Group (M.A.G.) is a specialty business unit which supplies a wide range of metals to the motorsports community. " We are pleased to be returning as a Sponsor of the All Stars for the third consecutive year," states Toledo, Ohio based Joe Darmofal, Manager of the Motorsports Alloys Group. " We are pleased with the relationship we have developed with the All Stars. They have been very supportive of our strategic initiatives geared toward establishing name recognition within the open-wheel segment of the sport. We believe the All Stars are committed to creating value for their sponsors", Darmofal added.
In addition to its point fund contribution, the company will continue its support of the nightly "TW Metals Top 10 Award" as well as the periodic "Special Bonus Night" program.
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