ADRL Joins RacingJunk.com in Exciting Toolbox Giveaway
O’FALLON, MO — The American Drag Racing League (ADRL) is proud to announce it has entered a multi-year marketing partnership with RacingJunk.com, kicked off by a free, online draw to give away a custom-designed, ADRL-themed Snap-on Roll Cab toolbox (P# KRA2411).
Entries have been accepted though the official ADRL Web site at www.ADRL.us and www.RacingJunk.com since April 1. The free entry form will remain online through June 30, with the drawing scheduled for early July.
“We are extremely excited to launch our partnership with the ADRL and having them kick off the RacingJunk.com 2010 Giveaway with this awesome Snap-on Roll Cab is a great way for us to share the excitement with the fans of the ADRL and RacingJunk.com. The ADRL continues to show everyone the value they place on their fans, and we’re happy to support those efforts,” John Gamble, Director of Business Development at Raceway Media, said.
“We are very pleased to participate in this promotion as RacingJunk.com is the premier Web site for performance vehicle classifieds,” ADRL Executive Vice President Jeff Fortune stated. “I know most of our race teams use RacingJunk.com for buying and selling their race cars, parts and tow vehicles, so this online contest offers an ideal and fun way for the ADRL and RacingJunk.com to give something back to them.”
The ADRL/RacingJunk.com Snap-on toolbox, valued at $4,795 retail, is constructed of double-walled, heavy-duty steel and has a load capacity of 2,400 pounds. It features interchangeable drawers, precut drawer liners to help keep tools stationary and rolls on five-inch soft wheels on casters (2 swivel, locking and 2 fixed).
The toolbox also will be wrapped by an image shot by renowned ADRL senior photographer Roger Richards depicting last year’s standing-room-only ADRL national event at Gateway International Raceway, near ADRL headquarters in O’Fallon, Missouri.
“This truly is a unique prize, one that I’m confident any mechanic, professional or otherwise, would be proud to have in their work shop,” Fortune said. “I know that when we make the drawing early in July we’re going to make one of our race team members or fans very, very happy.”