Tampa, Fla. (January 24, 2014) -
Sat, 25 Jan 2014, 09:07 AM
Amalie Oil Company becomes NHRA Major Contingency Sponsor
Courtesy of Terry McMillen Racing
The Amalie Oil Company announced today that the company would increase its presence in the National
Hot Rod Association (NHRA) drag racing series by becoming a Major Contingency Sponsor. Amalie Oil
Company is posting more than $175,000 for branded AMALIE® Motor Oil in all Pro and Sportsman
classes contested at the 24 NHRA national events.
In addition Amalie will have an interactive midway display at all NHRA national events that will
include activities for race fans and Amalie branded motor oil for racers.
"We're happy to take a greater role in the fun that is NHRA," said Denny Madden, Sr. VP of Marketing
for Amalie Oil Company.
Racers participating in the contingency program can go to NHRARacer.com for details on the posting
for each class and go to AmalieStore.com/NHRA for additional details.
The NHRA Major Contingency Sponsorship is an expansion to Amalie's commitment to racing which
includes: Terry McMillen Racing's AMALIE® Motor Oil InstiGator Top Fuel Dragster, the AMALIE®
Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals contested March 13-18 in Gainesville, Fla. and JR McNeal's AMALIE®
Motor Oil X-termiGator Monster Truck.
Learn more about Amalie Oil Company at Amalie.com. Follow us at
facebook.com/amalieoil or shop for AMALIE ® Motor
Oil products online at amaliestore.com.
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