Southern Pro Am Truck Series: Tommy King Named Tech Inspector
FOR RELEASE February 12, 2014
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Driver Seat Racing, Inc., managing sponsor of the Southern Pro Am Truck Series has named Tommy King as its 2014 tech inspector and series consultant. Mr. King, who has an extensive background with the Florida Pro Trucks, will not only be the series? pre and post race tech inspector, he will also consult on series management, work to align the series with other national pro truck series, and research possible rule revisions that will benefit the series member?s racing budget and safety. Upon agreeing to the tech inspector role, Mr. King communicated that, no matter a driver?s status or involvement with the series, each member will be properly inspected and treated the same.
In addition, the series has named Bobby Owens as its Field Representative. The series? field representative is responsible for assisting members at series events, membership growth, and networking with prospective and current business partners. Mr. Owens will consult on Driver Seat Racing?s pro truck driver development program and maintain the Driver Seat Racing?s pro truck racing fleet.
?The addition of Tommy King and Bobby Owens improves the series? integrity,? noted Jim Reppi, President of Driver Seat Racing, Inc and Southern Pro Am Truck Series. "With Tommy and Bobby?s comprehensive understanding of pro truck racing, their impressive seat time in the pro trucks and experience fabricating stock cars, they will be a great resource for our current and prospective members.?
Jim Reppi, the company?s president, has a wide range of business experience and a love for circle track racing. Jim currently owns a business consulting firm called The Rep Consultants. He provides sales management, marketing strategies and product/service implementation for national companies.
?I had the fortunate opportunity to build Jim and his Dad their pro trucks, and through the years Jim has proven to be a true professional. To have someone with a strong business sense, follow-through and a passion for the pro trucks, the series is lucky to have him,? said Bobby Owens.
For racing schedule, rules, and inquiries or to contact a representative of the Southern Pro Am Truck Series, please call 1-877-883-1082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a pro truck or are thinking of driving one, please race with or join us this Sunday February 16, 2014 at Bronson Speedway (Archer, FL). Pit gates open at noon and racing begins at 2 pm. Membership to the series is free and you can register at driverseatracing.com