2018 MotoAmerica Series To Feature Parts Unlimited Fan Appreciation Stage At More Events

After two seasons as an associate sponsor, Parts Unlimited returns to the MotoAmerica 2018 series as an associate sponsor. The Fan Appreciation Stage will appear at seven of the ten events, up from five events last year.

Wayne Rainey, president of MotoAmerica: “Our partnership with Parts Unlimited is now entering year three and our relationship with them continues to grow as we work together to make the MotoAmerica Series the best that it can be. The Parts Unlimited Fan Appreciation Stage was popular with our fans last year so we’ve added the stage/hospitality area to two more of our events for the 2018 season. We continue to strive towards making our events bigger and better and Parts Unlimited is a big part of that.”

Hylton Beattie, global director for Parts Unlimited: “We like seeing the positive steps that MotoAmerica has taken with the Superbike Championship and we want to continue to be a part of their growth. Last year we saw the debut of the Parts Unlimited Fan Appreciation Stage and the area proved to be a popular place for MotoAmerica fans to visit and for us to host our VIP dealers. This year we are stepping up to add two more events and bigger and better is the theme for 2018. We look forward to seeing you at the MotoAmerica races this year as it promises to be the best season yet. We’re happy to be a part of it.”

The 2018 MotoAmerica Series will have ten dates in nine states: Alabama, California, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconson.

April 13-15: Braselton, GA
April 20-22: Austin, TX
May 4-6: Alton, VA
June 1-3: Plymouth, WI
June 22-24: Salinas, CA
July 20-22: Tooele, UT
August 10-12: Sonoma, CA
August 24-26: Wampum, PA
September 7-9: Millville, NJ
September 21-23: Birmingham, AL

The Parts Unlimited Fan Appreciation Stage will appear at the Alton, Braselton, Birmingham, Millville, Plymouth, Sonoma, and Wampum shows. Tickets are available here. MotoAmerica also has a signup for volunteers for all ten stops.



Source: Powersports Business

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