Jan 15, 2001
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Lockhart-Phillips today laid off Motorsports Manager Morgan Broadhead and discontinued its at-track race support and product sales program. Broadhead, who has worked for the company for two years, was in charge of the company's at-track sales as well as its popular Team Privateer program, which offered varying levels of sponsorship support to over 900 racers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Australia.
Lockhart-Phillips will no longer sell products at races, according to Broadhead.
Broadhead can be contacted at (949)500-8695.
"We will still be running the privateer program but we're changing it internally," said Lockhart-Phillips President Wendall Phillips. "I still haven't finalized it. That's really all we can say at this point. The privateer program will be maintained. We've been running the privateer program since 1986 and it has evolved into a program that really expanded the support of privateers across the country and that will continue. They can call into customer service and place orders and get feedback. I won't have any other news for probably about two weeks."
Lockhart-Phillips U.S.A. is located at 151 Calle Iglesia, San Clemente, CA 92672, (949) 498-9090.