Jul 24, 2002
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From a press release:<BR><BR>Ted Norton, an CCS/LRRS Racer and President of Norton Enterprises, Inc., a Computer Products Dealer and IT Solutions Provider in Boston Massachusetts, for the past 2-1/2 years has run a Contingency program at each LRRS event.<BR><BR>Top finishers in selected races have won prizes such as digital cameras, color printers, scanners, MP3 players and other sorts of PC accessories. 1st place finishers, 2nd place and even 3rd place finisher positions were awarded. <BR> <BR>This year the program is really attracting more enthusiasm among skilled racers to compete for these prizes, which are usually presented at the awards ceremony at the end of the day's event. Competing for prizes outside of the industry!<BR> <BR>We're hoping this type of program could spark an interest for other out-of-industry corps to support this sport.<BR> <BR>Our support for road racing is recognized by racing officials including Jerry Wood at Loudon and Kevin Elliot of CCS.<BR><BR>Scott Greenwood, Eion Smith and Des Conboy are some of the riders awarded prizes for their performances.<BR> <BR>More information is available from Ted Norton of Norton Enterprises, Inc., 358 Chestnut Hill Ave., Boston, MA 02135, (617) 566-6043.