NEMRR Seeking More Sponsors For 100th Loudon Classic

NEMRR Seeking More Sponsors For 100th Loudon Classic

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By NEMRR:

The 100th running of the Loudon Classic, scheduled June 16-18, 2023, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, is shaping up to be an incredible event. The record-breaking $250,000 total purse and $55,000 prize for first place is attracting interest from the stars of MotoAmerica and around the world, but organizers are looking to make the event even bigger and better.

NEMRR (NorthEast Motorcycle Road Racing) is looking for partners who want to be a part of motorcycling history. The incredible lineup of riders is sure to attract not only thousands of spectators but also a significant amount of media exposure, and the series is exploring television broadcast options.

There will be four classes running on the featured Pro Day of the June 16-18 weekend, and title sponsorships are available for all classes, including the Loudon Classic. Sponsorships will go towards purses, improving infield viewing areas, and enhancing the overall experience at this event.

NEMRR is driven to make this event one that truly honors the history and prestige of this 100th running of the oldest motorcycle race in America and welcomes partnerships with companies and individuals both inside and outside of the motorcycle industry.

Interested parties should email John Grush at [email protected] and we’ll work together with you to craft opportunities that generate real value for partner companies, elevate this incredible event, and increase the reach of motorcycle road racing in the USA.

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