Sponsorship Opportunity: Engine Ice

Sponsorship Opportunity: Engine Ice

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Engine Ice Announces 2020 Racing Support Opportunities

Merritt Island FL – Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, is pleased to announce that they are now accepting applications for 2020 racing support. Applications are available online through their page on HookIt or via the Engine Ice website at engineice.com.

Engine Ice is looking for brand ambassadors in all types of racing, including automotive, motorcycle, and snowmobile, and has programs available for all skill and performance levels.

“Engine Ice racer support is more than a sticker on a fender. We like to partner with racers that present a positive image, and are role models for their competitors,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to work with some of the best athletes in the racing industry and have considered them as part of the family. Chosen athletes are expected to maintain professionalism and perform to the best of their ability each time they take to the track, and if you are still in school, we want to see that you are doing well with your grades and take your education seriously. If you think you have what it takes, send us your resume.”

In addition to two levels of support via Hookit, Engine Ice also maintains a Factory Direct program for professional racers and high-level amateurs. These riders receive the product, promotional, and marketing support direct from the corporate office, and elite riders will also be eligible to perform R&D tasks and provide feedback on any new products introduced by Engine Ice during the 2020 season.

For more information visit Engine Ice on HookIt or EngineIce.com

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate-free, non-toxic, and typically reduces operating race temperatures. It effectively offers boil-over temperatures up to 256°F or less and freeze-up protection to -26° F. Factory or privateer, highly modified, or stock; all machines benefit from using Engine Ice.

“Right out of the can,” Plastic Shine will quickly restore the shine your machine had when it was brand new. It is safe for use on a wide variety of surfaces including most plastics and metals. Plastic Shine is the solution to maintain and restore a glossy, brilliant shine to all injected molded plastic fenders and bodywork. It also inhibits corrosion on metal and alloy parts while repelling mud and moisture. Plastic Shine leaves behind a fingerprint-free finish and will not attract dust. Factory or privateer, highly modified, or stock, all machines benefit from using Plastic Shine.

Helmet Renew Hi-Performance Helmet Care is a foaming aerosol designed to not only clean but refresh, leaving your gear with a fresh, clean scent. It safely removes the causes of foul odors within the equipment liner and padding. The foaming action lifts the dirt and grime, leaving behind a clean, fresh smell.

All three products are available to sponsored athletes through the 2020 sponsorship program.

About Engine Ice – Founded in 2000, CycleLogic Products, Inc.’s flagship product, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, is globally recognized as the premier choice in powersports coolant and antifreeze. Its revolutionary formula keeps machines running cooler leading to a more stable horsepower delivery, throttle response and engine efficiency. New in 2018 were both Plastic Shine and Helmet Renew. Each is a revolutionary product in their segment and suitable for all powersports, automotive and sports applications. Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is available worldwide through our vast distribution network.

Find your local distributor here- http://www.engineice.com/engine-ice-distribution/

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