Integrated Public Relations and Marketing Services for Motocross and Supermoto Available through MotoPR

DETROIT (December 18, 2007) — Today Moto Public Relations (MotoPR) announces the official re-launch of its public relations and marketing services for motorcycle racing athletes, teams and other properties with an emphasis on furthering corporate involvement in the sport. Primary focus will be on the motocross and supermoto genres of racing.

Bryan Peckinpaugh, president of MotoPR and a motorcycle enthusiast for more than 20 years, brings a vast array of public relations and marketing experience including development and management of comprehensive campaigns utilizing some of the nation’s most well-known sports stars including Detroit Tigers’ phenom Justin Verlander. He has worked closely with Fortune 500 companies and mainstream media outlets, been published in the Public Relations Society of America journal, managed a multi-week concert series, and has provided media counseling to executives and government leaders. Additionally, he worked with a number of professional motocross athletes in 2002-03 through former clients Action Sports Authority (ASA), the Women’s Motocross Association (WMA), and the AGP Racing/Yamaha women’s motocross team.

“After spending quite some time in the public and private sector outside motorcycle racing, I’ve learned a great deal that can be adapted to our sport, said Peckinpaugh who has served in the public relations field for 10 years. “I’ve seen the opportunities that exist within and outside the sport and will work with a great amount of effort to maximize the value to athletes, teams and the entire sport. Now I can dedicate time and resources and can bring aboard a number of other professionals, so as our tagline says let’s ‘go!’

MotoPR is not an athlete management agency, rather a public relations and marketing firm with an extensive focus on outside the industry. Besides its own capabilities, it can bring in a number of professionals on projects to include a broadcast production company, creative directors, and entertainment producers. Primary services will be branding, public relations programming, sponsorship acquisition and management, media training, advertising production, and event marketing.

It is in the process of securing its clients and partners for 2008. Learn more about MotoPR’s client services by contacting Bryan Peckinpaugh at (313) 274-3621 or bryan@motopr.com. A new web site will go live in early 2008

About MotoPR
Detroit, Michigan-based Moto Public Relations (MotoPR) is a public relations and marketing firm concentrating on the motorcycle arena of action sports. Its priority is to create great interest by the corporate and mass media sector in motorcycle racing while providing athletes, teams and other properties the tools to maximize appeal. Services include branding, public relations programming, sponsorship acquisition and management, media relations, media training, promotion development, event management, and advertising. To learn more about its services, visit www.motopr.com.