DeCal Works (www.decalmx.com), the premier manufacturer of preprinted number plates and other MX-related decals, has risen to occasion once again to support the sport by supporting the privateers.
During a season in which Ron Joynt, founder of DeCal Works and his crew have generously provided resources (dollars, decals, and just about everything else), the company has now agreed to be the sole sponsor of the WWR/Team Warthog 250cc (or whatever they call that class nowadays) Most Improved Privateer Program (MIPP). This weekly program pays the 250 class privateer that improves the most (based on a simple and objective formula) from one week to the next a $1000 cash award.
In conjunction with Team Warthog/DeCal Works Most Improved program, DeCal Works recently announced that they will provide Team Warthog privateers (of which there are now over 230) free ¿Team Warthog¿ Pre-Printed Number Backgrounds for the AMA Motocross series.
DeCal Works has also been a very supportive Primary Sponsor of WWR/Team Warthog since its inception providing — the highly sought after Team Warthog fender decals ¿ larger-than-life Flying Warthog¿s for the privateers vehicles — as well as the exquisite motor coach/trailer graphics wrap of the WWR/TFS mobile media center and privateer pit headquarters.
Said Ron Joynt, ¿We sponsor programs like Team Warthog because we believe it¿s not only good for the privateers, but also good for our business. Our whole sponsorship philosophy is targeted on helping the sport while helping the business.¿
WWR still has the sponsor slot open for the 125c (really the 250f) class Most Improved Privateer Program. While helping the sport, it¿s an excellent opportunity to market in a wonderfully wacky (and effective) warthog way. Checks will be presented to the first winners of the awards at Round 3 in Southwick, MA so it ain¿t too late to change your fate. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org today for more info!!!
In other Team Warthog news, Women¿s Motocross Association National Series or WMA, will also be supported through the Women¿s Entry Payout Program (WEPP). This program reimburses all qualified women privateers that make the main gate for each National the equivalent of their entry fees. Said the Wonder Warthog himself about this foray into female racing: ¿Those talented and extremely competitive MX women represent one of the fastest growing segments of our sport. Certainly we¿ll support them all we can.¿ This program will be run by Dawn Kandel, the Warthog¿s better half.
We couldn¿t do a lick of work on behalf of the privateers without the acceptance and help of our friends at both the NPG and AMA Pro Racing in integrating WWR’s programs into the existing structure. We aren¿t always the easiest bunch to deal with, you know??
Shorter than the usual Warthog PR monstrosity, eh?? That Chad McCan, the newly appointed COO of Team Warthog, talks loudly and carries a big stick — heck, he might even have figured out how to tame the wild Warthog . . .
Wonder Warthog Racing (WWR) is a unique company formed to better the sport of motocross. WWR is comprised of two distinct entities: Team Warthog, created to conceptualize, fund, and execute meaningful programs aimed directly at the privateers; and Wonder Warthog Enterprises (WWE), which is currently in cryogenic suspension, may one day be defrosted to focus on merchandise and entertainment products such as video games and cartoon incarnations based on the Wonder Warthog comic book character. By a decree of the Warthog himself, a portion of WWE revenuues are earmarked for Team Warthog funding.
Everything your heart desires can be found at www.wonderwarthogracing.com