EnduroCross Picks Up American Crew

Kit Palmer | September 12, 2005

The following is a release from Pro-Motion Motorsports –

Pro-Motion Motorsports announced today that American Crew, the leader in “Men’s quality grooming products” is now an official sponsor of the Maxxis EnduroCross.

“This is great news for both the event and the entire off-road industry,” explained Tim Clark, co-promoter of the Maxxis EnduroCross. “It’s a big step when companies outside of the motorcycle industry recognize and support our sport the way American Crew has. Both Eric and I are very excited to have them involved and look forward to our future relationship.”

American Crew maintains a healthy core of classic grooming essentials for men including shampoos, conditioners, styling and shave products. “This is a perfect match,” claims Norris Sanchez, Marketing/Sponsor Coordinator for American Crew. “As a long time off-road racing enthusiast, I recognize with this demographic, it was an easy decision to connect Crew with the Maxxis EnduroCross event. We’ve noticed over the past couple years the quality events that Tim & Eric have produced, events we are excited for our brand to be associated with. The timing was right to get involved.”

For more information about their products you can find them on line at www.americancrew.com

American Crew also produces MOP, Modern Organic Products, a high end hair care line of products formulated with natural extracts and certified organic ingredients for the family. You can find them on line at www.modernorganicproducts.com

The Maxxis EnduroCross will take place on November 19, 2005, inside the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. Tickets are now on sale at the Orleans Box Office either on line at www.orleansarena.com or by calling 888-234-2334. For more information about the event, please refer to www.endurocrossusa.com or contact Tim Clark at Pro-Motion Motorsports, LLC at 541-772-8150 or tc@clarktime.com

Kit Palmer | Off-Road Editor

Kit Palmer started his career at Cycle News in 1984 and he’s been testing dirt and streetbikes every since – plus covering any event that uses some form of a knobby tire. He’s also our resident motorcycle mileage man with a commute of 120 miles a day.