Goulds Sponsors Nazareth Speedway
Nazareth Speedway has completed an agreement which will make Goulds Pumps, ITT Industries the title sponsor of the NASCAR Busch Series race at “The World’s Fastest Mile,” beginning with the Goulds Pumps, ITT Industries 200 on May 17-18, 2003.
“Nazareth Speedway is very fortunate to be working with a partner that has existing ties to motorsports and is excited about the upcoming NASCAR Busch Series weekend,” said track president Craig Rust. “We look forward to a long and productive relationship with Goulds Pumps, and its parent company, ITT Industries.”
ITT Industries is the world's largest and premier pump manufacturer and a leader in valves, heat exchangers, mixers and instruments for fluid handling applications. This business has annual sales of over $2 billion and operates in over 135 countries worldwide. Including brands such as Goulds Pumps, Flygt, Bell & Gossett, A-C Pump, Lowara, Marlow Pumps and Vogel, ITT Industries' pump business provides the widest variety of sophisticated pumps, and systems used worldwide in residential, agricultural, commercial, municipal, and industrial process applications.
Goulds Pumps has been involved with the NASCAR Busch Series for 7 years and currently sponsor the number 48 car driven by Shane Hmiel.
“We are delighted to be the main sponsor of the NASCAR Busch Series race at Nazareth Speedway,” Douglas Bingler President of Goulds Pumps said. “It is a great opportunity for us to show our commitment to America’s favorite pastime. It will be a great event for both the drivers and fans”
The race season begins at Nazareth Speedway on May 17-18, 2003 with the NASCAR Busch Series Goulds Pumps ITT Industries 200. Jason Keller will return to defend his title at “The World’s Fastest Mile” against some of the most talented drivers on the circuit, including Randy LaJoie, Scott Riggs, Shane Hmiel, Scott Wimmer, Bobby Hamilton, Jr. and Kerry Earnhardt. And don’t miss all the action of the Service Electric 100, as Nevin George, Tony Hirschman and Ted Christopher renew their battle for NASCAR Featherlite Modified title.
Source: ITT Inc.