Officials Praise Returning Partners for 2017 at ECS Conx2share Series
CLARKSBURG, Mass. (Oct. 7, 2016) — The snowmobile industry's top manufacturer of winter outerwear leads a long list of returning marketing partners, as East Coast Snocross (ECS) officials extend their appreciation and continue with preparations for the 2017 racing season.
"We're very fortunate to have a great group of partners back with us for 2017," series owner Kurt Gagne said. "From the use of sleds and quads, to warm outerwear, and now a new title sponsor bringing Live streaming to our series, we're blessed with strong support from several great companies. We value all of our marketing partners who stick with us to build this great sport. We'll work hard for them this coming winter to ensure our fans and new followers know all about their great products."
FXR World Class Outerwear returns as the official clothing supplier of East Coast Snocross. FXR designs and manufactures the world's most durable, functional and visually appealing winter outerwear. From jackets, pants and boots, to gloves, helmets and other accessories, FXR offers top quality products. ECS officials will be proud to wear high-quality FXR apparel again in 2017.
Woody's Traction Products returns as a valued presenting partner along with FXR. Woody's makes the industry's finest studs and carbides for the ultimate handling and control of your snowmobile. ECS officials place great value in the long-standing relationship maintained with Woody's Traction.
New England Racing Fuel, based in Burlington, Connecticut, is the northeast regional distributor for Sunoco Racing Fuels, including the fuel used by ECS teams. Sunoco makes the world's top high-octane fuels recognized by racers of every type, from short track ovals to drag racers. Sunoco is the 'Official Fuel' of NASCAR, IndyCar, the NHRA and over 75 other sanctioned racing series.
ECS will be awarding the Sunoco Sunday Holeshot award again in 2017. ECS will also be selling NERF's Sunoco Race Gas through our online race registration during the entire season again in 2017. Fuel ordered by Wednesday will be delivered to the race site on Friday.
EVS protective equipment also returns for 2017 as an associate sponsor. EVS offers high-quality vests and braces to keep competitive athletes as safe as possible. Racers have trusted their products for years to give them the best protection available out on the track.
New title sponsor Conx2share is a digital communications App for smartphones and tablets. It allows users to post text, video or photos with ease, and also provides entertainment options. The good folks at Conx2share will provide Live streaming coverage of all ECS points races in 2017, putting the series and its teams in front of a world-wide audience. We're all very excited about what Conx2share can do for snocross here in New England.
To follow the Live streaming on Saturday, October 7 in Fremont at the NHSA Grass Drags & Water Cross, please go to https://conx2share.com/eastcoastsnocross. ECS has a QR Code for your smartphone to make watching the Live Stream as easy as taking a photo. Just scan the code and enjoy the action.
C&A Pro is the Official Ski of East Coast Snocross. C&A Pro manufactures high-quality aftermarket snowmobile skis using extremely durable material combined with compression molded technology. C&A Pro skis are one of the most flexible and indestructible skis on the market. Whether you are a snocross racer, compete in cross country, freestyle or watercross, out boondocking in the back country, hill climbing, or are a recreational trail rider, C&A Pro has a ski that fits your style.
PowerMadd, of Wyoming, Minnesota, manufactures a line of high-quality hand guards for snowmobiles. Their Star Series hand guards are the world's most innovative and now in use in over 25 countries. ECS is proud to have PowerMadd return to support snocross in the northeast.
Philbrick Motorsports, of Westford, Massachusetts, returns to ECS in 2017 with an invaluable contribution to our series. Philbrick will make four machines available for rental in the 120cc class to help entice children to give snocross a try. Without young kids having an interest, our sport has little hope for the future. ECS thanks Roy Philbrick for his help in keeping our 120cc program healthy.
ECS officials are now putting the finishing touches on their 2017 event schedule. Plans call for the full schedule to be released on Friday, Oct. 7, in conjunction with this weekend's Exhibition races on the wood chip track during the NHSA Grass Drags & Water Crossing in Fremont, New Hampshire.
Every Columbus Day weekend since 1985, snowmobile enthusiasts have gathered at the beautiful Peterson/Brookvale Farm to kick off a new season. ECS is proud to be part of New England's largest snowmobile-related event again in 2016. The New Hampshire Snowmobile Association should be extremely proud of the great reputation this event carries across the eastern U.S. and beyond.