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Royal Purple Announces Open Call for Sponsorship Proposals

Proposals will be accepted until Sept. 30, 2011 for all genres of racing (individuals and teams), event organizers and project builds.

Peter Tarach
Aug 30, 2011

Aug. 29, 2011 (Porter, TX) – High performance synthetic lubricant manufacturer Royal Purple has announced an open call for sponsorship proposals for the 2012 year. Proposals will be accepted until Sept. 30, 2011 for all genres of racing (individuals and teams), event organizers and project builds.

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“Royal Purple’s primary interest in sponsorship is for research and development. Our sponsorship activities are executed to increase the company’s visibility, differentiate the company’s products from those of its competitors, and establish mutually beneficial partnerships,” said Royal Purple Director of Consumer Marketing Randy Fisher. “Sponsorship proposals are evaluated to ensure that Royal Purple establishes sponsorship relationships that will mutually benefit Royal Purple and the requestor,” he added.

Proposals may be submitted via email or mail. For more information and to download the sponsorship form, visit thttp://www.royalpurple.com/rp-racing.html

By Peter Tarach
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