Midwest Tour Returns to the 1/3-mile Oval Saturday, June 28th
by Kari Shear-Carlson, Media Relations Director at ARCA Midwest Tour
June 13, 2014 – Headquartered in Lester Prairie, MN, Lester Buildings sells post-frame buildings in MN, WI, IL and across the country in 35 states. It’s connection to the Midwest has developed a deep seeded relationship in the area of motor sports. On Saturday, June 28th, Lester Buildings will be the proud sponsor of the ARCA Midwest Tour presented by Scag Power Equipment 100 lap event at Dells Raceway Park.
“DRP is a fun track in the series. It’s centrally located and easy to get to. The track offers ample fan seating…in fact, be one of the first 3000 fans to enter the gate on June 28th and get a free Lester Buildings can cooler,” said Stephanie Beste, Brand Manager, Lester Buildings Systems, LLC.
Lester Buildings understands the brand loyalty of race fans and has sponsored many forms of motor sports over the past ten years, which have also included sponsoring father and son, Tim and Travis Sauter, both competitors and former winners in the ARCA Midwest Tour.
“The Midwest is a hotbed for short track racing and we’re proud to help support our customers’ passion for the sport. Race fans are very loyal to sponsors and remember Lester Buildings when they need a new storage building,” added Beste.
On Saturday, June 28th, those loyal fans will be heading to Dells Raceway Park to be a part of the Lester Buildings 100 lap event. Some of the most exciting Midwest Tour races have taken place on the 1/3-mile oval, so the race is sure to be yet another nail biter. Fans will also have the chance to get more information on Lester Buildings and discuss how Lester Buildings can meet their post-frame building needs.
“Not all post-frame buildings are the same. Lester Buildings are engineered and designed for the customer’s specific wind and snow loads, and backed by a Lifetime Structural Warranty. We believe that a great building starts with a well thought-out plan. Our sales person meets with the customer at their building site to determine the best location and direction of the building. Then, on their laptop, they can design, engineer and price the building in minutes. The sales person will continue to co-create the custom building until it fits their end-use needs and budget.”
What: Lester Buildings 100
When: Saturday, June 28th, 2014