North Adams, MA (PRWEB) March 26, 2009
Raceway Media's RacingJunk.com®, the largest online motorsports marketplace, and the National Hot Rod Diesel Association, Inc. (NHRDA) have signed a private label partnership agreement.
Under this agreement, the classified ad system on the NHRDA website, http://www.nhrda.com, will be powered by RacingJunk.com.
"The National Hot Rod Diesel Association is excited about the opportunity to provide its members with access to RacingJunk.com," said NHRDA President Randy Cole. "RacingJunk's racing-oriented content is just what the racers and fans who make up our membership and who visit the NHRDA website are looking for. We look forward to a long term partnership with RacingJunk.com."
"Our partnership network continues to grow, extending our reach to all types of racers, including diesel drag racers," said Laura Ikwild, Raceway Media's Coordinator for Business Development. "We are very enthusiastic about this private label partnership with the National Hot Rod Diesel Association."
The NHRDA 2009 season is underway, and includes races in divisions throughout the United States and Canada. NHRDA drag race classes include Top Diesel, Pro Stock, Pro Street, Super Street and Sportsman ET.
RacingJunk.com® is teamed up with more than 225 affiliates and over 100 partners, including sanctioning bodies, tracks, racing related websites, publications and broadcast media.
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The company's holdings include RacingJunk.com and MotorcycleAds.com, which together receive more than 70 million page views per month and have more than 300,000 members. Raceway Media also owns BoatingJunk.com, MuscleCarJunk.com, RacingJunkRides.com, RJRaceSpace.com and CollectorCarNation.com. Raceway Media has also partnered with Snap-on to launch S-TECH (http://education.snapon.com), a social networking site and online community for current and prospective transportation technology students, their instructors and professionals in the field.