Bandit Industries is excited to partner with our good friends, the Pelletier Family, under the lights at Bristol Motor Speedway
Mooresville, NC (Vocus) August 20, 2010
Michigan based Bandit Industries, a leading manufacturer of equipment for the wood waste recycling, tree care and biomass/biofuel production industries, makes their NASCAR Nationwide Series debut at Bristol Motor Speedway with Team42 and the Pelletier Brothers of Millinocket, Maine.
“Bandit Industries is excited to partner with our good friends, the Pelletier Family, under the lights at Bristol Motor Speedway,” said Travis Lint, Large Equipment Sales Manager at Bandit Industries, Inc. “This is probably the most exciting venue on the circuit and the best place to kick off this new partnership. Tens of thousands of Bandit customers from around the world will be tuning in to watch Parker Kligerman and the #42 Pelletier Brothers Dodge team race their hearts out.”
This partnership provides a great opportunity for Bandit Industries to reach out and share a common interest with so many of their customers who are NASCAR fans. Their line of wood chippers and grinders are known for their durability and quality craftsmanship. With over 180 dealer locations worldwide, Bandit proudly offers first class sales and service support both at the shop and in the field.
“The Pelletier Brothers are the reason we looked into a sponsorship,” said Travis Lint. “They are good friends of ours and we couldn’t ask for better partners in an endeavor like this. Bandit Industries and the Pelletier Family pride themselves on running and maintaining reputable companies not to mention they have fun with everything they do. And, we at Bandit definitely do the same!”
Bandit is an active member in the Tree Care Industry Association, the Biomass Power Association, International Society of Arborists, and many other forestry and logging associations throughout the United States.
The NASCAR Nationwide Series Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway will be televised live Friday, August 20th on ESPN beginning with NASCAR Countdown at 7 p.m. and the green flag at 8:13 p.m.