Williamson, NY - Williamson based Branich Motorsports will again participate in the Central New York Mini Sprint (CNYMS) tour in 2001. Driver Mike Emhof of Sodus, NY, was recognized at the CNYMS banquet in Albany last fall for his third place ...
Williamson, NY - Williamson based Branich Motorsports will again participate in the Central New York Mini Sprint (CNYMS) tour in 2001.
Driver Mike Emhof of Sodus, NY, was recognized at the CNYMS banquet in Albany last fall for his third place finish in CNYMS series points last year. Emhof finished in the top ten in eight races and in the top five in five, and with his feature win last year, remains the winningest driver on the tour over the past three years.
Branich Motorsports is pleased to announce that Pace Electronic Products, Sodus, NY, a worldwide distributor of electronics components, will remain the primary sponsor of the team's 2001 effort. In addition to its Sodus location, Pace has facilities in Irvine, California, and the Far East, and has recently completed construction of 115,000 sq. ft. contract assembly complex in Heshan City, Guangdong, South China. Pace is the largest stocking representative of passive electronic components in the North America. Finished product assemblies from Pace are used in appliance controls, emergency lighting and "exit" signs, C.A.T.V. converters, telecommunications devices, security equipment, and battery chargers. Emhof will have a co-pilot this year on the tour.
Newly signed Heluvaâ Good Cheese will be a major sponsor for the 2001 campaign, and Father Time, the bespectacled, bearded caricature and symbol of Heluvaâ Good will adorn the team's twin mini sprints. In an agreement reached with PACE, the cars will also carry the Heluvaâ Good corporate colors for the 2001 season. "Celebrating 75 years of great taste," Heluvaâ Good is headquartered in Sodus, NY, and is known for its line of cheeses, dips, condiments, and other dairy products. Expansion has led to facilities in Albany and Wolcott, NY, Charlton, MA, Youngstown, OH, Allentown, PA, and Richmond, VA. Heluvaâ Good products can be found in dairy cases throughout Michigan, Ohio, New York, Delaware, New England, Virginia, and part of the Southeast region of the country, as well as all of Canada. Today, Heluvaâ Good is part of the Crowley Foods, Inc. family, owned by Wessanen USA and Koninklijke Wessamen in the Netherlands.
Returning as major sponsors for the upcoming season are Wayne Regional Orthopaedics, PLLC, and Finger Lakes Hand Surgery, PLLC. Both companies have recently moved to their new expanded facilities at The Commons in Williamson, NY. In addition to providing a full range of orthopaedic and hand surgical services in the Finger Lakes Region of the state, the companies now provide on-site x-ray capabilities and are developing occupational medicine services.
"We are very excited about our sponsor support for the 2001 season," commented Emhof. "With that support, we have been able to make some upgrades and tweak our motor program a little, and with that, we hope to remain competitive on the tour."
For more information about Branich and their sponsors, visit the respective web sites at www.speedwayad.com/Branich, www.paceelectronics.com, www.heluvagood.com, and www.wrortho.com