Garvey to drive for Jani-King

Dallas, Texas (June 26, 2003) - Jani-King, the world's largest commercial cleaning franchise company, is thrilled to announce a new partnership with WJP Motorsports, Inc. and Mike Garvey for the remainder of the 2003 American...

Dallas, Texas (June 26, 2003) - Jani-King, the world's largest commercial cleaning franchise company, is thrilled to announce a new partnership with WJP Motorsports, Inc. and Mike Garvey for the remainder of the 2003 American Speed Association (ASA) Racing Series season and the entire 2004 ASA Racing Series season. Garvey, who has won three of eight races this season, will sport the Jani-King colors beginning with the Saturday, June 28 The Club 200 presented by BFGoodrich Tires at Indianapolis Raceway Park.

Garvey has recorded 16 victories over the course of his ASA career, the most recent at I-70 Speedway on June 14th, 2003. Garvey has also scored 13 poles and 77 top-10 finishes. Currently, Garvey is ranked fourth in overall championship points.

In addition, Bill Plemons, president of WJP Motorsports, Inc, will also drive for Jani-King in selected ASA races through the 2003 and 2004 racing seasons including this weekend's event at Indianapolis Raceway Park.

Jani-King is the world's largest commercial cleaning franchise company with over 9,800 franchise owners worldwide. Founded in 1969 by entrepreneur Jim Cavanaugh, the company has regional offices in 37 states and franchises in 16 countries. Each franchise owner operates independently and has a full stake in the success of his or her company.

Through a network of more than 100 regional offices, Jani-King contracts commercial cleaning services for many different facilities including office, hotel/resort, manufacturing, restaurant, and sporting venues. Franchise owners on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis then perform the work. Jani-King has consistently ranks as the top performer among commercial cleaning franchise businesses year after year. More information about Jani-King can be viewed at www.jani-king.com.

Making this annual stop at the state-of-the-art Indianapolis Raceway Park, the ASA Racing Series marks the first of three stops in the Hoosier State this season and the 24th event at IRP, a premier .686-mile oval racing facility.

The first of two practice sessions begins at noon. Pole qualifying is set for 4 p.m. with a fan autograph session and musical group One 5 Oh to follow. The Club 200 Presented by BFGoodrich Tires goes green at 8 p.m. (Local)

Tickets are available through the ASA office or at Indianapolis Raceway Park for $20 in advance with general admission seats. Kids are admitted Free at age 12 and under with accompanying adult. For additional information, contact the ASA ticket line at 1-888- ASA-1020 or visit www.asaracing.com.

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