SK Hand Tool hammers together an ASA program. Pendleton, IN (March 19, 2003) - SK Hand Tool will have significant involvement with ASA Racing in 2003, earning the title as the Official Hand Tools of ASA. SK Hand Tool has inked a one-year deal,...
SK Hand Tool hammers together an ASA program.
Pendleton, IN (March 19, 2003) - SK Hand Tool will have significant involvement with ASA Racing in 2003, earning the title as the Official Hand Tools of ASA. SK Hand Tool has inked a one-year deal, giving them presence on both the racecars and around each of the 17 events during the 36th season of competition. SK Hand Tool will also award the race winner with a set of SK Sockets and Wrenches valued at $355.
"We are glad to have SK Hand Tool on board with ASA and thrilled for our competitors that they have elected to post a very tangible award for each event," said Mark Gundrum, ASA Vice-President and General Manager. "I'm certain they are a perfect fit with ASA and their base in Illinois blends well with our strong Midwest background."
Founded in 1921, SK Hand Tool Corporation is a leading manufacturer of professional hand tools for automotive and industrial assembly as well as maintenance, production, construction and trades applications. SK's main product lines include ratchets, sockets, impact tools, wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, punches, chisels, pry bars and tool storage solutions.
At SK Hand Tool, they offer a wide variety of products for the industrial tool user including expanded ranges of combination wrenches, chrome sockets and impact sockets. Also, ergonomic hand tools that address factors that cause operator strain. Another feature of SK Hand Tool involves a line of 1000V insulated hand tools for use on and around live components and a line of electronic hand tools for use in assembly, production and service applications. SK Hand Tool is committed to serving the needs of today's industrial tool user with superior quality, innovative hand tools.
The 2003 season-opening Jani-King 200 at USA International Speedway begins on Thursday, March 20 with registration and technical inspection and a Team Welcome Reception closing the day's activities. On Friday, practice begins at 12:30 pm. with the track closing at 6 pm. On Saturday, practice resumes at 1 p.m. with qualifying scheduled for 5. The 200-lap event goes green at 9.
Tickets for the event are available through the USA Int'l Speedway with reserved seats priced from $25, $20 and $15. Advance tickets to the season-opening event are sold at a $5 discount on each ticket by calling the track, 1-800-984-RACE.
For additional information on the ASA Racing Series visit asaracing.com