OAKS, PA December 13, 2014 . . . The Ms. Motorsports Pageant, a major part of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 Presented by Sunoco Racing Fuels Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show, is taking on a new sponsor.
Oliver Construction Enterprises, owned by Modified stock car racer P.J. Oliver, will be the primary sponsor of the very popular pageant.
As part of the sponsorship Oliver will have his green No. 13 Modified on display at the stage area and it will be used as a photo prop by the ladies taking part in the Pageant.
Oliver Construction Enterprises is a growing company servicing the telecommunications industry. They provide a complete line of telecommunication cabling services from project engineering through final testing. The installation includes voice, data, audio, video, running copper, fiber, coax, or any type of media required. They also install both inside and outside plant projects that go from Directional Drilling, Excavation, Bucket Trucks and Fiber Splicers. Oliver Construction Enterprises is a one stop shop for all telecommunication needs and is located at 2547 Old York Road, Bordentown, NJ 08505 and they can be reached on the telephone at 609.324.1753.
The winner of the Oliver Construction Enterprises Ms. Motorsports Pageant will take home $1,500 and represent the Motorsports show throughout the season at various races and other events. $500 goes to the first runner-up while the second runner-up earns $250.
Show attendees will have the opportunity to vote for the best swimwear contestant and she will earn $500.
With this being the 30th anniversary of the show several of the past winners of the Ms. Motorsports Pageant will be attending.
Applications are still being accepted for the 2015 Pageant.
More information on the three day show, that runs from January 23rd through January 25th and takes place at the huge Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA, can be had at www.aarn.com or telephone 609.888.3618.
OAKS, PA: Free seminars have proven to be very popular attractions during the 30-year history of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 Presented by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show. When the 30th Anniversary edition of the show takes place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa January 23-25, 2015 there will be a full schedule of the one hour seminars during the Friday and Sunday show days.
Topics covered in the seminars will include Sponsorship Helps, Race Car Set-Up and Maintenance, Tires Prep, Legal Advice and more. The seminars are free to everyone purchasing a show ticket.
There is bound to be a full-house on hand for the Frankie Good seminar on Fuel Management. He will address reading Spark Plugs, handling changing weather conditions and so much more.
Good is the founder of Good Motorsports, LLC, a company devoted to excellence in automotive performance located in Mooresville, NC. He has a traveling race car chassis dyno that gets a lot of attention and it has been used by the last ten Daytona 500 and 24 Hours of Daytona winners.
In addition to his own company catering to short-track racing, Good also works for Tommy Baldwin’s NASCAR Sprint Cup team.
Having grown up in New Jersey, Frankie spent his summers at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, NY. His background includes driving Micro Stocks and NASCAR Late Models before taking a job with DIRT Modified talent Brett Hearn. Over the years he has worked with Filmar RACING, Robert Yates, and Richard Petty Motorsports along with Gillett-Evernham Motorsports.
Good’s seminar will be one of more than a dozen seminars presented during the three day show.
“We are excited to have Good and other experts agreeing to present seminars,” said show promoter Len Sammons. “We have an impressive list of seminars that will offer a great deal of valuable information to attendees. And it is free (to ticket holders).”
Included in the show, in addition to the seminars, will be just about everything imaginable in motorsports with more than 600 exhibitor booths offering products and services for the racers along with items of interest for fans including collectibles.
Many speedways and sanctioning organizations will be offering information on their events planned for the 2015 season.
Fans will have the opportunity to meet many well-known racers and personalities at the show and collect autographs.
New this year will be a large display of historic, classic and vintage cars along with more than 200 motorsports vehicles representing drag racing, NASCAR Sprint Cup and everything between including dirt track racers.
Exhibit space, very limited, remains available and information can be had at email@example.com or telephone 609.888.3618.
OAKS, PA July 23, 2014 . . . The Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 fueled by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Friday, January 23 thru Sunday, January, 25th.
“It seems just like yesterday when we kicked off this show,” said show producer Len Sammons who has confirmed the events traditional date once again at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.
“The first Motorsports show took place just up the road in Valley Forge,” Sammons recalled. “The 30 years went fast and wow has the show grown. We are planning a big three day celebration, a party for our 2015 event. We are very excited to have Pioneer, Sunoco, Insinger and Miller Beer all return to be part of what we feel will be one of the biggest show we have ever produced.”
All exhibitors from the 2014 edition of the show should have already received the new show brochure which reflects an exciting new floor plan that offers expanded space and a new design that will offer more room for interactive displays. The stage has been moved out of D-Hall into its own room. Other changes have been made to create a more consistent traffic flow throughout the main exhibit area.
The 2014 exhibitors have until July 31, 2014 to reserve the same display space or even increase their space for Motorsports 2015. Space reservations for past exhibitors must include a 25% deposit with the booth order. Past exhibitors that have had their past booth location impacted by the new floor layout or would like to change their display location should be in touch with Tim Hogue as soon as possible so that every effort can be made to accommodate that request.
After August 1st all space not reserved will be open to all.
“We are in the process of putting together some exciting plans for the 30th Anniversary,” said Sammons. “We will be making many announcements regarding plans for the show in the future.”
For those who have not been exhibitors or have missed a year or two the beautiful new show brochure is available along with a show floor plan by contacting Danny Sammons or Tim Hogue at 609.888.3618. They can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The very classy Crowne Plaza Valley Forge will serve as the host hotel and will again offer a discounted rate of $89 per night (plus taxes). The hotel is located just 7.5 miles from the Expo Center and is within walking distance of the popular King of Prussia Mall, the nation’s second largest retail complex with over 350 stores and close to 100 restaurants.
Again, for the 30th Anniversary, the Saturday night post show will continue and will be held in one of the large ballrooms at the hotel with music by DJ Sound and Lighting and bar specials from show sponsor Miller Lite.
For information on the show check in at www.aarn.com.
OAKS, PA January 13, 2014 . . . Throngs of people filled the more than 225,000 square feet of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2014 Racecar & Trade Show fueled by Sunoco and distributed by Insinger Performance.
Many of the vendors that filled the more than 600 display areas reported brisk sales with first time exhibitor, Chris Noel (Old Man Garage, Rainbow City, Alabama) said, “We came here to expand our market reach and this show helped us do that. We will be back for the next one.”
More than 200 racing vehicles were on display during the show. Hundreds of fans had the opportunity to meet 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski, NASCAR legends Harry Gant and Ricky Craven, former IndyCar racer Bill Simpson and a host of local and regional racers during the three day show that ran from Friday, Jan.10th to Sunday, Jan. 12th at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.
Show organizer Lenny Sammons was very happy with the success of the show and is already working with his staff in planning the 30th annual version of the midwinter happening in motorsports that offers something for just about everyone. Dates will be announced in the very near future.
Cassi Pinder, a 21 year old redhead from Boyertown, Pa, was crowned Ms. Motorsports 2014 Saturday night. “I am so thrilled to win,” said Ms. Pinder. Ms. Pinder earned $1,500 in cash and other awards. The pageant was sponsored by HIT ecigs for the first time. Ms. Pinder will have the opportunity to represent the Motorsports show at a variety of auto racing events during the season.
First runnerup was Lainey Shaw Reinhart, 26, of Corsica, Pa., and Brittany Loss, 22, of Hanover, Pa., was voted second runnerup.
Ms. Pinder also was recognized as Best Sportswear, and in a separate contest-within-a-contest, earned $500 in a special Fan Vote Swimwear competition.
Other award winners were Amy Costello in judged Swimwear, Lainey Shaw Reinhard for Best Interview, Erika Decker for Ms. Congeniality, and Paige Ott for Most Photogenic.
Best In Show awards were earned by the following:
– Overall Best In Show: East Windsor Speedway Memories Booth – Butch Jones, Garden State Vintage Stock Car Club
– Best Speedway Or Club Display: BD Motorsports – Brett & Heather Deyo
– Best Appearing Open Cockpit Car: Pat Cannon’s Highlands No. 3 – Kevin Nouse Display
– Best Appearing Modified: Craig Von Dohren’s No. 1C – Pioneer Pole Buildilngs Display
– Best Drag Car: ‘Krazy Ed’ Foley’s Pro Stock – Speed Eqiupment Corporation Booth
– Best Vintage Open Cockpit Car: Dave Kelly’s No.17 1980s URC Sprint – Owned By Leroy Silfies. Car refurbished by Don “Huffy” Hoffman.
– Best Vintage Stock Car: Ken Brenn’s Chevrolet Coupe Modified In East Windsor Speedway Memories Display- Owned By Rich Miller, Lester Miller, Sr., Lester Miller, Jr.
– Best Appearing Commercial Display: Old Man Engineering Of Rainbow City, Alabama (First Time Exhibitor)
– Best Vintage Club Display: Flemington Speedway Historical Society, Mark Harrington, President
– Best Quarter Midget / Kart Club Display; Blackbird Quarter Midget Club, New Castle, Del.
The final day of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2014 Racecar and Trade Show was largely dedicated to the younger set. Metal Fab Pro Shop sponsored three children’s themed events over the course of the busy third day of the Show. Children 12 and under were admitted free.
As Ms. Motorsports 2014 Cassi Pinder presided over the first day of her reign, Ava Horvath, 9, of Schnecksville, Pa., was named Little Ms. Motorsports. The new Little Ms. Particularly likes Indy Car racing which “I enjoy watching with my dad”. Jayden Gursky, 8 of Palmerton, Pa., and Kiersten Gursky, 10, also of Palmerton, were first and second runners-up.
Kira Shawn Hettler, 5 of Lehighton was named Tiny Ms. Motorsports 2014. She is active in the sport as a quarter midget driver. Olivia Valente, 7 and Kylie Cameron, 4, were first and second runners-up.
The final competition of the day – and of the 2014 Motorsports Show – was the annual Kids Big Wheel Race, with a large number of entries requiring heat races to qualify for main events in three age categories. In the 3-4 age group, Riley Patterson outran TJ Gursky and James Fries to win. The 5-6 age bracket was won by Logan Watts ahead of Travis Forel and Steven Reeves while in the 7-8 class, Liam O’Connor, Jayden Gursky and Jason Rice, Jr. were the top three.
The Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2017 fueled by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show will take place on Friday, January 20 thru Sunday, January, 22nd.
For those who have not been exhibitors or have missed a year or two the beautiful new show brochure is available along with a show floor plan by contacting Danny Sammons at 609.888.3618 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The very classy Crowne Plaza Valley Forge will serve as the host hotel and will again offer a discounted rate of $94 per night (plus taxes). The hotel is located just 7.5 miles from the Expo Center and is within walking distance of the popular King of Prussia Mall, the nation’s second largest retail complex with over 350 stores and close to 100 restaurants.
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Ms. Motorsports Pageant sponsor PJ Olilver (left) of Oliver Construction Enterprises and event promoter Len Sammons (right) present Ms. Motorsports 2017 Taylor Albert (center), first runner up Lauren Fischer (left) and second runner up Caitlin Puccio with their awards at the 2017 PPB Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show (Alex & Helen Bruce Photo)[one_half]
Do You Want to be Ms. Motorsports?
For Contest Rules and Entry, download, print, mail and sign:
Mail form along with photographs to:
Ms. Motorsports 2017 Contest
PO Box 8547
Trenton, NJ 08650
High Resolution Color Photos may be e-mailed to: email@example.com
One headshot and one full body shot should be included sized at: 4″x6″ or 5″ x 7″. One of the photos will be used in the program.
For 31 years, Ms. Motorsports has been an essential part of the auto racing community, representing Area Auto Racing News as an ‘ambassador of speed’ at race tracks all over the country. From Super DIRT Week to the Knoxville Nationals to NASCAR Sprint Cup events, Ms. Motorsports embodies everything necessary to promote the sport of auto racing.
More than just a presence in Victory Lane, Ms. Motorsports winners have participated, sponsored and event competed in auto racing events. In addition, Ms. Motorsports spends hours at the track – hosting driver appearances, meeting members of the media, signing autographs, posing for photos and interacting with fans and officials, as well as, generating new content for social media.
How Do You Become Ms. Motorsports?
Ms. Motorsports is crowned on Saturday Evening during the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show.
In order to become Ms. Motorsports there are four rounds of competition, contestants are scored by a panel of judges — members of the motorsports community — scoring contestants on personality, poise, appearance, choice of swimwear, choice of sportwear and their swimsuit photo pose with a race car. Each category will offer a maximum of 10 points from each judge. The photo segment will award up to 5 points from each judge. Competition segments include: interview, sportswear, swimwear and photo.
Judges will determine and crown Ms. Motorsports and award her with a $1,500 prize, a 1st runner up ($500 prize) and a 2nd runner-up ($250 prize).
Winner is entitled to a $1000 poster deal in exchange for making 5 mandatory appearances for Area Auto Racing News. No other appearances are mandatory; some paid appearances can be arranged. If passed upon by winner 1st runner-up will be offered these appearances.
Candidates should be between the ages of 18 and 35, be outgoing, have a high energy level, be comfortable talking to be people and be familiar with some form of motorsports.
What Does Ms. Motorsports Do?
- Stand in Victory Lane and Smile
- Green auto racing fans at the track and away from the track. This is probably her number one responsibility. From hospitality suites to fans in the grandstands, Ms. Motorsports has a busy schedule at racing events – meeting, signing autographs and interacting with fans, sponsors and media members.
- Media Personality. Ms. Motorsports is an ambassador for the auto racing community so she will be called on to do occasional interviews and take photos.
- Charity Events. Past Ms. Motorsports winners have made a conscious effort to take part in more and more events away from the race track, Ms. Motorsports has been known to lend support to various charities.
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Thursday, January 18th, 2017 – Stirling’s Lounge
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Friday, January 19th, 2017 – Stirling’s Lounge
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Saturday, January 21st, 2017:
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(Upper Providence Township)
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