By: GNCC Racing
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (January 30, 2017) – Racer Productions, producer of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series (GNCC), presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, is proud to announce a new partnership with Trailers of the East Coast.
While this year marks the first time that Trailers of the East Coast will be participating in the GNCC series, the company is very familiar with the racing industry from working with several NASCAR teams. Trailers of the East Coast will quickly jump into the GNCC series where they will be represented at all 13 rounds with their mobile on-site display.
“We are excited about our partnership,” said Trailers of the East Coast Co-Owner Will Junker. “We have been in the trailer business for 30 years and have a big following in car and horse trailers. It’s time for us to reach a different market and the GNCC series shows potential. Former GNCC class champion, Mike Allen, serves as our parts manager and will be at all the races representing Trailers of the East Coast.”
Situated in the racing hotbed of North Carolina, Trailers of the East Coast will be easily accessible for the large off-road presence in that area and across the GNCC schedule. With 13 rounds ranging from Florida to New York and as far west as Indiana, Trailers of the East Coast is the ideal partner for GNCC Racing. Families searching for a new travel trailer for their ATV, UTV or motorcycle will get a first-hand look at the trailers during the races. They’ll also be able to visit their sprawling 10-acre lot conveniently located directly off I-40 in Mocksville, N.C.
“Trailers of the East Coast is a perfect fit for GNCC Racing,” said Event Director Tim Cotter. “I can’t think of an item that is more important to a racer and his team than a good racing trailer. You have to get to the race before you race it.”
The 2017 AMSOIL GNCC Series kicks off March 5 and 6 in Union, S.C. with the VP Racing Fuels Big Buck GNCC. The series continues along the east coast before concluding in Crawfordsville, Indiana on October 28 and 29.