AMA Pro SuperSport Rider Ryan Kerr Signs Sponsorship Agreement with MJMOTOGEAR.com
NEWS January 25, 2011
JOHNSTOWN, Ohio (January 25, 2011) - AMA Pro SuperSport rider Ryan Kerr is pleased to announce that he has signed a sponsorship agreement with MJMOTOGEAR.com for the 2011 season.
“We are really excited and pleased to have the support of MJMOTOGEAR.com for the upcoming season,” says Kerr, who pilots the No. 28 Ryan Kerr Racing Kawasaki. “We bought their tire warmers last year and were very pleased with the way they worked. With our new agreement, MJMOTOGEAR.com will be providing us with tire warmers, stands, bike chocks, and other related items...all the things that it takes to go racing.”
With his first year of professional racing under his belt, Kerr, who took an 8th place overall in AMA Pro SuperSport East last season, is ready to take his rightful place in the front of the field.
“Last season marked my first year of professional racing,” explains Kerr. “I had never ridden on any of the tracks with the exception of Mid-Ohio. This year our goal is to land on the podium.”
“I am happy to support Ryan and the entire Ryan Kerr Race Team for the 2011 AMA Pro SuperSport Series,” said Mike Senff owner of MJMOTOGEAR.com. “He and his team are doing it right, both on and off the track, and we look forward to a long and beneficial relationship with him.”
Headquartered in Chattanooga, Tenn., MJMOTOGEAR’s goal is to deliver the best quality products at reasonable prices. They give you the gear you need without paying premium prices. They take great pride in their company, their commitment to customer service and in the products they sell.
“We invite all of Ryan’s fans to come and see our products in action at the races and to visit our store on the Internet,” continues Senff. “See you at the races."
In addition to MJMOTOGEAR.com, Ryan Kerr is sponsored by by MJ USA, 614Paintworx, Leo Vince, Arai, Di-Digital Impressions, Woodcraft, KobieC.com, Kawasaki, EBC Brakes and the Mid-Ohio Motorcycle School.
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