MB1 Suspension Accepting Sponsorship Resumes Through MXSponsor.com
October 10 2005, 12:00 AMMB1 Suspension, an industry leader in motocross suspension, announces a new rider support program available through MXSponsor.com; the fast and easy way to get sponsored in the motocross industry.
MB1 is based out of Corona, CA, and is the suspension service provider for Subway Honda Coca Cola Racing Team, Team ECC, Team WBR, and Ryan Hughes. MB1 was established in 2004 by former Factory Team Honda Showa Suspension expert Mike Battista, to provide quality suspension services and components to the motocross industry.
Mike Battista’s background with Showa R&D and Factory Honda was MB1s’ foundation before working with riders such as Ricky Carmichael, Jeremy McGrath, Kevin Windham, Mike LaRocco, Ryan Hughes, Nathan Ramsey, Ezra Lusk, Ernesto Fonseca, Steve Lamson, Mickael Pichon, Sebastian Tortelli and others. Mike won 4 AMA Supercross and Motocross National Championships while working with Ricky Carmichael in 2002 and 2003 at Team Honda.
“Suspension is key to every riders’ success and makes all the difference in the world in your lap times and race results” said Rich Maychrich, Founder of MXSponsor.com. “The most powerful motor means absolutely nothing if your machine cannot handle the course and put the power to the ground. MB1 is a leader in motocross suspension, and we are thrilled to have them on our program.”
“We are excited about working with MXSponsor.com to help racers across the country put more wins on the board” says owner Mike Battista. “We are offering several sponsorship levels to fit the needs of hundreds of riders at every skill level. We look forward to reviewing the resumes on MXSponsor.com.”
How to Submit a Resume to MB1 Suspension:
To submit a sponsorship resume to MB1 Suspension, racers can go to www.MXSponsor.com, build their online profile, upload action photos, race results, write a cover letter and then submit their resumes all for free.
How MXSponsor.com Works:
MXSponsor.com works for all racers of all age levels that are looking to get sponsored. Forget paying up front fees to submit a resume. With MXSponsor.com, riders have the option to pay after they get sponsored based on their racing needs. If the rider gets a deal they want, they pay $50 to finalize, and that covers them for the rest of the year regardless of how many deals they can land.
MXsponsor.com was launched in August of 2005 and pioneered the first website to offer riders and companies a free way to accept sponsorship resumes online. MXSponsor.com was started by Rich Maychrich, a 250A racer in the AMA District 6 region, along with dozens of local and regional racers who wanted to create a better way to get sponsored in the motocross industry. MXSponsor.com is based out of New Jersey with west coast offices in Sacramento, California.
Riders can see if they have what it takes to get sponsored for free by going to www.MXSponsor.com and building their online profile in about 10 minutes.
Companies looking to start accepting online sponsorship resumes for free can do so by going to www.mxsponsor.com/companysignup. Accounts can be set up within 24 hours.
For more information, please see www.mxsponsor.com
For more information about MB1, please go to www.MB1suspension.com