Warn Industries on Board for 2007 UROC Rockcrawling and Rockcross Series
The announcement marks the beginning of the seventh year that Warn has supported UROC (formerly RCAA). “We are excited to once again be working with UROC for the ‘07 season and feel that competitive rockcrawling and UROC’s new RockCross™ are a great place to test and prove the rugged and reliable nature of Warn products,” Said Andy Lilienthal, Copy Writer/Public Relations contact for Warn Industries. “Warn Industries’ reputation and standard is the highest in the industry. UROC rockcrawling and RockCross™ push teams and equipment to the very limit and we are happy to say that there are more teams running Warn products in UROC than all other winch products combined.”
As part of the commitment, Warn Industries will offer a contingency that pays up to $2,000.00 at the end of the year for the driver with the most wins. Details can be viewed at http://www.warn.com/truck/rock_crawling_contingency_program.shtml
Warn Industries designs, manufactures and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive vehicles, ATVs and utility vehicles. In addition, the company's Industrial Division markets electric and hydraulic winches and hoists to commercial, industrial and severe duty customers around the world. The WARN Works® line of utility winches and hoists are specifically designed for professional trade workers and do it- yourself consumers who need powerful tools to assist them in pulling, hauling, dragging or lifting. Warn Industries has three divisions focused on specific customers and markets (WARN Truck, Powertrain and Powersports). With customers in more than 65 countries on six continents, Warn Industries is one of the world's most recognized brand names in off road and torque transfer products. More information on Warn is available by going to www.warn.com .
UROC is the leader in Rockcrawling and RockCross™ sanctioning bodies in the United States and around the world and the first sanctioning body to build man-made courses around the country including Las Vegas, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Portland, IN.
For more information and a 2007 schedule for UROC, go to www.uroc.com