TORONTO, ONTARIO (July 7, 2014) – As one of the strongest continuing supporters of the Pro Modified Racing Association, Paul Wolf Lighting and Electric Supply has returned for its seventh season of involvement with the PMRA.
Paul Wolf Lighting and Electric Supply have been great supporters of the PMRA over the years, and we are pleased to have them return this year, said Bruce Mehlenbacher, Director of Operations for the PMRA. Their involvement has produced a great relationship and has helped promote our series.
Along with its involvement in the PMRA, Wolf also sponsors one of the PMRA’s top teams, the 1969 Camaro Pro Modified of Andreacchi Motorsports with driver Sam Andreacchi of Toronto, Ontario through its relationship with Dominic Calabria of Wolf.
Established in 1963, Paul Wolf Lighting & Electric Supply Ltd. has been one of the main providers to the electrical and lighting industry. It has offered excellent customer service in an ever-changing marketplace, and is committed to using only the highest qualified trained professionals, with years of experience in the industry, along with the finest quality material available. Free delivery, 24-hour emergency service and on-line ordering system, ensures dedication to its customers.
For more information, contact: www.paulwolf.com
The Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA), www.PMRA.ca enters its 10th season of popular Pro Modified racing this year, while the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, presented by NAPA Auto Parts, www.Quick32.ca will begin its sixth season, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series (PBSS) presented by Wiseco Performance Products, www.PBSS.ca begins its fourth year of operation. Several times during the race season all three series compete at the same weekend events, offering a colourful, diverse, and exciting package of drag racing action.
For more information, please contact:
Bruce F. Mehlenbacher/ Director of Operations
Telephone: (905) 772-1800 Ext. #22
Cellular: (905) 517-5345
Tim Miller/ Media Director
Telephone: (905) 870-1456
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