TRI TRACK FORMS PARTNERSHIP WITH ALL PHASES RENOVATIONS TO BECOME TITLE SPONSOR FOR 2021

SEEKONK, Mass. — Tri Track Open Modified Series officials announced on Monday that All Phases Renovations has become the title sponsor of the series for 2021.

All Phases Renovation, which services customers in southern New England year-round, specializes in inground pool installation, decks, patios, pavilions, bathrooms, basements and more. They can be found by visiting their Facebook page or calling 508-332-6316 to book  appointments.

The title sponsorship for Tri Track means the list of prizes will only grow for the new season, while partnering with All Phases Renovations will give both Tri Track and All Phases the chance to grow their brands further. Tri Track looks forward to working with All Phases to continue to support the short-track, grassroots Modified racer and fan with lucrative purses and side-by-side, 600-horsepower Modified action on the track.

“We can’t thank the team at All Phases Renovations enough for coming on board to support the series for 2021,” Wayne Darling, Managing Partner of Tri Track, said. “We look forward to working with them to continue to grow the series and continue to give back to our great competitors and our fans. We’re excited for the season.”

Owner of All Phases Renovation, Larry Westgate, has been around the sport of short-track racing his entire life. Whether it was competing in a Street Stock at Seekonk Speedway or a Late Model at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Westgate’s tenure behind the wheel ended, and he decided to take a break from the support. However, upon his return in the last two years, Westgate has quickly jumped back in at full speed.

As sponsor of more than nine race cars for the 2021 season, Westgate hopes to continue to further grow his business, which is already one of the top of its kind in the region, but also continue to enjoy his time at the track, where he feels at home.

“Tri Track is what I got started with in the Modifieds,, the first series I ever decided to run when I became a car owner,” Westgate said. “Seeing the purse structure, the way it’s growing, and the amount of money that is being passed out at each race — it’s drawing attention from all kinds of Modifieds and all kinds of fans in New England. It’s great to be a part of.”

The Tri Track Open Modified Series presented by All Phases Renovations has a six-race schedule for the new year, with two stops each at Monadnock Speedway, Star Speedway and Seekonk Speedway.

For more information on the Tri Track Open Modified Series, visit TriTrackModifieds.com and follow the series on social media.

Source:  Kyle Souza, Owner, Souza Media

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