New sponsor of Quit Forest Rally Super Special Stage
- 30th December 2013, 10:35pm
Trade Hire will become the naming rights sponsor of the 2014 Quit Forest Rally Busselton Super Special Stage in April.
The new partnership follows on from Trade Hire’s support of the event’s Side-by-Side, Motorbike and Quad track which was built for the 2013 event, and will further cement the Busselton stage as one of the preeminent stages in the ECB Australian Rally Championship. Trade Hire have also been a major supporter of the Busselton Toyota Super Stage for the past 12 years in assisting in the stage set up and hire equipment for the stage.
Trade Hire’s Director Chris Reynolds, said that: “Trade Hire is delighted to be strengthening our support of the Quit Forest Rally and in turn bringing the excitement of the ARC to the people of Busselton.”
“The action around Busselton is always a highlight of the Quit Forest Rally and Trade Hire can’t wait to see what new thrills, for both teams and spectators, the new Trade Hire Busselton Stage will add to the event in 2014,” Reynolds added.
The Quit Forest Rally, Western Australia’s round of the ECB Australian Rally Championship, attracts a mix of national, state and local competitors of all experience levels, ages and abilities and the opportunity for these competitors to compete along the Busselton foreshore in front of thousands of spectators is always a highlight of the event.
Quit Forest Rally Clerk of Course, Ross Tapper, said: “We are thrilled that Trade Hire has made this commitment to the Quit Forest Rally in such an exciting time for the ECB ARC.”
“The Busselton stage was first run in 2001 however, in 2014 it will be given a serious shake up following major Council redevelopments to Barnard Park and the Busselton Foreshore. We are excited to be launching the new stage with the support of Trade Hire,” Tapper continued.
The Quit Forest Rally will run on 4 - 6April, 2014 and will be based in Busselton and Nannup. The Trade Hire Busselton Stage will run on the Friday and Saturday evenings.
The event is the second round of the ECB Australian Rally Championship, the first round of the West Australian Rally Championship and for the fourth year will also include competition for Side-by-Side, Motorbike and Quad entrants.
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