AMA Sports Recognizes Sponsors; Banquet & EnduroCross Nearing SelloutThursday, November 10, 2005 | 11:56 AM
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- AMA Sports, the amateur and pro-am
competition division of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), has
announced that a limited number of tickets are still available for the third annual
AMA Sports Awards Banquet presented by Naughton Insurance on Friday evening,
November 18, 2005, at The Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The AMA Maxxis EnduroCross presented by Moose Racing, Monster Energy Drink and Pro Circuit, to be held at the Orleans Arena on Saturday, November 19, also is nearly sold out.
Tickets for the AMA Sports Awards Banquet are $75 per person. For reservations, contact Sue Mason at (614) 856-1900, extension 1244, or at [email protected].
Tickets for the AMA Maxxis EnduroCross are available by calling (888) 234-2334 or (702) 284-7777, or by visiting www.endurocrossusa.com.
- Unprecedented support from Banquet sponsors -
The 2005 AMA Sports Awards Banquet, which will honor nearly 400 national champions, enjoys unprecedented support from its sponsors, including presenting sponsor Naughton Insurance; reception sponsor Gear Designs Inc.; and table sponsor Red Bull/NASMOTO LLC.
Other sponsors of this year's event are: American Honda; KTM North America Inc.; Yamaha Motor Corp., USA; American Suzuki Motor Corp.; Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; Timothy Owens; Web Cam Racing Camshafts; Clarke Mfg Co. Inc.; Washougal MX Park; Arizona Trail Riders; Drew's Motorcycle Service; Event Screen Print; Fulmer Helmets; P & D Promotions; Sponsorhouse; WER Products; COBRA Motorcycles; WISECO; and Monster Plates.
The AMA Sports Awards Banquet and the AMA Maxxis EnduroCross are part of the 2005 AMA Las Vegas Invasion Weekend, which also features the 31st Annual AMA Pro Racing Championship Awards Banquet on Sunday, November 20. For more information about the AMA Pro Racing Championship Awards Banquet, visit www.amaproracing.com.
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