M2R Helmets Accepting Sponsorship Resumes through MXSponsor.comTuesday, July 25, 2006 | 7:23 AM
M2R Helmets, an industry leader in motocross helmets and apparel, announces a new rider support program available through MXSponsor.com; a fast and free way to send companies sponsorship resumes.
M2R, a proud sponsor of MotoXXX and Yamaha of Troy is looking for new riders to join their amateur race program. M2R riders will be introduced to M2R’s newest and latest products including their new Revelation X3 Helmet. The RevX3 features the latest technology in off-road head protection. The tri-composite shell will be the lightest as well as use the latest in impact dispersing fiber technology.
Ryan Raymond, head of rider support for M2R is excited about this year’s program and is using MXSponsor.com to manage his motocross resumes. “MXsponsor.com offers us thousands of core motocross racers who are dedicated to the sport.” said Raymond. “Because MXSponsor.com is made exclusively for the motocross industry, their system offers us an easy way to process resumes and find new motocross riders.”
Riders looking to get sponsored by M2R can submit their resumes for free to M2R by using MXSponsor.com. “MXSponsor.com is a great option for all riders because they can use our site and contact M2R for free” said Rich Maychrich, founder of MXSponsor.com. “There are no costs to send resumes and no limit on features. This combination allows companies to see as many new riders as possible and allow riders unlimited access to sponsors all for free.”
M2R’s anticipated new RevX3 line will be shipping in september. Look for M2R’s new line showcased on Tim Ferry and the rest of the MotoXXX guys as well as Yamaha of Troy riders. Ryan Raymond sees the RevX3 as a big step towards better impact protection and rider comfort saying, “We take pride in delivering quality products to riders and we are thrilled about RevX3 because it is so light, yet provides optimum protection from impact.”
Rich Maychrich feels that M2R’s new rider support program will greatly benefit MXSponsor.com’s several thousand members and feels that a quality helmet is the most important piece of equipment for a motocross rider. “I have chosen to own M2R helmets for the past several years because of their protection and light feel. Riders will greatly benefit from getting on the inside of a great new product.”
How to Submit a Resume to M2R Helmets:
To submit a sponsorship resume to M2R Helmets, racers can go to www.MXSponsor.com, build their online profile, upload action photos, race results, write a cover letter and then submit their resumes all for free.
How MXSponsor.com Works:
MXSponsor.com works for all racers of all age levels that are looking to get sponsored. Forget paying up-front fees to submit a resume. Riders build their online profile, upload action photos, race results and write a cover letter and then submit to as many companies as they wish all for free. Riders then receive responses, deals, and offers, and can choose to pay a one time $50 for the year to sign unlimited contracts with no obligation. MXSponsor.com is the free choice for riders to see if they got what it takes.
MXSponsor.com’s platform is free to companies looking to process resumes online or to find thousands of new potential riders. MXSponsor.com works for any company of any size and accounts can be setup within one business day. No fees, no contracts, no drama.
MXsponsor.com is the only website exclusively dedicated to the motocross sponsorship industry. Launched in August of 2005 by Rich Maychrich, a 250 Expert racer in the AMA District 6 region, MXSponsor.com has thousands of core motocross racers and has processed over 20,000 sponsorships opportunities and signed over 10,000 deals. MXSponsor.com is the only sponsorship website that gives riders unlimited access to features and companies for free.
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