The Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series presented by the Delaware Auto Exchange has welcomed back two sponsors and obtained a brand-new marketing partner to sponsor the $50 to win qualifying heat races for the 2019 season.

Bruce’s Auto Body (Sharon Hill, PA), JWK Electric (Richboro, PA) and Professional Design Services (Lakewood, NJ) have each signed on to support these events during the series’ 2019 campaign.

“I supported the efforts of the Geiges and Wagners when they brought back life to the Racesaver 305 Sprint Car division in our area, and as a former competitor in the division myself, I really enjoyed having the opportunity to be a part of this successful movement since they took over in 2017 and now in 2019,” Ian Borden, President of Professional Design Services (PDS) stated.

Professional Design Services LLC, based out of Lakewood NJ, is a professional consulting engineering firm providing full services in civil engineering, land use planning, land surveying and construction management. These services provided are for private and public companies, state and municipal governments as well as individuals.

With PDS sponsoring heat number three, back onboard for 2019 for heat race number one is Bruce’s Auto Body, who has continued to support MASS since the beginning of their campaign in 2017.

Bruce Davis, owner of Bruce’s Auto Body, has previously sponsored the ‘Hard Charger Award’ weekly with MASS and in 2018, he decided to up the ante by becoming a heat race sponsor, continuing to do so again in 2019. Bruce and his son, Bryant Davis, who is the driver of the Bruce’s Auto Body number 15B, found long-awaited success in the 2017 season after gaining their first feature victory at Bridgeport Speedway and Bryant experienced his greatest accomplishment yet – becoming a father to his son Branden last August with his wife Stephanie. The father-son duo are longtime supporters of the Racesaver 305 series as a series sponsor and a participating team, so they are looking forward to seeing what this season has to bring.

New to the heat race roster of sponsors is Richboro, PA’s John W. Kay Electric – who will be representing heat race number two this year.

John Kay, owner of JWK Electric, and his son Joe Kay have been racing their family-owned #12 JWK Electric and KB Services sponsored Sprint Car for a number of seasons and they have big plans for their 2019 campaign of running the entire MASS schedule as well as the entire Action Track USA Speedway schedule with their 600 Micro Sprint.

“JWK Electric is a full serviced provider of electrical services to the commercial and industrial marketplaces,” Joe Kay explained. “We’ve been in business for 35 years and have worked in shopping centers, retirement homes, to quarries, car dealerships and machine shops. We are your trusted partner in electric services”.

“Its very rare that my dad wants to sponsor anything other than our car, but we really enjoy supporting and running with MASS every race that we can, and to be able to support a series and their ‘weekend warriors’ is something that we can take pride in, especially for being a small business ourselves,” Kay said.

The Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series presented by the Delaware Auto Exchange will kick off 2019 at New Egypt Speedway on Saturday, April 13th, for night one of the New Jersey State Championship Series sponsored by Snow’s Sealcoating.

For more information on upcoming events, race day LIVE coverage, and exclusive interviews with drivers, visit our Facebook page Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series and our website www.masprintseries.com.

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