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Meyer Distributing enters NHRA drag racing

JASPER, Ind. – Meyer Distributing has entered a partnership with NHRA North Central Division Top Dragster Champion, JB Strassweg, thru the 2019 racing season. Meyer Distributing is focused on increasing dealer network and vendor relationships thru the partnership with Strassweg.

“I can not explain how excited we are to make the next step with the Meyer team. They are a family company and we are a family company, stated Strassweg. We are going to tell every small business owner from high performance trucks and cars to Jeeps, RV and outdoor enthusiasts that they need to make Meyer Distributing a part of their business plan as we have, ” Strassweg elaborated.

The Meyer Top Dragster will make it’s racetrack debut at the Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway in Charlotte, North Carolina. Prior to that, Strassweg will be at the Meyer Distributing High-Performance Open House at their headquarters in Jasper, Indiana on April 6th.

“We are thrilled to expose racers and fans alike to the Meyer family and how we can impact their business and lifestyle”, says Nick Gramelspacher, vice president of sales and marketing at Meyer Distributing. “Our company is full of race enthusiasts and this partnership solidifies that Meyer is committed to the category and our customers.”

Strassweg will have information for business owners, racers and fans interested in becoming part of the Meyer Distributing family at all NHRA Mello Yello Events and Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Events.

SOURCE: Meyer Distributing press release

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