NickHolt Posted September 16, 2016 Report Share Posted September 16, 2016 TechLine Manufacturing Joins Forces with AM Racing Mooresville, NC (September 1, 2016) - AM Racing is teaming up with TechLine Manufacturing, an industrial support manufacturer for the 2016 and 2017 NASCAR Season . Joining other Industrial and Construction partners such as AM Technical Solution, JB Henderson and B&D Electric, TechLine Mfg is the latest company to take advantage of the ‘Commercial Representation’ business model offered by AM Racing. Courtesy of AM Racing PR TechLine Mfg, a company based out of Spanish Fort, Alabama, is one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of tubing and instrument support systems. With over 30 years in industry, TechLine Mfg has prided themselves on Professionalism, Quality, Customer Service and Integrity. “The value of AM Racing’s unique Business to Business Model is distinct and measureable,” says Richard Lacey, Executive Vice President of TechLine Mfg. “We are very excited about the new relationships and opportunities it affords our TechLine Mfg team and family of products.” Our growing family of Industrial and Construction partners are constructing the leading edge technology facilities of tomorrow here in America, as well as abroad. These facilities and the industries they serve need high quality, innovative products and services to achieve ever increasing performance objectives. TechLine Mfg products provide that quality and innovation,” comments Tim Self, Owner of AM Racing. “For example, their Snap Track cable tray system which has multiple process utility support applications provides better performance specifications than current industry standards. More impressive is the patented assembly elements that substantially reduce installation time directly impacting cost and schedule. I expect this system will provide huge benefit to our Data Center clients as it is specifically designed to transition data and power cables from ladder tray to point of use.” Through the remainder of the 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, TechLine Mfg will be an associate partner on the No. 22 AM Racing Toyota Tundra. In addition, TechLine Mfg is committed to as an associate partner for the entire 2017 NCWTS season. “While the Commercial Representation component of our Business to Business Model Serves the interest of our clients through well-structured sales based relationships, our NASCAR Program provides a foundation that creates Unity among all of our partners and delivers dynamic content elements for brand promotion,” says Matt Donovan, Director of Corporate Relationships for AM Racing. For more information on TechLine Mfg, visit their website at www.techlinemfg.com. Additional information on AM Racing can be found on their website at www.awsracing.com or follow along on social media: Facebook – www.facebook.com/AustinWSelf or Twitter - @AustinWSelf. About TechLine Mfg. TechLine Mfg. is a domestic manufacturer of Instrumentation & Electrical supports, and provides quality products to industrial jobsites and facilities around the world. The company has proven capabilities for supplying products to instrument and electrical bulk package providers for large scale domestic and export projects in sectors including LNG, Oil & Gas, Power, and PetroChem, among others.. For additional information about TechLine Mfg., call 251-380-7300 (800-395-3369 US Toll Free), visit techlinemfg.com, or email email@example.com. About AM Racing AM Racing is a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team that fields a full-time truck. Piloting the No. 22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota Tundra is 2016 Rookie of the Year contender, Austin Wayne Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is located in “Race Capital USA” Mooresville, North Carolina. Owned and operated by successful businessman, Tim Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on Faith, Honesty and Intelligent Performance. For additional information about AM Racing or Austin Wayne Self, visit www.awsracing.com. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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