Stringer Performance Partners for Denso Spark Plugs NHRA 4-Wide Nationals

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As the 2021 NHRA Camping World season rolls on this weekend in Las Vegas at the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA 4-Wide Nationals, so does the business to business partnerships with Stringer Performance and Mainline Sales Inc. MSI National, a Mainline Sales Inc. Company, has expanded their current race sponsorship to include a new product line from their manufacturer portfolio with GARAGEpipe, a division of the Phoenix, Arizona based AIRpipe USA.“We love our partners and when MSI National introduced us to GARAGEpipe we knew instantly that they would be a great fit going forward with our race teams. Fans are going to be impressed with the ingenuity and engineering behind their products.” remarks excited team owner, Doug Stringer.

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GARAGEpipe is an innovative collection of air pipe that is designed and packaged for the customer looking to install or replace an existing air system in any garage, workspace or even that man (or woman) cave. The unique design and construction offers aluminum pipe with reinforced fittings that can be customized to fit into most spaces with the option of having 1 to 5 stations which gives the consumer amazing flexibility when it comes to their air system needs.“GARAGEpipe feels very fortunate to partner with MSI National and when they introduced us to Stringer Performance, we knew racing was an exciting new market for us. We have been involved with the commercial and industrial markets for years and realized race teams and everyday car enthusiasts were using old technology.GARAGEpipe gives everyone the ability to have a professional looking garage to use all their air tools or painting needs. The Denso 4-wide NHRA race offers us a great showcase to show everyone GARAGEpipe is an industrial robust system that is easy to install and the different configurations allow you to fit it to your garage without needing a professional racers budget.” from GARAGEpipe’s Chad Hills.

Jeff Vink of MSI continues “As THE GARAGEpipe and Dirtcom Manufacturer’s Representative, MSI National covers the Industrial/Automotive markets and conveniently offers six locations located in Anaheim, San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Sacramento, and Hayward (The Bay). These locations are supported by seasoned Sales Associates dedicated to serving the market and satisfying the needed value chain of End Users, Distributors and Manufacturers. We deliver superior results for the Manufacturers we have the honor of representing by supporting strategic relationships with the best people in the Industry.”Clay’s Parts Plus top fuel dragster will also carry the Denso brand as primary for this weekend’s Denso 4-wide NHRA event in Las Vegas where in the past Clay has been in four of the last five finals in this 4-wide format at Charlotte and Las Vegas drag strips.

“It’s great to have Denso back as primary for their Las Vegas race and to add new partners like MSI National and GARAGEpipe makes this an even more special event. I have a GARAGEpipe system in my own garage and it was so easy to assemble. We are always appreciative of Parts Plus for allowing us to build on our existing racing program with these unique business to business opportunities.” says Clay Millican.Clay will be signing autographs for fans during the Denso Spark Plugs 4-Wide Nationals at the GARAGEpipe midway display area on Friday and Saturday. Visit their booth on the manufacturers midway at The Strip in Las Vegas for more details and to check out all the great products online visit here.


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