Sunday, February 23, 2014


Laise Racing Announces Identity Graphics As Sponsor; 2014 plans.

 After a cold and snowy winter Laise Racing is excited for the start of the 2014 racing season. Bob Shitey of R&R Machine has freshened up the small block used in competition at Grandview Speedway. Laise Racing also upgraded the chassis and has completely rebuilt the drive line. Timmy Buckwalter, of Tim's Shock Lab, will provide a variety of set-ups throughout the year.
 We are pleased to announce that Identity Graphics and Printing has signed on as a sponsor for the 2014 racing season. The Telford, Pa company prints a wide variety of high quality  products from Business Cards to Banners, Promotional Items, and more at honest affordable prices.  Owner Drew Culp said, "I am thrilled to be coming on board to help support Laise Racing." More information is available at, along with a Facebook page at "Identity Graphics and Printing Inc." providing pictures of their work.
 Returning sponsors for the 2014 season will be Michael Smith Painting, Reid Auto and Truck Repair, which are both located in Gilbertsville, PA. Laise Racing thanks these long time sponsors for their continued support. "For two family owned companies to continue to support us for as long as they have speaks volumes about the Smith and Reid companies. It is a real blessing to work with them for so many years." stated Mike Laise, driver of the #15 358 Dirt Modified.
 Kaden's Candles located in Boyertown, Pa will also be returning for the 2014 season. They will be doing a fundraiser to help raise money for Laise Racing's efforts and to help spread their customer base into the racing market. The sale of these high quality hand poured candles is slated to begin on March 1st. Ordering information and scent list will be announced closer to that date.
 Helping the community is something that we take great pride in here at Laise racing. For 2014 a local charity we have chosen to support is "Cruising for a Cause". Cruising for a cause is a family run charity which host's a car show every summer to help support local causes. Dave Laise stated, "If there is anything that rivals the thrill of being at the races on a Saturday night it's being a part of local charities. 'Cruising for a Cause' was a really great way to talk to many people about racing at Grandview Speedway, and it gave our team another opportunity to showcase our sponsors away from the track." The charity's annual car show provides activities for the whole family including door prizes, free entry, and a variety of events for children.
 As a new sponsor last season, West Main Diner in Lansdale, Pa  is quickly becoming a fan favorite sponsor. The diner is known for their fresh homemade meals and high quality baked goods. They have provided delicious samples to give away at Grandview. Displaying their willingness to give back to our fans, West Main Diner provided a cookie tray at the Motorsports show in Oaks while driver Mike Laise was signing autographs. "The cookies were a big hit." stated driver Mike Laise.
 The winter is always a tough time for dedicated racers. "Tearing down and then rebuilding the car is a daunting task, but with the support of a great crew and loving family I cannot wait to get back out on the track! This 2014 season marks our 20th year of racing and it is shaping up to be our best ever. We are surrounded with a great group of fans, sponsors, family, crew members and friends which almost ensures a successful year!"
There is still time available for any company who is interested in being a part of this family oriented race team. Information about sponsorship opportunities for Laise Racing, can be obtained by contacting Mike at (484) 941-2313. Fans are reminded that up-to-date information regarding the #15 358 Dirt Modified can be found on the "Mike Laise Racing" fan page on Facebook.

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