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X-Tream Clean To Sponsor KYMCO ATV Racing Team

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X-Tream Clean to Sponsor KYMCO ATV Racing Team for 2008

Charlotte, NC – Feb 12, 2008

X-Tream Clean Company is proud to announce its sponsorship of the KYMCO ATV Racing Team for the upcoming 2008 GNCC season. X-Tream Clean is a company based in Huntersville, NC that develops, markets and distributes a full line of cleaning products specifically designed for motocross bikes and ATV’s. The KYMCO ATV Racing Team will be using the complete product line from X-Tream Clean, XTC MX / ATV Wash, XTC Mud Guard, XTC Quick Hit Detail Spray and XTC Foam Filter Cleaner. These cleaners will help KYMCO ATV Racing Team maintain their equipment and provide them the ability to keep their machines clean and in top condition.

KYMCO ATV Racing Team is managed by Kevin Johnston and competes in the GNCC Series with riders in ATV and Utility classes. This season the riders included in the 2008 season are Kevin Johnston, team manager and 4x4 lites class, Ken Robey 4x4 lites class, Dan McConoughy 4x4 lites class, Jordan Phillips 4x4 lites class, Doug Robey schoolboy class, Rodney Baker sport class, Caleb Johnston CVT70 class, Tyler McConoughy CVT70 class, Ashleigh Davis 90 modified class and Hunter Kilby 90 modified class. Also involved in this partnership is the High Energy Racing Team with riders Mike Houston pro class, Dustin Canipe pro-am class, Ryan Reed vet B class and Mike Shelby vet B class.

“This is a great opportunity for X-Tream Clean. Everyone at X-Tream Clean is very excited about our new relationship with KYMCO ATV Racing Team and their riders for this season. This relationship will give our new company the exposure on a national level that we have not had before. KYMCO has a first class organization with leadership from Kevin Johnston and the KYMCO brand and we really look forward to this new relationship”, said Mark Skerlak, X-Tream Clean’s owner.

For more info about X-Tream Clean products X-Tream Clean XTC

For more info KYMCO ATV Racing Team http://www.mxresultz.com/08KYMCOTEAM

For more info about KYMCO USA KYMCO USA - Motor Scooters, Motorcycles and ATVs

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Congrats! The Kymco Race team seem like great guys. Very active on the boards too which is cool.

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Congrats to you guys!!!! And good luck!!!!!

I need to reorder,,,,I just used the last of my Xtream Clean!!!!:aargh:

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