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I could tell you but then I would have to kill you... They don't want me telling everyone what the "support" is. It's not for everyone on the team, just me. You have to send them your racing resume and stuff in order to receive. So far seems worth it.

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Here are our team racing jerseys...

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My dads,

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mine,

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Drtygrl's,

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JoeT,

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Motosport has offered me Rider Support, that is why their logo is on it.

These are just our design to show motosport, Everything will be perfectly even on the actual jersey.

That's pretty awesome....do they give you product for you atv? That's cool. Nice job on the graphics!

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I get a pre-determined discount on EVERYTHING. But they made me register my machine so I can't just by parts for everyone. So unless they had the exact same model, there is nothing I can do to help out friends.

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Thanks, we are going to be making some graphics for the "Make A Wish" Foundation. The owner of our local tracks, his son has a terminal illness. He is 17 years ols and races a pretty beat up buggy out there. The Make A Wish Fondation is building him a new car and we were blessed enough to be asked to be a part of it.

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Thanks, we are going to be making some graphics for the "Make A Wish" Foundation. The owner of our local tracks, his son has a terminal illness. He is 17 years ols and races a pretty beat up buggy out there. The Make A Wish Fondation is building him a new car and we were blessed enough to be asked to be a part of it.

That's pretty awesome! Nice work that you guys do!

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Nice work guys....have you added a website yet?
Also admin wants a BOSS BOY sticker also !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:smilielol5c:

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