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X-Tream Clean & Sunshine State Quad Series

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Charlotte, NC - July 12, 2011

Press Release - X-Tream Clean Products announces its sponsorship with Sunshine State Quad Series

X-Tream Clean Products announces its sponsorship today with Sunshine State Quad Series of Leesburg, FL. Established in 2006 SSQSA was formed for the ATV racers of Florida to begin a dedicated ATV series during the typical winter months. Beginning this November SSQSA is coming back and ready to set the ATV world on fire. The SSQSA will be hosting a four race series that will begin in November 2011 and end in January 2012. They will have a total of 19 classes for riders of all ages and experience levels from the youngest 50cc riders to the Pro and Pro-Am classes. X-Tream Clean Products looks forward to our relationship with SSQSA and all of the participants that will be attending races this upcoming season.

Sunshine State Quad Series of Leesburg, FL is run by Brett Jones who has been involved in promoting ATV racing for over 15 years. More information can be found at Home Page.

X-Tream Clean Products based in Charlotte, NC develops and markets cleaning products specifically designed for motocross bikes, street bikes, ATVs, UTVs, bicycles and all related off-road, on-road and on-water machines as well as developing tire preps for dirt and asphalt racing applications. More information can be found at Welcome to XTream Clean.

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