Edelbrock Posts Contingency At Super Chevy Shows

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Continuing its longstanding grassroots approach with racers and car enthusiasts, Edelbrock has signed on as a contingency sponsor for the 2004 Super Chevy Show Series.

"The Super Chevy Show Series is a great way for Edelbrock to meet with our loyal race customers and fans and hear what they have to say," said Jason Snyder, Edelbrock national sales manager. "Being at events like Super Chevy is another avenue that helps us continually build our relationship with them and highlight the products they want."

According to Snyder, Edelbrock is posting contingency in all eligible classes for Edelbrock aluminum intake manifolds, aluminum cylinder heads, brand-new Q-Jet carburetors, electric fuel pumps (in-line design only) and complete Edelbrock nitrous systems.

To support the racers of the 19-event Super Chevy Show Series, Snyder said Edelbrock is posting the payouts for the event winner: $150 (per eligible product); and event runner-up: $50 (per eligible product).

Founded in 1938 by Vic Edelbrock Sr., Torrance, Calif.-based Edelbrock Corp. (NASDAQ NM: EDEL) is celebrating its 66th anniversary of manufacturing and marketing the highest quality aftermarket performance automotive and motorcycle products.

Edelbrock's ever-expanding product line now features more than 8,100 performance products for domestics and imports, including nitrous systems, fuel rails, throttle bodies, exhaust headers, camshafts, fuel pumps, aluminum manifolds, turbos, exhaust systems, suspension and shocks, EFI systems, aluminum cylinder heads, water pumps, crate engines, brake and fuel lines and fluid transfer products. Edelbrock also manufactures aftermarket parts for Harley-Davidson and other motorcycles, plus ATVs.

Edelbrock is recognized as a driving force in the $29 billion specialty equipment industry. In addition to four production facilities in Torrance, the company owns and operates a state-of-the art foundry in San Jacinto, Calif. Edelbrock's core product line of performance-enhancing engine, suspension and exhaust system parts, which make up The Total Power Package(R), are made in the USA. Edelbrock is also a manufacturer of racing products and a sponsor of several racing organizations, including NASCAR, the NHRA and the PRO-Edelbrock Race Series.

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