Chili Bowl Lands A-Feature Sponsor

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Sammy Swindell (1) battles early Bryan Clauson during the 2011 Chili Bowl (Frank Smith Photo)
Sammy Swindell (1) battles early Bryan Clauson during the 2011 Chili Bowl (Frank Smith Photo)

TULSA, Okla. – Joining the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire for the 2013 edition, Oklahoma City based US Fleet Tracking will carry the distinct honor as the presenting sponsor for each of the Chili Bowl’s five A-Features.

When asked about joining the Chili Bowl in 2013, US Fleet Tacking Director of Public Relations and Marketing Sam Sims stated, “For us this is such a great event. The international level of the Chili Bowl is very interesting to US Fleet Tracking. It really represents our clientele and we want to be a part of something great.”

A global GPS tracking company tailored for Commercial Vehicle applications and Law Enforcement, US Fleet Tracking also specializes in Event Management with involvement in, according to usft.com, “Super Bowls XLI, XLII, XLIII, XLIV, XLV and XLVI, the 2010 Pro Bowl, the 2011 NHL All Star Game, 2010 Winter Olympics, and the 2012 Summer Olympics.”

Asked about being named the presenting sponsor of the 2013 A-Features, including Saturday’s 55-lap finale, Sims replied, “We are honored to be a part of it.” Giving a pause to reflect Sims continued by saying, “actually we are a little taken aback that we are the presenting sponsors for the A-Mains.”

Sims stated that US Fleet Tracking will also be present at the Chili Bowl Tradeshow to answer questions and display what it is that US Fleet Tracking does.

“We set the standard when it comes to the industry. We do live tracking whereas most companies do real-time tracking which is much slower.”

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