Amber Cope returns to the track to bring her Twin Turbo Power to say “NO MORE” at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Mooresville, NC July 9, 2012, - Amber Cope is ready to strap on her helmet and is excited to be back in the seat, making her 2012 debut at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on July 14, 2012 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series F.W. Webb 200 live at 2:30pm on ESPN. Amber Cope will pilot SR² Motorsports No.24 Chevy, with her Twin sister Angela Cope supporting her at every turn, trackside.
Maxelence, Amber’s primary sponsor at New Hampshire, is a brand new endurance muscle recovery drink that is infused with Ribose and fast absorbing electrolytes. The powdered drink mix was picked up by GNC last fall and went on shelf in top market GNC 's across the US with concentration in the south and the Mid Atlantic. Maxelence, which was just launched exactly one year ago and is experiencing rapid success getting into other major retailers such as select Vitamin World stores, Vitamin Discount Centers and Smoothie Kings.
Elyshia Rennison, Maxelence Marketing Director explains, "We are proud to be returning to the sport so we may continue to use the exposure NASCAR gives us to not only brand the product but to draw attention from other major retailers. We had such a valuable experience with the Cope Twins Uncle Derrike Cope last year, so we are ready for Amber Cope to take Maxelence for another spin.”
Amber is anxious to get behind the wheel with Maxelence on the hood of the No.24 as well as with other great sponsor such as Luichiny® Shoes, which has been sponsoring the Cope Twins since last season and associate partners, The Tap Sports Bar – Brookside Pizza, West Tech Industries and Frontline Design.
Amber Cope, very enthusiastic, said, “I am not only overwhelmed with excitement to be back in the seat but also to show my support to help raise awareness to end domestic violence and sexual assault, by displaying the NO MORE symbol as I pilot the No.24 car.” Amber Cope and her Twin sister Angela Cope joined forces with NO MORE on June 15, 2012. NO MORE is the first overarching, visual symbol to express support for ending domestic violence and sexual assault in our society. Every major domestic violence and sexual assault organization in the country is supporting the use of NO MORE as the symbol of this movement. Angela Cope said, “Join the NO MORE movement. Together, my sister and I, along with SR² Motorsports will race and help end domestic violence and sexual assault. We are dedicated in raising awareness so everyone has the courage to stand up and say “NO MORE”. “
SR² Motorsports owner, Jason Sciaviccio continued, saying that, “Together we will continue to race to support and raise awareness for NO MORE. We are very proud to have Amber Cope pilot our No.24 at New Hampshire and we hope to grow and add more partners so both Amber and Angela may continue to gain experience and compete in more events if not the same events in the future. ”
Stop by and visit with the Cope Twins at 4:30 pm on Friday, July 13, 2012 at the Tap Sports Bar, located at 930 Laconia Rd, Belmont N.H. (corner of routes 106 and 140) Stop in for great food, a fun atmosphere and meet the Cope Twins.
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For more information on NO MORE go to www.NOMORE.org : If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline 1−800−799−SAFE (www.thehotline.org), or National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-HOPE (www.rainn.org, the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network).