AMAC is often approached by motorsports teams and drivers offering advertising opportunities to help AMAC grow. To better help us make decisions in this arena, which of the following best describes your attitude towards the sport of auto racing?

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Lynda Moreland
1 day ago

AMAC Should support the PBR and Rodeos.

David Christhilf
1 month ago

It’s really not a valid question to ask whether I personally follow auto racing. The pertinent question is whether there are people in that audience who would be receptive to AMAC and would benefit from hearing about it. I think the answer to that is YES!

Keith Erickson
1 month ago

I started out following drag racing, then switched to NASCAR, and now follow the Trans Am Series. I think it’s a tough call deciding which motorsports series would give AMAC the greatest return on their investment, but I suspect it might be NASCAR. All motorsports’ series are geared to younger fans, but I think NASCAR might just have the greatest number of senior fans. An associate sponsor deal, rather than a major one would likely be the way to go, to see how it goes. Hey, there are a lot of Richard Petty fans out there (like me), so I think there is something to be gained from an endeavor such as this. Good luck with this. I would love to see an AMAC decal on a NASCAR stocker, especially one of the veteran drivers. Have you talked to anyone on Kevin Harvick’s team? Maybe an Xfinity Series or Camping World Truck Series deal, or just a trackside sign… (I’m sure you’ve already considered those possibilities…) Thanks for the opportunity to comment!

Paul James
1 month ago

Motorsports is a HUGE market and, IMO, an excellent advertising opportunity.

Robert Zuccaro
2 months ago

The only pro sport I watch anymore is NHRA. They have a diverse field of men and women of both sexes whose only goal is winning not “woking”.

Rick
2 months ago

I used to be a big NASCAR fan. I watched some Indy car races. I like watching auto races, I don’t like the political and liberal aspect trying to work its way into racing. Since all of the political and woke garnbage has become more prominent, I have lost intrest in racing.

Sharlotte Qualls
2 months ago
Reply to  Rick

I used to keep up with everything NASCAR. very avid fan! Since they went PC and the Bubba Wallace bull with the garage door pull being a noose and his BLM crap, I NEVER GO TO RACES, WATCH ON TV, OR PURCHASE ANYTHING NASCAR! Tony Stewart Racing is where I’d put my money and in local dirt tracks around the country! Support the small ones and help upcoming drivers! Nascar has become way, way to expensive on both sides! IMHO, you could spread the word about AMAC and make a huge difference in many everyday people’s lives by supporting small dirt tracks rather than a Sport that is going downhill because of their PC attitude now! Real race fans prefer to bring it back to the local track! Talk to Tony “Smoke” Stewart❣ We actually need another racing league, one that will not bow down to liberal ideologies!

OH Consvative
2 months ago

Although I don’t pay any attention to auto racing, it is a big part of American culture and a major way to advertise. AMAC should be involved.

Michael Roby
2 months ago

I believe that Motorsports are the more positive sport they all pledge allegiance to the flag and pray before they compete.

Don Luke
2 months ago

I am not an avid fan of circle track racing, be it NASCAR or any other organization. I was introduced to NHRA drag racing during high school by friends, the year was 1962. I am 74 yrs old and drag racing is still the only form of racing I attend or keep up on. I see the sponsor advertising on the cars but rarely has the sponsor names on race cars or drag boats made me want to know more about the sponsoring organizations products, services, etc. etc. I used to belong to IAMAW and they sponsored a car for a while. My question at the time was where was the money coming from, was it coming from the pot of money we paid to represent and support the union members? FWIW, the sponsored IAMAW car never did really well. If a sponsored car does poorly, how does that reflect on the sponsoring organization if the car never wins or even comes close to winning?

Keith Erickson
1 month ago
Reply to  Don Luke

You should tell the world what your acronyms mean. I have no idea…

Casey Nicholson
2 months ago

Until professional sports stops with the WOKE movement I wouldnt give them a dime. Get Woke Go Broke! Same with BLM. Why are corporations / people supporting the Marxist BLM movement Crazy!!!

Last edited 2 months ago by Casey Nicholson
Michael
2 months ago

Until NASCAR stops disrespecting it’s roots I want nothing to do with it. NASCAR started in the south by a bunch of moonshine runners.

Mike Davis
2 months ago

Cost Vs results, try it a year and weigh the results. Good, invest. Bad, try something else.

Calvin
2 months ago

I think you should explore all forms of advertising. I myself have given up watching sports because of recent events and ideas being pushed by them.

DONNIE iSFERDING
2 months ago

Just because I’m not a car race person doesn’t mean that people shouldn’t e exposed to AMAC.

Stosh
3 months ago

Sponsor boat racing as well!!

Jeff
3 months ago

once you accept sponsorship, you lose your bias in most cases,

Pam M
3 months ago

It really doesn’t matter if I watch or don’t have an interest. Advertising is meant to reach those who don’t know about Amac. Everyone knows about ARP when I tell people there is an alternative rarely do I find anyone who knows about Amac. GET OUT THE WORD any way you can!

J.P.
3 months ago

I see nothing nothing wrong with NASCAR although I don’t watch any races, except of a few minutes when scrolling through the channels. By all means show their advertisements. I play Publishers Clearing House and I watch all their ad video’s, because that is how they get some of their money. I would watch a NASCAR video ad if it was in a e-mail from AMAC to help support AMAC

Susan Schachter
3 months ago

Yes you need to get your name out there.

DONNIE iSFERDING
2 months ago

Yes, go for it.

Terry Wilson
3 months ago

Amac’s the right to engage with auto racing. Wish it still had pit grew girls in it. The ones cowing it into putting its tail between its legs were seldom as attractive as the women now out of the jobs they very much loved to do!

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