The World's Fastest Organization LLC, is a creative marketing strategies business that uses Bluebaugh Racing as a medium for advertising, promotions, and communication. We maximize business potential by capitalizing on the effects of pairing Drag Racing with the Media
Current Opportunities -
Kelly Bluebaugh, as seen on the Discovery Channel’s “Street Outlaws; No Prep Kings”, a top ranking Cable TV show about Drag Racing with approximately 1.5 Million Viewers weekly, is looking for a few select sponsors for the Third Season (currently in progress) and 2019 season of No Prep Kings Drag Racing. Bluebaugh appeared on the show in Season One driving the “Reaper” Car of James Goad and drove his own car, a Nitrous Injected Monte Carlo in Season Two of the show, which is set to air early next year.
The “Street Outlaw” phenomenon is a Social Media Marketers Playground with unending ways to Target Customers at a Fraction of the Cost in a place where they are Paying Attention. The Top Hit TV show has captured the nation’s undying fascination and significantly impacted the racing enthusiast community- “No Prep” Racing is Exceeding NHRA venues for Spectatorship.
Bluebaugh Racing is experienced with leveraging both Social Media Marketing and with sparking Viral Marketing. We have successfully carried sponsorships from large companies such as Mickey Thompson Tires, Lucas Oil, and Magna Fuel. We work extra hard, prioritizing the fact that our sponsors have business objectives to meet through the sponsorship process.
Bluebaugh Racing is Seeking Sponsors to supplement our travel and racing expenses in the form of racing product, cash, and vouchers that pay for travel costs such as credit card points for airfare or gas. In Return; Our Social Media Marketing Program is currently organized under the World’s Fastest Organization, LLC; a legitimate Arizona Business set up specifically as Marketing Company offering real returns on investment with business minded objectives. Our planned Social Media Marketing Program for this opportunity includes;
· Television Airtime through targeted exposure of Company Logos on our car and apparel worn during filming- up to 1.5 Million + per show*
· Targeted Use of Facebook for Sponsor Promotion, Press Release, Endorsements, use of hash tagging to target search interests, targeted use of team association, Viral Marketing
· Facebook Live Feeds with planned endorsements, logo exposure, product demonstration, targeted use of association
· Instagram Messaging using Photo and Video with Sponsor Promotion, planned logo exposure, endorsement, targeted use of association, Viral Marketing
· Viral Marketing with use of Video Media that is a by-product of the show, other racers posts, and targeted videos we create through racing and in live feeds with Sponsor Promotion, planned logo exposure, endorsement, targeted use of association
· Targeted Use of Our Machine Shop, “WFO Racing and Machine”, to sell sponsor products and create a backdrop to demonstrate product use and preference
· Bluebaugh Racing Website, We link sponsors on our website and post press releases
· Posting of Banners, Stickers visible to event spectators at the track. The show draws 10k-15k Spectators per day during track filming. We will pass out company promotional items at the track, hang banners in our pit area. We wear our Sponsors Apparel
· Regular Updates and Communication on Marketing Progress. Individualized marketing campaigns. We are creative and work with Sponsors objectives.
· We encourage our Sponsors to be with us trackside, ride with us, join our team, and be part of our experience, to be a working film set in a reality TV show.
Racing is Exciting and the Crowds are Exhilarating- Join the Fun! It’s great for employee morale to be associated with the Racing Team
Thanks!! Please contact me with inquiries :)
Deborah Woodard, Marketing Director
World’s Fastest Organization, LLC
10601 N 39th Street
Phoenix AZ 85028
602 290 2684, firstname.lastname@example.org
*We cannot control what Discovery chooses to edit and air on the program or how they choose to use their film property. We can greatly increase the chance of exposure. All sponsors are required to sign releases for use of their logo
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