C & A Pro Skis’ are on as the official ski of the 2011-‘12 ISOC AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series

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Minnesota-based industry leader in skis for all models of sleds and rider abilities returns as a longtime sponsor of AMSOIL Snocross beginning at Duluth

For more information contact:

Pat Schutte, PR Director, ISOC Racing

(734) 369-2170; pat@ISOCRacing.com

Minneapolis – Nov. 16, 2011 – First thing to cross the finish line and grab the checkers in AMSOIL Championship Snocross is the sled’s skis. And chances are good that those are going to be a set of C & A Pro Skis.

Names ranging from Hibbert to Martin, LaVallee and Malinoski all run C&A Pro Skis – the “official” ski of the 2011-’12 ACSS.

“Anyone can ride like a pro if you use C & A Pro Skis,” says Mark Mages, C & A Pro Sales/Race Director. “Our skis provide a full range of options from amateur to pro, and from the flat-landers to the mountain riders. The C & A Pro Ski design is the best handling ski on the market as proven by the professional racers, freestyle and hill climb competitors. Without question, C & A Pro Skis are the best!”

In addition to the racing action, fans of ACSS will see many of the freestyle intermission riders on  C & A Pro Skis. And when the women hit the track, C & A Pro Skis is well-represented by Carly Davis and Samantha Tarnowski.

On the ACSS’ manufacturer’s midway – where you can purchase a new set of C & A Pro Skis – two new ‘consumer-friendly’ skis are poised to be a big hit this year with the weekend warriors. The deep powder/maximum flotation MTX (mountain extreme) and the control-friendly, recreation TRX (trail extreme) both compliment C & A Pro Skis’ top racing ski – the XT (extreme).

“We’re pumped to have C  & A Pro Skis back on board with AMSOIL Championship Snocross this season,” said ISOC Director of Operations/Racing Director Carl Schubitzke. “C & A Pro Skis are synonymous with excellence – the standard for top level professional snocross, as well as recreational snowmobiling. Again, look for the entire line of C & A Pro Skis product on the AMSOIL Championship Snocross’ manufacturer’s midway beginning November 25th in Duluth.”

Who: World’s top snowmobile racers on C & A Pro Skis

What: Round one of the 2011-‘12 ISOC AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series

When: Nov. 25- 27

Times: Practice starts each day at 8 a.m., amateur racing begins at 9:30 a.m., pros at noon.

Where: Spirit Mountain, Duluth, Minn.

Tickets: Adult daily passes are $27 (18-62 yrs), $22 for a Youth/Senior pass and kids under 5 are free. Three-day weekend passes are $46 for adults and $40 for Youth/Seniors. Tickets are available at the gate and at www.visitduluth.com

Local partnership opportunities with the ACSS are still available, including vending and food sales and a multitude of proven marketing options to put area businesses out in front of one of the largest live event crowds the metropolitan Duluth area will see all year. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Doug Rust at (612) 701-6183.

About ISOC Racing

The International Series of Champions (ISOC) is the premier snowmobile race sanctioning organization in North America and sanctions the national AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series, in addition to affiliating with nine regional circuits. Visit snocross.com for more information, fan and racer memberships, schedule details and more.