INSSA Gears Up For Round #3


Source: AJB Motorsports Marketing
Date: May 24, 2006

Spokane, Washington - The Inland Northwest Super Stock Association (INSSA) prepares for the third race of the season this Saturday night at the Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho. The Physical Therapy Associates 100 benefiting the Morning Star Boys Ranch will have an increased purse provided to the field of cars.

This is the first event of the year in which the primary sponsor of the INSSA event will be teaming up with a charitable organization within the community. Physical Therapy Associates, operated by racer Jeff Fenton, will be sponsoring their first ever event and are looking forward to working alongside the Morning Star Boys Ranch. “This is a big weekend for our company as we will be utilizing the hospitality area to host an event for the Morning Star Boys Ranch as well as our employees here at Physical Therapy Associates. We are confident that this event will be a success on several levels and the INSSA series can help promote a terrific group of people,” commented Fenton.

In honor of the Memorial Day weekend, the Idaho Army National Guard will also be on hand distributing American flags to the first 500 kids age 12 and under. There will also be a ceremony during intermission where new Guardsmen will be sworn in. “It is an honor to participate in such an event that brings honor to the men and women of the Armed Forces, and especially those soldiers of the Idaho Army National Guard who have recently returned from the war in Iraq. The community has shown immense support to the soldiers returning home. As a token of our appreciation, the Idaho Army National Guard will be giving the first 500 kids through the gate an American flag. Additionally, we will be performing a mass swear-in of new Army National Guard members and participating in the flag ceremony that opens the evening’s race. SPC Jonathon Pemp, a Purple Heart recipient from Charlie Company 116th Engineer Battalion in Post Falls, will be the honorary flagman. It will be a fitting place and opportune time to show respect to the soldiers and community that has given so much,” said First Sergeant Michael Kish.

Points leader, Dan Garber, and the rest of the INSSA field are set to do battle this Saturday night. Qualifying begins at 6 p.m. with racing at 7:30. For more information about the Inland Northwest Super Stock Association visit or contact AJB Motorsports Marketing @ 800.336.2682.

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