Spokane, Washington - AJB Racing and driver Tony Berry are proud to announce the Idaho Army National Guard as the primary sponsor on the #53 Inland Northwest Super Stock Association (INSSA) Late Model car. The National Guard Monte Carlo will be making its debut this Saturday April 29th at Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho.
        The National Guard logo will be proudly displayed on the hood and quarter panels and will be an exciting marketing tool of the Idaho recruiting team. “We are all very excited about having the Idaho Army National Guard on board this season,” commented Berry. “This is the first full season for us in the Late Model car and to have an entity as well-respected as the Guard on the hood is a tremendous honor.”
        Also appearing on the AJB Racing Chevrolet will be Race Car Supply in Rochester, Washington, Sign Service of Hayden, Idaho, the Speed Sport Report radio show on 790 AM the FAN, and Windermere Real Estate professional Don Wilbur. “We’ve assembled a terrific team of marketing partners for this season and we are confident that we will represent them well both on and off the track,” said Berry.
            Berry was the 2005 Inland Northwest Sprint Car Association “Rookie of the Year”, capturing two wins and third in the season point standings. Making the transition to a full-bodied stock car in 2006, Berry will also be driving a winged sprint car for newly formed BB Motorsports, as well as making several starts in the Villelli Racing WMRA midget style racecar. In January, Berry drove the Villelli Racing midget to their first 2006 victory at the inaugural Oregon State Fairground Indoor dirt race. “This summer is shaping up to be a lot of fun. We have the opportunity to work with several first class operations and drive some different types of racecars.”


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