Source: The Oakland Valley Speedway, located in Cudderbackville, New York, host to micro dirt track oval, partnered with Extreme Energy Solutions to offer H2O Energy Flow Bottled Water via their concession stand to race fans, drivers, and pit crew.
The second week in April is the traditional kick off and opening day for most dirt tracks in the Northeast that offer racers a venue to put their machines and might to the test. This includes none other than one of the most popular micro tracks in the region, the Oakland Valley Speedway.
Oakland Valley Speedway, operated by David Allen and his family, the Owner of the track, decided to make another improvement to the track’s offering at the beginning of the 2016 race season. In another move to improve the tracks already gleaming reputation, he decided to bolster the offerings at the concession stands to healthier choices for attendees.
Recently, Oakland Valley Speedway had signed up to offer H2O Energy Flow, structured bottle water, which is a product out of Wisconsin, however is partnered with Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., Ogdensburg, New Jersey, to help build distribution of the product on the east coast.
“I had an opportunity to try the product at the Annual OCFS Middletown Motorsports Show,” said David Allen, Owner/Operator of the Oakland Valley Speedway, “They offered free samples to attendees of the event and to my surprise, I really enjoyed the product sample.”
“After trying the product, I became very interested in offering the product to my race track’s audience. I saw that the Company, H2O Energy Flow, was serious about supporting individuals and teams within the racing community, and so it only made sense to give the product a try.”
H2O Energy Flow and Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc. are proud sponsors of the #H2O Energy Flow Dirt Sportsman Modified Race Car and Driver Jimmy Devitt; an Orange County Fair Speedway, Middletown New York Regular in the Rookie Sportsman Division. H2O and Extreme are partnered with Tommy Vigh Jr., driver of the #92 Extreme Kleaner/Extreme Energy Solutions Dirt Sportsman Modified Race Car, as an associate sponsor to his ride.
“We appreciate the opportunity David Allen and the Oakland Valley Speedway has provided for us in introducing the H2O product to their fan base,” added Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, the regional distributor partner of the H2O Energy Flow bottled water.
“We enjoy the racing community, for they understand new product development and a work in progress.”
“Racing is just as important to our marketing efforts as it is to our research and development of our current and up and coming product lines. It reminds us how to stay competitive, furthering our vision for the next innovation to include into our Company’s product offerings. The racing community understands the concept of a work in progress, and is a perfect place for getting a feel for how consumers will respond to our new products and services,” continued Burlum.
H2O is new to the racing community; however its distribution partner is not. Extreme Energy Solutions and its CEO has been a part of racing since even before the Company even existed.
“I have a great respect for what David Allen is doing here in Cudderbackville.”
The Oakland Valley Speedway is home to the Tobias Slingshot Division, go-carts, and other light duty race cars, driven by minors and juniors. The Track is known as the regional “development track,” as many of the youngsters from this track move onto racing in larger vehicles at neighboring tracks such as the Orange County Fair Speedway and Accord Speedway.
Children with an interest in racing as young as three and four years old, can begin to get experience behind the wheel in very light contest, fully supervised by adults, track officials, and safety crew.
“This track provides a platform for youngsters whom have a passion for racing to see if this type of sport is within their wheelhouse,” furthered Allen.
“We strive to provide the most positive experience and environment for children to young adults to pursue their passions, and encourage them to not give up on their dreams,”
“In addition to that, anything we can do to improve conditions at the track that are in line with those principles we are willing to give it a try,” concluded Allen.
Races at Oakland Valley Speedway commence on Saturday afternoons into early evening, with the gates usually open at 1pm.
For more information about H2O Energy Flow visit www.H2OEnergyFlow.com
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