Save Our Race Cars: Your Letters Are Making A Difference!
Last week, the bipartisan Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports (RPM) Act was reintroduced in the U.S. Senate. Why? Because the racing community has stepped up and made their voices heard in an unprecedented way.
So far this year, the racing community has come together and written over 1.5 million letters to Congress, and lawmakers are paying attention. Every letter and phone call matters, and we must continue to remind lawmakers that we are in this fight for as long as it takes.
There have already been several well-known motorsports businesses that have joined forces with PRI and committed to raising awareness and support for passing the RPM Act. The following are some of the outstanding companies partnering with PRI to keep the momentum going:
- Titan Motorsports – Orlando, FL
- Edelbrock Group – Olive Branch, MS
- Callies Performance – Fostoria, OH
- JEGS Performance – Delaware, OH
- Summit Racing – Tallmadge, OH
- Turn 14 Distribution – Horsham, PA
- Enjuku Racing – Clermont, FL
We encourage all motorsports businesses to join the effort. You or your company—or both—can also do several things to make your voice heard and join the community to move the RPM Act ahead.
Here is a list of five things you can do right now to help the cause:
- Send a personal letter to your lawmakers at: saveourracecars.com.
- Sign a letter to your lawmakers on company letterhead. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a template and for more information.
- Post about the RPM Act on your company’s social media accounts using the toolkit of digital assets.
- Include an RPM Act brochure in boxes shipped to your customers. Contact email@example.com for more information.
- Become a member of PRI and learn more about PRI PAC at performanceracing.com/membership.
The racing community must continue to unite and do everything we can to Save Our Race Cars!
To find out more about the details of the bill and the lawmakers who are sponsoring it, visit the latest article, Senators Introduce RPM Act Into U.S. Senate.