PORT ROYAL, PA – Krill Recycling, LLC, out of Fenelton, Pa., has come on board as the presenting sponsor of the $5000 to win second feature event as part of the 15th annual Living Legends Dream Race at Port Royal Speedway on July 31.
Originally planned to be a solo $10,000 to win spectacular, the second $5000 to win feature event for the 410 Sprint Cars was added to the night as a thank you to the fans and drivers for their support following the rainout of the Pennsylvania Speedweek Greg Hodnett Classic earlier this month.
Krill Recycling is a scrap metal business in the Butler County and surrounding areas and they offer the best prices to customers for their metal recycling efforts. They’re dedicated to working with integrity and you can bring your scrap metal by today and return home with some extra cash to spend.
They recycle all types of old scrap metal including old appliances, water heaters and mostly anything made of some form of metal. They also offer tilt bed services to remove your old junk cars in and around Butler, Pa. and also offer Roll Off box services for all of your commercial and industrial needs.
For updated pricing, services and scheduling needs you can visit http://www.krillrecylcing.com or they can be reached at (724) 256-9044 Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm and Saturday from 8:00am- 1:00pm. They can also be found on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Krill-Recycling-LLC.
“Port Royal Speedway, their staff and officials have always treated us with respect and have always gone out of their way to make sure we’re treated like family every time we come there,” said Shaun Krill, owner of Krill Recycling. “When the opportunity came up to sponsor this event, with all they do for the drivers and fans, it was a no brainer decision and something I was more than happy to do.”
Krill has long been a supporter of dirt track racing in Western Pa and Ohio and serves as the primary sponsor on the No. 40 Sprint Car of Chicora, Pa native George Hobaugh Motorsports. Hobaugh will have his car on display behind the main grandstands pre-race and will be on hand to sign hero cards as well.
“I love the track, staff and fans at Port Royal Speedway and I look forward to every visit to the track when we can,” said Hobaugh, driver of the Krill Recycling No. 40. “We’re really looking forward to being part of a race like the Dream Race and representing Krill Recycling.”
Stay tuned to our website http://www.portroyalspeedway.com and our various social media outlets for updates and further information regarding the event.