Sunday, July 29, 2007

Gentlemen, start your engines: Scottish Rite goes back to the NASCAR track

Scottish Rite's NASCAR fascination continues. Beginning August 11, you can watch the SR's new #95 car, driven by Blake Feese, go round and round the track in ARCA/Re-Max races on the Speed Channel and ESPN2.

Now sponsored jointing by the Scottish Rite and PocketExpress (mobile wireless software), Feese is a two-time winner on the ARCA circuit.

Holding this program together is DSH Racing Enterprises, consisting of Joe Hill, Mark Davidson, and Ronnie Smith in association with Sadler Racing.

Here's the schedule:
  • ARCA 200, Nashville Speedway, ARCA, August 11 – 2:30PM, Speed Channel
  • ARCA 150, Gateway International – St. Louis, ARCA, August 31 – 8:00PM, Speed Channel
  • Hantz Group 200, Chicagoland, ARCA, September 8 - TBA, Speed Channel
  • Dover 200, Dover, Busch Grand National, September 22 – 3:00PM, ESPN 2
  • Sam’s Town 250, Memphis, Busch Grand National, October 27 – 3:00PM, ESPN 2
  • O’Rielly Challenge, Texas Motor Speedway, Busch Grand National, Nov. 3 – 3:00 PM ESPN 2
  • Ford 300, Homestead FL, Busch Grand National, November 17 – 4:00PM, ESPN 2
Maybe this time the Scottish Rite can pull this off. They've got the marketing angle covered. You can buy nifty Scottish Rite NASCAR stuff at the Scottish Rite Racing Store. Polo shirts, dress shirts, t-shirts, hats and coffee mugs are available, but no beer koozies.

Zoom, zoom.

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  1. #95?!

    Is this really a Memphis Mizraim car? C'mon, fess up.

  2. Couldn't be.

    Memphis-Mizraim has class.

  3. pardon my French, but this is a god damn shame.

    Wasn't it good enough to leave it lie the first time around?

  4. The SR only wants membership $$$$$$$$ nothing more nothing less.
    Its all about keeping HOTT open.

    They have been systematically destroying GL's for years now so they can become Freemasonry.


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