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Mutoh teams up with Rusty Wallace Racing

Thursday, July 08, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, AZ - Officials of Rusty Wallace Racing (RWR) and Mutoh America-a manufacturer of wide format printers- announced today a partnership in which Mutoh will serve as an associate sponsor of RWR in the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide Series.

As part of that agreement, the RWR facility currently houses Mutoh's ValueJet 1614 Printer-"The Wrappers Choice"-the Mutoh SC PRO Cutter and a Royal Sovereign Laminator.

Noted RWR team owner, Rusty Wallace, "With the 2010 race season in full swing, Mutoh's ValueJet has played a big role in preparing graphics for our No. 66 and No. 62 teams.  Our team has a lot of momentum right now and we're hoping that 2010 will be a record breaking year for our team.  We're proud to be using Mutoh's ValueJet 1614 printer and SC PRO Cutter to produce graphics for our race cars."

With 55 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wins under his belt, Wallace knows first-hand what it takes to be successful on the racetrack. As owner of RWR, he has put this knowledge to work even further.  "Ensuring that our sponsors' logos look their best is extremely important to us," said Wallace. "We know and trust Mutoh.  With the prints produced by the ValueJet 1614, the colors and logos on cars really pop."

"Rusty first approached me after seeing our printer in West Coast Customs booth at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas last year.  He was looking for a solution to wrap his race cars fast, without failure and they needed to look great.  After visiting Mutoh America Headquarters he chose our most popular printer for producing wraps, the ValueJet 1614.  This is going to be a great relationship and we look forward to working with Rusty and his team for many years ahead," said Brian Phipps, Mutoh's General Manager.




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