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Web-to-Print GreetingExpress.com returns to sponsor NASCAR driver

Monday, March 28, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

GreetingExpress.com returns to sponsor Jennifer Jo Cobb for the Royal Purple 300 this Saturday at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The custom web-to-print company has the lowest prices and the highest quality standards in the industry, and assure their customers that turn-around time concerns are a thing of the past. The "We Push the Envelope" mentality that founded GreetingExpress.com brings creative innovation to the product line, as well as the company's position in the market place. Coming back to NASCAR for the 2011 season reflects the fast-paced push GreetingExpress.com aims to bring to its customers.

“We are so blessed with the drivers RWR has provided for us over the past two years. Bobby Hamilton Jr. and Carl Long are great ambassadors for our brand and now with Jennifer Jo Cobb, it’s great to have a strong, passionate woman to market with as well,” stated Kate Sessoms of Greeting Express.

GreetingExpress.com, a custom web-to-print company offering everything from business cards to high-end photo books based in Durham, NC, is proud to announce the next chapter in its relationship with Rick Ware Racing as a primary sponsor. The multi-race deal kicked off in Bristol, TN last weekend with GreetingExpress.com #41 Nationwide Ford Mustang driven by Carl Long, Cobb will now pilot the entry. To be able to join a woman-owned business with a female driver is a powerful statement, but the mentality goes beyond gender. "For us, it's about passion, " said Kate Sessoms, President of Greeting Express, "passion for our business, Rick Ware Racing's passion for the sport, and Jennifer's passion to race. The decision was easy."

“I am so happy to drive the #41 GreetingExpress.com Ford for Rick Ware Racing. The organization and Greeting Express value commitment, service, and quality, all the things customers and NASCAR fans are looking for today!” stated Cobb.

GreetingExpress.com decided to return for the 2011 season because of the positive feelings surrounding their NASCAR debut, and the treatment they received as a sponsor with Rick Ware Racing. Founding President of Greeting Express, Inc. Kate Sessoms said, “bringing back our sponsorship for the 2011 race season is an opportune time for us as we recently live launched our custom design studio and going full web to print. We are confident in not only the abilities of Rick Ware Racing from a sponsor point of view, but also appreciate how their close knit family mentality fits in with our own”.

“We are really excited that Greeting Express joined us with Jennifer,” stated Rick Ware. “Our organization has been getting stronger each year and with Greeting Express coming aboard, we know we can drive their message to the front with Jennifer.”

Greeting Express.com is thrilled for this next chapter with “the biggest little team in motor sports”, and is hopeful to build a lasting relationship with the dedicated team.

Be sure to visit http://www.greetingexpress.com for Jennifer Jo Cobb Hero Cards and all your other printing needs; 50% of all of the proceeds from the Jennifer Jo Cobb Hero cards purchased at greetingexpress.com will go directly to a fund for the families of Stephan Masch and Dean Shaut. Find the company on Facebook and twitter @GreetingExpress, and follow all of the exciting new features coming soon on and off the track!

 

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