BATAVIA, OH (February 2, 2017) – Bad Boy Mowers is pleased to announce that it will continue an extensive partnership with Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, signaling a commitment by the rapidly growing empire to a passion shared by millions of fans across the country.
Bad Boy Mowers will be known as the “Official Mower of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series” throughout 2018. “Bad Boy Country looks bigger and brighter than ever before – we’re excited to continue our partnership with the premier dirt late model sanction in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series,” said Lennie Foree, Director of Marketing at Bad Boy Mowers. “With a record-breaking 55 events across 22 states, we’re thrilled to continue to put the Bad Boy brand in front of these passionate fans.”
With their state-of-the-art manufacturing muscle and ever-growing workforce, located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains, Bad Boy Mowers is the classic American manufacturing and the classic American success story that lives on – and is stronger than ever. Bad Boy Mowers continues to buck the industry by building the strongest, most powerful mowers – for the best value – packed with innovation not found on any other mower in their class. The end result has made them the fastest growing mower company in the world. Bad Boy Mowers is located at 102 Industrial Drive, Batesville, AR 72501. To learn more about Bad Boy Mowers visit: www.badboymowers.com.
Bad Boy Mowers will continue their support of the TV Points Challenge. The driver that accumulates the most points, within televised events on the series schedule, will be crowned the Bad Boy Mowers TV Points Champion, which boasts a $10,000 cash award at the series year-end awards banquet. Drivers that finish second and third in the Bad Boy Mowers TV Points Challenge will also receive a cash award at the year-end awards banquet.
In addition to their sponsorship of the TV Race Challenge, Bad Boy Mowers will once again offer the popular Fan Appreciation Contest, giving fans an opportunity to win a brand-new Bad Boy Mower. Fans can register for the contest at the Bad Boy Mowers display tent in the vendor midway or at: www.badboymowers.com/lolmds. The grand prize winner will be announced at the Dirt Track World Championship in Portsmouth, OH.
2017 Bad Boy Mowers TV Challenge Events:
February 10th – Super Bowl of Racing – Golden Isles Speedway – $10,000
February 11th – Super Bowl of Racing – Golden Isles Speedway – $12,000
February 13th – 41st Annual Winternationals – East Bay Raceway Park – $5,000
February 14th – 41st Annual Winternationals – East Bay Raceway Park – $5,000
February 15th – 41st Annual Winternationals – East Bay Raceway Park – $7,000
February 16th – 41st Annual Winternationals – East Bay Raceway Park – $7,000
February 17th – 41st Annual Winternationals – East Bay Raceway Park – $10,000
February 18th – 41st Annual Winternationals – East Bay Raceway Park – $12,000
February 19th – Winter Nationals – Bubba Raceway Park – $10,000
March 17th – Buckeye Spring 50 – Atomic Speedway – $10,000
April 28th – Budweiser 50 – Tri-City Speedway – $10,000
May 25th – 4th Annual Cowboy Classic – Lucas Oil Speedway – $6,000
May 26th – Tribute to Don and Billie Gibson – Lucas Oil Speedway – $6,000
May 27th – 25th Annual Show-Me 100 – Lucas Oil Speedway – $30,000
June 17th – Clash at the Mag – Magnolia Motor Speedway – $20,000
July 14th – NAPA Know How 50 – Tri-City Speedway – $10,000
July 15th – 11th Annual Diamond Nationals – Lucas Oil Speedway – $12,000
August 19th – COMP Cams Topless 100 – Batesville Motor Speedway – $40,000
September 16th – 14th Annual Late Model Nationals – Knoxville Raceway – $40,000
October 7th – 29th Annual Pittsburgher 100 – Pittsburgh’s PA Motor Speedway – $20,000
**Subject to Change**