New Ecommerce Website for Jim Howe Motorsports Team Apparel
Jim Howe Motorsports (Columbus, IN) and North Madison Graphics (Alexandria, IN) announce the release of a new ecommerce website for the team with a variety of team-badged apparel available to the general public.
The new website is located at the following link and features T-shirts, polo shirts, sweatshirts, “hoodie” jackets, and hats adorned with the team logo and “Bran Fan 62” to mark the 2014 season with new driver Bransten Peavler (Alexandria, IN) in the team’s #62 Birel kart.
Race fans can access the website and use a credit or bank card to order the merchandise directly from North Madison Graphics, who is producing the apparel under direct license of the team. Apparel is available in a variety of sizes, including kids and adult sizes.
“We’ve wanted to do something like this for our fans for quite a while,” team owner Jim Howe noted, “but never could find the right vendor and the right situation. With North Madison Graphics, however, we’ve got the products we want and the ability to sell direct via the internet. And their quality and workmanship is the top of the line.”
“We are very excited here at North Madison Graphics to have the opportunity to collaborate on this racing apparel project with Jim Howe Motorsports,” company president Brian Burnett added, “and we believe it will be a great race season. We look forward to working with the Jim Howe Motorsports crew and fans on providing the best race apparel possible.”
In addition to the internet sales, merchandise will also be available at events where the team competes. Currently, JHM plans to run the full Southern Indiana Racing Association schedule of street races in 2014 as well as selected races in the Tony Stewart Racing Series at the historic Whiteland (IN) RacewayPark road course. Peavler will pilot the team’s #62 Birel with Yamaha engines from Brian Seward and his BBS Race Engine Development shop.
Jim Howe Motorsports was founded in 2000 and serves to bring kids with little or no experience into motorsports and prepare them for advancement in the sport. Jim Howe, 54, is a 35-year-plus veteran of racing in a wide variety of capacities. More information about Howe and the team can be found on the team’s Facebook page.
Burnett founded North Madison Graphics in 2012 to provide quality customization of all kinds of apparel and signage to the local market. The company creates high-quality vinyl letters and signs along with T-shirts, uniforms, spirit wear, and embroidery. NMG is found on the Internet at www.northmadisongraphics.com or via phone at 765-610-1305.