REALTY NEW SPONSOR FOR
2016 NASCAR WHELEN TOUR RACE AT SEEKONK SPEEDWAY
Speedway is proud to announce a primary sponsor for
the 2016 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour 150, slated for
The AnytimeRealty.com 150.
Anytime Realty, owned by Don Parsons, will sponsor
the 150 lap feature that will showcase top modified
talent from across New England as the drivers chase
the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship. Names
like Doug Coby and Justin Bonsignore will battle it
out side-by-side for the chance to call themselves a
winner at the 'Cement Palace’.
"My goal is to become the racers choice when the
drivers think about real estate and the Whelen Tour
is the big stage," Parsons said. "The racing
community is a very diehard group and I feel like my
company can be the top choice for all of the racers.
This was the right time for me, putting a Whelen
Tour race with my company helps improve us as a
business and the track.”
Anytime Realty was started by Parsons in May of
2014. The company covers the Massachusetts, Rhode
Island and Connecticut region and services their
customers using more than ten agents.
Sept. race falls in the middle of an intense stretch
for the tour. It includes a stop at Oswego Speedway
(Sept. 3), then Seekonk, before the tour hits the
1.5 mile New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sept. 24.
They will then conclude the season with stops at
Stafford Motor Speedway (Oct. 2) and Thompson
Speedway Motorsports Park (Oct. 16), where the
champion will be crowned.
The most recent tour appearance at Seekonk was 2005,
when Eric Beers drove "Ole Blue" into Everett's Auto
Parts victory lane, beating out John Blewett III
while leading 80% of the laps.
Other past Seekonk winners include Chuck Hossfeld,
who scored the victory in 2004, while Ed Flemke Jr.
took the checkered flag in 2002. Chris Kopec (2001)
, Jerry Marquis (2000) and Reggie Ruggiero, who won
the inaugural event in 1987, also have taken the
checkered flag at the Action Track of the East.
"We are excited to partner with a first class
company like Anytime Realty as a sponsor for this
marquee event," Ed St. Germain, Director of Business
Development for Seekonk Speedway said. "We look
forward to a great longterm relationship with a firm
that is committed to short track racing and its
On Saturday Sept. 10, the NASCAR Whelen Modified
Tour will be joined by the Seekonk Speedway NASCAR
Whelen All-American Series Division II Late Models,
Division III Street Stocks and Division IV Sports
Trucks. The Division I Pro Stocks, who normally race
weekly at the famed oval, will take the night off.
For more information on Seekonk Speedway, fans can
Ed St Germain / Seekonk Speedway
March 8, 2016