Management of the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series is proud to announce that Sign Pro will join the series for the 2023 season as a primary marketing partner.
As part of their partnership with the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series, the Connecticut-based company will serve as the official sponsor for victory lane for all series events. Post-race celebrations for all Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series events will now take place in Sign Pro Victory Lane.
Sign Pro founder and owner Peter Rappoccio is a longtime supporter of Modified racing and Northeast motorsports.
“I appreciate well-organized business operations in racing that bring together race teams, corporate sponsors and tracks, and the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series brings all those groups together in a great way,” Rappoccio said. “I am about the passion of the sport, respect of hard work and dedication. The ownership and management of the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series has worked hard to develop a great series for fans, racers and tracks and partnering with them is truly rewarding for Sign Pro.”
The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series kicks off its six-event 2023 season on May 28 at Thunder Road International Speedbowl in Barre, VT.
“We are thrilled to welcome Sign Pro as a partner,” said Renee Dupuis, Director of Series Development for the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series. “As we move forward in continuing to enhance all aspects of the series, it’s gratifying to be able to partner with an industry-leading business with leadership that has such a love and passion for Modified racing. We look forward to working with Pete and the awesome staff at Sign Pro.”
Sign Pro was founded in 1990 as a sign shop serving small businesses in Central, CT. Over the years the business has grown into a nationally recognized leader in signage manufacturing and installation, working with some of the most recognizable brands across the spectrum of business and industry.
The Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series celebrates its 10th season in 2023. The series will also host events at Seekonk Speedway in Seekonk, Mass. (June 28), Star Speedway in Epping, N.H. (July 22), the New London-Waterford Speedbowl (Aug. 12, Oct. 21) and Stafford Speedway (Sept. 23).