Curve Industries has introduced its “Support The Racer”
program, developed to help the extreme powersports competitor create an image
for themselves through their own personal brand of clothing.
Many Curve Industries employees have or still compete in
extreme powersports events so the company understands what it takes to achieve
success in the world of racing. Whether you’re staying up late tuning your
machine, getting in that last work out or closing the deal on that big
sponsorship, this program will help you live your dream of competing.
Follow the simple steps below to begin promoting your team
and earning money at the same time.
1. Log on Curve Customs’ (www.customs.curveindustries.com)
site where you will have the opportunity to design a full line of apparel for
yourself or even your entire team. With Curve’s easy to use online design
studio, you will create your signature clothing line with your logo, sponsor
logos and clip art the company has provided. You may also upload your own
artwork as needed.
2. After you sign up, we will design you a business card to
hand out to your fans at the races. On the card is an address that will direct
them straight to your own personalized products page, showcasing your custom
apparel. There is no limit as to how many styles and apparel options you may
have on your signature apparel page. Just keep designing and we will continue
posting the apparel; adding to your collection.
3. When a fan or customer purchases your custom apparel, you
will receive 20 percent of the profit (roughly $4 per shirt with our pricing),
you will also receive 20 percent off all apparel for yourself or your team.
For extra incentive, every week we will place those who
purchased a support the racer program shirt in a drawing for a chance to win a
free Curve Industries shirt. We want you to be creative and design something
that shows your passion for racing and most importantly, something that
represents who you are.
Questions? Call (315) 841-8730. Or check out
customs.curveindustries.com and play around with the design studio.