Amsoil Championship Snocross Trumpets Return Of Its Official Armed Forces

Sponsor: United States Air Force

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Minneapolis - Amsoil Championship Snocross, powered by Ram, in conjunction with the International Series of Champions (ISOC), has announced the return of its longtime sponsor, the United States Air Force, as the 2014-2015 competition season's official Armed Forces sponsor.

Beginning with the Amsoil DOMINATOR race at the Nov. 28 season-opener in Duluth, MN, and running seven more weekends throughout the winter months before culminating in March at Wisconsin's famed Grand Geneva Resort, the U.S. Air Force will again engage snocross fans at each and every tour stop with hands-on activation generated to highlight the connection between the sport of snocross and Air Force's platform of science, technology and engineering.

"You'd be hard-pressed to find a better sponsor/race series relationship than what Amsoil Championship Snocross enjoys with the United States Air Force," said Carl Schubitzke, president and race director of Amsoil Championship Snocross. "The vast majority of our fan base is hands-on in the sport of snowmobiling, the kind of people you'd like to show up if your car was broken down on the side of the highway, mechanically and technically-inclined and ready to help out at the drop of a hat.

"The AMSOIL Championship Snocross audience is exactly what the United States Air Force is looking to inspire."

With promotional efforts that embrace the competition end of Amsoil Championship Snocross through its relationship with the Scheuring Speed Sports team, the U.S. Air Force looks to Amsoil Championship Snocross to promote the Service's core values and educate the series' fan base on career opportunities for men and women, ages 17-39.

With active duty Airmen manning their booth on Amsoil Championship Snocross' manufacturer's midway, along with mixing with the fans out enjoying the racing action in the elements, the U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service has found success in inspiring, engaging and recruiting future Airmen at ISOC events. With more than 130 career specialties serviced by exceptional technical schools and training programs, the Air Force has found a great deal in common with snocross.

"Like snocross, the Air Force uses teamwork, precision, technology and speed to accomplish its mission," said Capt. Jacob Chisolm, AFRS National Events Branch chief. "We are looking forward to another exciting snocross season and having the opportunity to talk with competitors, teams and fans about the Air Force and available career opportunities."

Round / Date


City / State

1 - Nov. 28-30


Duluth, Minnesota

2 - Dec. 12-13


Fargo, North Dakota

3 - Jan. 9-10


Shakopee, Minnesota

4 - Jan. 30-31


Deadwood, South Dakota

5 - Feb. 6-7


Salamanca, New York

6 - Feb. 20-21


Chicago, Illinois

7 - Feb. 27-28


Mt. Pleasant, Michigan

8 - March 13-15


Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Beginning with Amsoil Championship Snocross' season-opening round in Duluth, MN, and running through the season finale in Lake Geneva, WI, CBS Sports Network will air 16 half-hour programs of the ACS races.

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