- Megan Reitenour Racing LLC 2008 Hospitality and Sponsorship Appreciation Party
- Megan is invited as a guest speaker at local boy scout event.
- Reitenour wins Super Cup Stock Car Inaugural Event.
- Reitenour models for the 27th annual CARA charities fashion show
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Comp-Cal was founded by Brian Wittkamp in 2003. Brian has more than eight years experience in graphic design and automotive custom artwork. Comp-Cal is racer owned and operated, so that means they know what a race car is supposed to look like to attract potential sponsors and fans. That is why their goal is to design a graphics/lettering package that best suits your budget as well as look professional.
In 1998 Wittkamp and his family moved to North Carolina to utilize their skills in NASCAR's top level of competition, Winston Cup now known as NEXTEL CUP. Wittkamp's father is currently one of Evernham Motorsports top fabricators and Wittkamp himself works full time for 3-Time Cup Champion Joe Gibbs Racing. Although he works full time for JGR, he uses his personal time to run and operate Comp-Cal Competition Decals. Wittkamp started Comp-Cal with the idea to supply the local racing community with professional graphic design services and attention to detail unlike local sign shops. His intention is not to be like your local sign shop and just give you the basics. Wittkamp's goal is to provide the racer with the professional services they should receive. To find out the long list of products and services Comp-Cal offers, go to www.brianw.shoppingcartsplus.com
- Megan Reitenour Racing LLC had their third annual hospitality and sponsorship appreciation party. The evening began with a meet and greet and horsd'oeuvres/dinner followed by a presentation and season review given by Bill Reitenour. The review included Megan's progression and accomplishments in 2007 season and her projected path and goals ahead of her for the 2008 season.
Megan was then given the opportunity to address the several sponsors, guests and family members that were on hand. She expressed her words of appreciation for all their encouragement and support over the years. Megan said, "It has been an unbelievable journey towards living my dreams of being a professional race car driver and I'm thankful to everyone that has helped me."
- Megan was the guest speaker for the Cub Scouts Troup 3705 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The troop was brought outside to greet Megan.
A review of her racing history and accomplishments were reviewed. Megan signed several autographs and gave everyone the opportunity to ask any questions they might have for her. In closing the NASCAR Images show called Fast Girls that Megan appears in was played for everyone to enjoy.
- Megan Reitenour, being her first race as a development driver for Nesbitt Racing Enterprises, won the Ice Breaker 350 at Tri County Speedway in Hudson, NC, on March 8, 2008.
Megan qualified in the seventh position of a fourteen car field and wasted no time working her way towards the front. On lap 23 she was involved in a collision causing her to restart towards the back of field. Megan strategically worked her way back through the field and gained the lead on lap 97. She went on to claim the victory in the inaugural Super Cap Stock Car Series (SCSCS) event.
Megan thanked the sponsor's of her race, Purple, Hampton Inn (Morganton, NC), McCallister Precision Marketing Team, her car owner, Martin Nesbitt and her race team for working so hard and providing her with a great race car. Megan said, "This was a great start to hopefully a successful season ahead of us."
- Super Cup Stock Car/ARCA Lincoln Welder racecar driver, Megan Reitenour models for CARA Charities Fashion Show. The 27th annual CARA Charities Fashion Show and luncheon was held on Thursday, May 22, 2008 at the downtown Marriott Hotel in Indianapolis, IN. This event generally has 1,000+ in attendance and is one of the premier events that surrounds the Indianapolis 500 and the 500/Festival.
Reitenour was invited by Lyn St. James to appear as one of the Women in the Winner's Circle representative drivers and will be featured in the show. Other special honorees will include Helio Castroneves, Janet Guthrie, Lyn St. James, and Cody Unser. This year's show will also partner with Riley Hospital for Children by supporting the Riley mission of improving the health and well-being of children. CARA focuses on helping children, hospitals, scholarship funds and ministries as well as charitable foundations assisting children.
The spectacular show started with a social hour, followed by a luncheon, and concluding with a fashion show. Past events have raised more the $70,000 for local and national charities. This assistance provided by the support of sponsors, teams, drivers, members and race fans, CARA has donated more than $4 million dollars since their founding more than a quarter of a century ago.
Reitenour said, "It will be a pleasure to get to participate in the CARA Charities event. I've worked with the Cincy Cured Foundation, a foundation that helps raise funding for children suffering with eosinophilic disease for the last three years. I 'm thrilled to get the opportunity to be involved with another great charity that helps raise funding for children who really need it."
To donate or get more information on CARA Charities or the Cincy Cured Foundation, you can go to the following websites,
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