The Chrome Horn News


44 / Affordable Chrome Relocates

    After 25 years operating in the shadows of Riverside Park (now known as Six Flags New England) and the Riverside Park Speedway, 44 / Affordable Chrome has relocated to the Garden Street Industrial Park, 275 Garden St., Feeding Hills, MA 01030. Less than 3 miles from the old 1688 Main St. Agawam shop, this 5,000 sq. ft. facility offers plenty of room to expand the metal plating business along with hopefully a revived Motor Sports Program, that has been dormant for the past 5 years due to lack of adequate available funding.
    When reached at his 300 sq. ft. office in the new complex, Team Principal Mario Fiore had this to say about the “Big Move”. “We really hope to refire our 44 Racing operations and this new set up will definitely give us plenty of area to operate both the race cars and the metal plating service, furthermore I am sure that one would compliment the other”. “Our Marketing Dept. is currently negotiating with a couple of prospective regional corporate sponsors in hopes of putting together a Motor Sports Program that would compete on the True Value Series. Because they race only here in New England, it is our belief that we could accomplice this with a less than a six figure budget. If it comes together than we will look for a hungry up and coming driver and get #44 back on track.”
    Well the search goes on for adequate sponsorship, but if suitable funding can not be acquired, it will still be business as usual at 44 / Affordable Chrome now located at 275 Garden St., Feeding Hills MA 01030


Source  Team 44/Affordable Chrome PR
Posted:  March 2, 2007

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