RISING CITY, Neb. – While making plans for another wrapping trip, Damon Richards put final touches on the Demon Decals award program for 2021.
The second year-sponsor from Rising City, Neb., gives $100 gift certificates to each state champion crowned this season in IMCA’s Central Region states Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma.
Those certificates will be presented to IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Late Model, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod, Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod, Mach-1 Sport Compact and now IMCA STARS Mod Lite state champions during the national awards banquet this fall or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.
“This program has been a pretty cool deal for us,” said Richards, a former Nebraska state Hobby Stock champion planning to get back on track in a Stock Car this season. “We like being able to interact with more drivers and this has been a great way to meet more state champions.”
The son of Charger Chassis owners Jamie and Shelly Richards, he has already traveled from the Upper Midwest to Texas, making wrapping stops in Kansas and Missouri along the way.
“It’s fun to show up at their garage to do the wrap. We get to meet more drivers face to face that way,” said Richards, accompanied by IMCA drivers Jeff Ware and Austin Brauner on those trips.
In addition to making 250-plus wraps, decals and T-shirts for circle track competitors every year, Demon Decals does signage and logo design, banners, graphics, lettering and wraps for commercial, recreational and personal applications.
More information is available by calling Richards at 402 367-8464, at the demondecals.com website and on Facebook.
“We’ve known Damon for a long time, but only last season officially partnered with Demon Decals. The regional support for drivers throughout the Central Region, regardless of division, and his personal touch with the racers makes for a program we can count on well into the future,” said IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder.