Huntersville, N.C. (August 4, 2017) – BK Racing is excited to announce that Northwestern Technological Institute will be on board the No. 83 Toyota Camry of Brett Moffitt for Sunday’s Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Raceway. Northwestern Tech is The HVAC School in Michigan, and has been since 1979.
“Being a hands-on HVAC Trade School our students and instructors are mechanically inclined and therefore tend to be fans of auto sports – especially NASCAR. So when the opportunity to sponsor the No. 83 presented itself we knew it was a natural fit for our school, and an impactful way to further connect with the HVAC community in Michigan”, said Robert Cahill, Northwestern Tech Communications Director. “We’re thrilled to partner with BK Racing and hopeful Brett can make some more magic happen at MIS come Sunday.”
“I’m very thankful to Northwestern Tech for coming on board my No. 83 Toyota for Michigan,” said Moffitt. “MIS is one of my favorite tracks to visit. Last year I went to victory lane in the Truck Series race at Michigan, so I’m feeling confident that I’ll give the Northwestern Tech Toyota a solid finish.”
“It is always exciting to be able to welcome a new sponsor to racing,” said Doug Fritz, BK Racing Chief Marketing Officer. “Everyone at Northwestern Tech has been amazing to work with, and it’s great to see another Michigan-based sponsor supporting a race team at MIS.”
About Northwestern Technological Institute
Northwestern Technological Institute is a Skilled Trade School in Southfield, Michigan founded in 1979. At Northwestern Tech we’re proud to be teaching the in-demand Heating and Cooling Trade, and we’re honored to be known as the HVAC School in Metro Detroit. Guided by field-experienced instructors, our 10½ month HVAC program uses a hands-on method for teaching that’s been perfected for 38 years, and proven with thousands of successful graduates. Northwestern Tech is The HVAC School That Works! To learn more, visit northwesterntech.edu or connect with us on Facebook.