TYLER, Texas – A company known for the quality of its products as well as its Texas hospitality is returning as a marketing partner with IMCA.Day Motor Sports will give $50 gift cards to a top five finisher at as many as 80 special events in 2014 and again in 2015. Those gift cards will be given at specials for all eight divisions sanctioned by IMCA.“As we look at it, this program is one way we can spread the wealth. We try to cater to drivers out there banging fenders every Friday and Saturday,” said Joe Francis, president of the Tyler, Texas high performance parts retailer and wholesaler. “We want to help everyone from the driver just getting started to the driver who’s been racing for years.” The company has had a single location since being founded by Bill Day in 1971. Purchased by Dan Hamilton in 2000 and by an ownership group in 2011, Day had previously been an IMCA sponsor and gave awards to Stock Car drivers as recently as 2005. “We are a very strong company with major backing. We wanted to get back into the IMCA fold again,” Francis emphasized. “We wanted to become more involved with IMCA, different tracks and the drivers. The racers are where it’s at.” Gift cards are mailed from the IMCA home office after official results of designated special events are received. One very special event on the Day Motor Sports calendar is the Sept. 1-6 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s. “We will have a booth on Manufacturers’ Row,” said Francis, a former drag racer. “This will be the first time I’ve been to Super Nationals and I’m really looking forward to it.” Information about products available from Day Motor Sports is available by calling 800 543-6238 and at the www.daymotorsports.com website.“”We’re really pleased to have renewed this relationship with Day Motor Sports,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “They’ve been a decade-long supporter of IMCA racing in the past and even the title sponsor of our Texas Sunday Series for a period of time, so we’re excited to be able to work with them again.”
First Published: 7th October, 2019 10:05 IST WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 7th October, 2019 10:05 IST WWE Hell In A Cell Results: Reigns And Bryan Defeat Harper And Rowan Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan took down Luke Harper and Eric Rowan in this week’s WWE Hell in a Cell. Here are the details of the Tornado Tag Team brawl. For WWE Hell in a Cell this week, Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan faced Luke Harper and Erick Rowan in a Tornado Tag match. Just as chaotic as an actual tornado, this Tag Team match was a sure-shot entertainer. A result of a long build-up, Reigns and Bryan took on their common enemies – Harper and Rowan. Right after Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch’s thrilling bout for the WWE Women’s Championship title, this brawl equally electrifying. Also read | WWE Hell In A Cell:Here Are The Top Moments From The Demonic StructureWWE Hell in a Cell: Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan defeated Luke Harper and Eric RowanReigns and Bryan established their dominance early in the game. Bryan took out Harper early with a Tope Suicida and Reigns quickly followed with a Superman Punch to Rowan. However, Harper and Reigns quickly reacted. Reigns was quickly taken out, after which Rowan and Harper showered Bryan with back-to-back attacks.After some time, The Big Dog appeared again and sent Harper down from the top rope with an uppercut. Rowan countered immediately and sent Reigns off the ring apron. Bryan also attempted a LaBell Lock, but Harper managed to break the hold. The heels continued their assault on Bryan until Rowan missed a charge and Bryan was left alone with Harper. On the floor, Reigns attempted to pin Rowan, but the latter pulled Reigns down to the floor. Rowan also pulled Bryan out while he was unloading kicks on Harper. Reigns wiped out Rowan after a Drive-By, but Harper took down Reigns with a Big Tope. The Bludgeon Brothers proceeded to rip the timekeeper’s position apart, after which they crushed Reigns with the barricade and sent him to the stands. SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By FOLLOW US Also read | WWE RAW: Charlotte Flair’s Toughest In-ring Competitors In The WWEBryan was at the brink of defeat, but the former WWE champion came back and caught Harper in headscissors. Reigns entered soon after, driving Rowan through the table with a spear. Harper also attacked with a powerbomb for a near-fall, despite being on the receiving end of three back-to-back corner dropkicks. In the end, Reigns and Bryan prevailed over their rivals. Also read | Brock Lesnar’s Nightmare Cain Velasquez not Signed By WWE: ReportsHarper could not survive Bryan’s running knee, which Reigns followed with a Superman Punch. With both opponents defeated, Bryan and Reigns hugged, much to the audience’s delight. The fight was smartly executed, with Reigns and Bryan separating Harper and Rowan to take them out. As the event came to an end, fans will have to wait and see what WWE has in store for the wrestlers and their rivalries.Also read | WWE SmackDown Results, October 4: Winners, Grades And Other Details Devika Pawar LIVE TV COMMENT
The Warriors announced Sunday they have dealt big man Andre Iguodala to the Grizzlies, but Golden State added it plans to honor him in a huge way.The team stated that despite trading Iguodala for Julian Washburn, a future first-round draft pick and cash considerations, it plans to retire Iguodala’s No. 9 jersey. Andre, thank you 💙 pic.twitter.com/YTLF97fxwP— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) July 7, 2019Iguodala, 35, was huge in helping the Warriors win their first NBA title in 40 years in 2015 and earned MVP honors that year. Paul George pens emotional farewell to Thunder after Clippers trade Raptors coach Nick Nurse: ‘Can’t blame’ Kawhi Leonard for leaving “As we look back six years [after signing Iguodala], we actually underestimated what his value would be to our team, both on the court and in the locker room. In what has been well-documented, Andre sacrificed for the betterment of our team and, in one of the best stories of this journey …”He has been absolutely vital to our success during five consecutive appearances in the NBA Finals and three championships. We thank Andre for all of his contributions and look forward to seeing his number in the rafters at Chase Center,” Warriors co-chairman and CEO Joe Lacob said in a statement. Related News Jimmer Fredette leaves Warriors summer team after two games, ponders overseas options The likely reason behind the Warriors trading Iguodala was because he was supposed to earn roughly $17 million next season. With the team signing D’Angelo Russell to a huge contract, it needed more cap space.Iguodala averaged 7.3 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.4 assists, and 1.1 steals in 413 appearances for the Warriors over the past six years.He was drafted ninth overall by the 76ers in the 2004 NBA Draft and spent eight years in Philadelphia before a short stint with the Nuggets, then landing with the Warriors.
Silversea Expeditions celebrates 10 years of pioneering explorationSilversea Expeditions celebrates 10 years of pioneering explorationOn 3 June, 2018, Silversea Expeditions proudly celebrated 10 years of luxurious expedition cruising, marking the occasion with a two-day gala voyage between London and Dublin. On this momentous day, the ultra-luxury Silver Cloud departed London’s Tower Bridge amid great elation to honour Silversea Expeditions’ very first voyage, which sailed under Tower Bridge for Svalbard a decade ago to the day.In a nod to the company’s continued focus on innovation, Silver Cloud, which was the first vessel in Silversea’s fleet and was reimagined as an elegant ice-class expedition ship in late 2017, crossed paths with Silver Spirit – Silversea’s recently lengthened and renovated ship – in Greenwich, London.The array of enrichments aboard Silver Cloud’s celebratory voyage included a congratulatory video message from HSH Albert II, Sovereign Prince of Monaco, who had cut the ribbon in Monte Carlo during the naming ceremony for Silversea’s first expedition ship in 2008. Originally named Prince Albert II in tribute to His Serene Highness and his environmental efforts, the ship sails today as Silver Explorer and continues a legacy of sustainable tourism.“We are delighted to be celebrating this important milestone,” says Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio, Silversea’s Chairman. “I am glad to see that my vision has been successfully realised and we are now recognized for our destination leadership. Since the launch of our expedition itineraries, we have connected people with the world’s most spectacular landscapes and cultures, and, in the process, we have fostered respect and greater care for our planet and its inhabitants. I am very proud of my team and our mission. We will continue to scout new destinations to bring innovation to the world of expedition cruising.”Over the last 10 years, the company’s commitment to environmental sustainability and humanitarian efforts has extended across the globe, in many forms: in the Cook and Phoenix islands in 2015, guests of Silversea participated in a mammal acoustic survey that successfully added three new species of animals to the national registry; in Bangladesh, where Silver Discoverer made the first-ever cruise ship call in 2017, we visited a remote village where our guests purchased regional produce to benefit the local community; and in 2017, when Silversea engaged in a partnership with ORCA, one of the U.K.’s leading marine conservation charities, to enable guests to discover incredible marine life and contribute to the charity’s ongoing conservation work. In the Galápagos Islands, where Silver Galapagos inaugurated ultra-luxury expedition experiences in 2014, Silversea will co-sponsor a camp for children to encourage the conservation of marine habitats.Looking ahead, the future of ultra-luxury expedition cruising is in safe hands with Silversea. With a Northeast Passage crossing planned, and additional voyages to the Bay of Bengal, the Russian Far East, Antarctica, and Australia’s Kimberley Coast, among others, the cruise line will continue to push industry boundaries. Of special note are two Silver Discoverer cruises that depart in summer 2019 for Borneo’s Camp Leakey – a renowned refuge for orangutans, to which the cruise company enjoys exclusive access and has made various donations to support the protection and research of the primates.Efforts to champion environmental sustainability are currently, and will continue to be, key in Silversea’s strategic development. Silversea is a member of the Association of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (AECO), which is dedicated to managing respectable, sustainable and safe expedition cruising in the Arctic. Moreover, the cruise line belongs to the International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators (IAATO), which promotes safe and responsible travel to Antarctica.In the past decade, Silversea has developed innovative strategies – such as a dedicated training academy – to recruit an unparalleled team of expedition specialists. This has played a crucial role in the cruise line’s success. On each expedition voyage, teams of up to 28 experts conduct immersive destination experiences for guests. These passionate and insightful professionals offer informative lectures and discussions on board, in addition to Zodiac® excursions and nature walks ashore – all of which are complimentary.Aboard Silversea’s fleet of four purpose-built expedition ships, guests enjoy ocean-view suites, gourmet cuisine, the personalized service of a butler, and a generous selection of all-inclusive shipboard amenities, including complimentary beverages served throughout the ship, a stocked in-suite beverage cabinet, and unlimited free Wi-Fi.View the commemorative video marking 10 years of Silversea Expeditions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCq3ERfNZIs&feature=youtu.beView the congratulatory message from HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JH7ap4YMhkw&feature=youtu.beFor more information on Silversea Expeditions, please visit https://www.silversea.com/luxury-expeditions-cruises.html.Source = Silversea Cruises