Hilton San Diego Teams Up With BBMXTuesday, February 13, 2007 | 11:11 AM
The Hilton San Diego Airport/Harbor Island Hotel will be the official hotel for the DNA Energy Drink / BTOSports / BBMX race team for the Houston SX. Fans and industry folks alike can have a chance to support a hotel that is showing a tremendous amount of excitement in the sport of SX. Hilton San Diego Airport/Harbor Island hotel is located near the San Diego airport and offers fans a chance to meet their favorite team and riders over the weekend.
DNA Energy Drink / BTOSports / BBMX team riders will be looking to lengthen their streak to 5 races in a row of having all 5 team riders in the night show of the premier Supercross Class. This amazing feat has BBMX riders making up 1/8th of the Supercross Class at night, and putting a rider into the main event at each and every round so far this season. Also, no other team has yet to put 3 team riders into the Supercross Class main event this year as BBMX did at Vancouver with Thomas, Johnson and DeHaan.
Please log onto www.sandiegoairport.hilton.com or call (619) 291-6700 to book your reservation today. Be sure to let them know you saw the link online from your favorite motocross web sight and you are a fan of the greatest sport on earth, supercross! Race fans can book a room at one of the hottest hotels in San Deigo and have a chance to sit down for breakfast next to some of the best supercross riders in the world. Not only that, but both fans and industry folks alike can also have a chance to give their business to a hotel that is into the sport of SX and helping to support a privateer team.
Please log onto www.sandiegoairport.hilton.com and book a reservation today or be sure to swing by for breakfast, lunch or dinner at one of the hotel's prime restaurants to hang out with some of the sports top SX racers.
For more news and team updates, log onto www.ButlerBrothersMx.com
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