Hood River, Ore. — Champion Tool Storage (www.championbuilt.com and www.factorybox.net) announced today that Travis Tuttle from Hopkins, Minnesota is the winner of the James Stewart autographed Factory Box. Tuttle’s son races in both the amateur 250 and 450 classes out of their home track at Millville and he is excited to put his new Yamaha Factory Box to work at their next race. Designed to introduce the Factory Box to Supercross fans everywhere, and extended to celebrate Stewart’s winning season, the sweepstakes received a lot of fan entries, with Tuttle coming out on top in a random drawing.
“We’re really excited that this Factory Box is going to someone who is going to get good use out of it. Even with the new 2009 Supercross champion’s signature on it, the Factory Box is meant to work and we hope Travis will find it as useful as the mechanics in Stewart’s pit did all season long,” said Champion Tool Storage CEO, Garin Buckles.
Champion Tool Storage manufactures top quality tool boxes used worldwide by motorsports professionals. Factory Box is Champion’s first entry into the Powersports consumer market, designed to meet the needs of the motorsports enthusiast, and can be found online at (http://www.factorybox.net). Headquartered in Hood River, OR, Champion Tool Storage is a privately held company and can be found online at (http://www.championbuilt.com).