Streamline Accepting Rider ResumesWednesday, September 11, 2013 | 11:10 AM
Rancho Cucamonga, CA - Streamline Brakes & Controls is pleased to announce the opening of our 2014 sponsorship program through MXSponsor.com. Streamline will be using MXSponsor.com exclusively for all of their sponsorship needs. To be a part of the Streamline Racing team, please fill out your resume to the best of your ability with Results, photos, videos, and why you should be sponsored by Streamline Brakes and Controls, and send electronically through MXSponsor.com, a fast and easy way to examine athletes for sponsorship.
How to Submit a Resume to Streamline:
To submit a sponsorship resume, riders need to sign up, free, at www.MXSponsor.com. Once here, riders can build their online profile, upload action photos and videos, post race results and submit their profile resume to nearly 200 motocross companies. MXSponsor.com is the fastest and easiest way to be sponsored in the motocross industry.
MXSponsor.com works for racers of all age levels that are looking to get sponsored. Forget paying up-front fees to submit a resume. Riders build their online profile, upload action photos, race results and write a cover letter and then submit to as many companies as they wish all for free. Riders then receive responses, deals, and offers, and can choose to pay a onetime $50 fee for the year to sign unlimited contracts with no obligation.
MXsponsor.com is the only website exclusively dedicated to the motocross industry, launched in August of 2005. MXSponsor.com has surpassed the 60,000 rider mark and has processed thousands upon thousands of sponsorship resumes sent to its large list of brands.
For more information contact: STREAMLINE BRAKES & CONTROLS at 800-310-5519 or visit our website at www.streamlinebrakes.com
Share this article:
Did you like this article?
Check out 10,000 MILES FROM HOMEin our Latest issue of Racer X available now.
Australian Dean Ferris hopes to follow in the footsteps of some of his legendary countrymen. Now contesting the FIM Grand Prix series, he made a huge impression at the Motocross of Nations. Page 138.