King Of Carolinas Gets Title Sponsor
GASTONIA, NC – Carolina Speedway has announced a new partnership with Carolinas First Defense. They have signed to be the title sponsor for the inaugural King of the Carolinas event Oct. 24-27.
The event will be known as the King of the Carolinas presented by Carolinas First Defense.
“We are honored to have Carolinas First Defense become the title sponsor of the KOC,” said Carolina Speedway‘s Clint Elkins. “They are the perfect partner for the event and they will have a huge presence over the 4 days of the KOC.”
Carolinas First Defense is family-owned and operated by Jesse & Jennifer Saucier. CFD is dedicated to teaching the correct way of protecting yourself and your family in defensive situations.
“We are incredibly excited about the opportunity to partner with one of the best dirt tracks in the Southeast and this event at Carolina Speedway is going to be fun for the entire family and an event to remember,” said Jesse Saucier.
Carolinas First Defense is a professional and mobile training company that knows that it is a serious responsibility to carry a concealed handgun and learn basic as well as advanced firearms knowledge and techniques. Based on this, they take the time to train you correctly, answer all your question(s) and ensure you are ready to obtain your CCW Permit. It’s all about exceeding your expectations when you take a course and that is the key to their success! When it comes to your family’s safety, don’t you owe it to yourself to be trained by an instructor who’s goal it is to train you correctly and effectively and who is also certified by the North Carolina Justice Academy? You never know when your life may depend on it!
They King of the Carolinas presented by Carolinas First Defense is a four-day marathon event that will be one of the largest races ever promoted in the Southeast. More than $73,000 in purse money will be paid out to the eight divisions competing on the track that weekend.
“It is an honor and a privilege to train and educate people in the community so that everyone can learn the techniques and knowledge needed to help protect themselves and their families, as well as fully understand the law while doing so,” said Jesse Saucier.