Columbus, Ohio—The National Tractor Pullers Association and Ken Perry’s Xtreme Arias LLC (KPXA) have secured a sponsorship agreement for 2023. This new partnership is a class sponsorship in which all Grand National Modified Mini appearances will be called the “KPXA Modified Mini Class” for the 2023 pulling season. This $15,000 sponsorship will be added to the year-end points fund.
To be eligible for a payout, a vehicle must be registered for the 2023 Grand National Series and prominently bear KPXA decals on both sides of the vehicle. Each pulling team will also display a KPXA Banner in their pit area.
“We are encouraged and excited about this new partnership. KPXA has a long tradition of excellence, and we look forward to their involvement in our pulling season and in our organization,” said Gregg Randall, NTPA Executive Director.
Ken Perry, KPXA President, stated, “KPXA looks forward to a great season with the KPXA Modified Mini class. We hope this partnership benefits all pullers and the NTPA organization. During the pulling season, we are excited to share the many advantages of KPXA for those interested in high performance engines.”
Ken Perrys Xtreme Arias is headquartered in Thomasville, North Carolina. A manufacturer of more than a dozen categories of high performance products for automotive powerplants, KPXA has a broad variety of racing engine services including 3-D Modeling, cylinder boring, block end truing, welding, cylinder honing, and valve grinding.