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Security Imaging Teams Up with Molly Helmuth

10/29/2010

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series rookie of the year Molly Helmuth is pleased to announce the continuation of her partnership with Security Imaging Corporation.

The Seattle company was the 15-year-old?s primary sponsor during her inaugural season racing in the Mini-Stock division at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash., and will continue to support her throughout the 2011 racing season.

?We?re proud to support an up-and-coming young female driver, but from a business standpoint it is also a great fit for our company,? said Emily Dick, senior account manager. ?Security Imaging is a leader in online sales of badge holders, lanyards, photo ID card printers, wristbands and other products used throughout the racing community.?

In business since 1996, Security Imaging has the largest supply of photo ID supplies on the Internet and past and current customers include corporations, military, government, schools and universities, and large and small businesses across the United States and internationally.

The online catalog at www.securityimaging.com displays just a portion of the products available from the company, and customers are encouraged to contact the Security Imaging staff with questions or to request a particular item. Many of the products Security Imaging sells can be customized, making them a low-cost and effective method for marketing in addition to meeting an operational need.

?Tracks, traveling series and race teams all over the country are already purchasing our products,? said Dick. ?We hope they?ll ask themselves, ?Why not purchase from this company that is supporting a young female driver???

The announcement is the latest in a string of good news for Molly Helmuth, who was recently invited by legendary IndyCar driver Lyn St. James to attend Phase I of the prestigious Women in the Winner?s Circle Academy Nov. 19-21 in Phoenix. Prior to that the Seattle native will take part ? again by invitation ? in the Talent Search Shoot-Out held by Ron Sutton?s Winner?s Circle, a NASCAR-focused racing career development program.

Behind the scenes, a Ford Mustang is being prepared for Helmuth?s sophomore season racing in the Mini-Stock Division at Evergreen Speedway. She also plans on driving a four-cylinder late-model in select events held by the Northwest Pro4 Alliance series and racing her kart whenever possible.

Helmuth began racing karts in 2006 and has competed in the Northwest Rotax Series throughout the Pacific Northwest and Canada. When NASCAR lowered the age limit to 14 for the 2010 season, she entered the Mini-Stock division with a front-wheel drive Volkswagen Corrado. Racing against drivers twice her age, Helmuth became a fan favorite by bumping, passing, spinning out and crashing as she learned how to handle and race her car.

The youngest driver to ever win Rookie of the Year honors in the Mini-Stock division at Evergreen Speedway, Helmuth finished the 2010 season No. 5 (of 31) in the series standings. She also won a trophy dash in August at Idaho?s Stateline Stadium Speedway while racing with the Northwest Outlaws Series.

On the Web
For more information on Molly Helmuth and her racing, visit www.mollyhelmuth.com, become a fan of ?Molly Helmuth Racing? on Facebook, follow @Molly_helmuth92 on Twitter, or visit her YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/rotaxjr92#p/u.

To learn more about Security Imaging, visit www.securityimaging.com or call: (877) 369-7033 (toll free) or (206) 527-8819.

About Molly Helmuth
Molly Helmuth has been racing since the age of 11. She started racing go karts in Washington, Oregon and Canada, competing in various events against some of the fastest drivers in the country. In 2010 at 14 Molly became the youngest driver to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Mini-Stock Division at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash., finishing in the top-five in series points and winning rookie of the year. Helmuth has been invited to attend Phase I of the Lyn Saint James Women in the Winner?s Circle Academy and to take part in the Ron Sutton?s Winner?s Circle Talent Search Shoot-Out.

About Security Imaging Corporation
In business since 1996, Security Imaging is a leader in online sales of badge holders, lanyards, photo ID card printers, wristbands and other products. Customers include corporations, military, government, schools and universities, and large and small businesses across the United States and internationally.

The online catalog at www.securityimaging.com displays just a portion of the products available from the company, and customers are encouraged to contact the Security Imaging staff with questions or to request a particular item. Many of the products Security Imaging sells can be customized, making them a low-cost and effective method for marketing in addition to meeting an operational need.

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