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McCray Motorsports announced that Team Too Termite & Pest Control signed on as the primary sponsor for Toni Marie McCray and the No. 90 Chevrolet for the Las Vegas Open Comp Super Late Model event, held on Nov. 7.

| November 11, 2009

CORONA, Calif. – McCray Motorsports announced that Team Too Termite & Pest Control signed on as the primary sponsor for Toni Marie McCray and the No. 90 Chevrolet for the Las Vegas Open Comp Super Late Model event, held on Nov. 7.

The 200 Lap event at Las Vegas Bullring marked the first race for Team Too Termite & Pest Control as the primary sponsor. McCray, from Highland, Calif., is looking forward to partnering with the Corona, Calif.-based company.

"To be able to carry a Team Too Termite & Pest Control on the No. 90 Chevrolet is great," said McCray. "I'm proud to represent Team Too Termite & Pest Control. It's great to represent a company who shows daily what family and hard work can do. On behalf of the entire No. 90 team I want to thank Team Too Termite & Pest Control for coming on board with us."

William Houtchens, president and CEO of Team Too Termite & Pest Control, said, “Team Too has been able to see Toni succeed through 2009 and is truly honored to be a part of this program. The way she races to win, and her positive influence on those around her are what we try to show with our services, family of employees, and to our customers, teaming up with the McCray Motorsports family just made perfect sense. We greet every customer by saying ‘Welcome to the family’ and Toni exemplifies the core of family values, by sharing her experience on the track with her family in youth and now exhibiting what she has learned through her on track competitive edge.”
 

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