Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales and United Trailers Join NMCA Muscle Car Nationals

Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales United Trailers NMRA NMCA

The NMCA Muscle Car Nationals is proud to welcome Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales as the Official Trailer Distributor and United Trailers as the Official Trailer of the series. Each company plays an integral part of getting racecars up and down the highways as competitors traverse the United States chasing the modern and vintage muscle car motorsport national event series.

Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales United Trailers Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales sells new and used trailers for virtually any motorsports application from entry-level open trailers to custom-built enclosed trailers. The company attends several NMCA national events with display models and the ability to perform minor repairs and maintenance during the event. Recently United Trailers and Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales designed two trailers for the NMCA as the sanctioning body continues to grow. The first one is a 53-foot long gooseneck trailer that acts as the registration/office and utility workspace for event operations. The second trailer is similar in size and is used for equipment storage and is the official home of the Power Mall, a mobile merchandise storefront.

“The trailer upgrades—thanks to United Trailer and Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales—have helped our event team grow and be more effective. We can carry more equipment such as additional safety gear from TNT Rescue Equipment, additional motorized transportation, and have more service windows to reduce registration wait times for our competitors,” said Rollie Miller, National Event Director and General Manager of the NMCA Muscle Car Nationals.

For more information about new and used trailers, visit Jason Dietsch Trailer Sales at www.jasondietschtrailersales.com and for information on United Trailers and their line of standard and custom built trailers for racecars and other industries, check them out at www.united-trailers.com

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