FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 23, 2003
Contact: John Dillon
Creativity in Action
P.O. Box 1231
Thousand Oaks, CA 91358-0231
Corona, California -- Bud Orr, owner of Worr Games, announced today his company will be providing financial support for the Tombstone Paintball Widget Rally Team for the rest of the 2003 season. Worr Games, a leader in the paintball industry for more than fifteen years, manufactures the Auto Cocker Paintball Marker, the most popular choice of tournament level and recreational players of paintball.
Orr and his sons have been involved in drag boat racing for many years, and love all flavor of motorsports. They discovered rally only recently when Leon Styles, driver for the Widget Rally Team and owner of Tombstone Paintball Park, took him for a few hot laps around his field.
"Bud and I have had a great working relationship over the years," said Styles. "We share a passion for paintball and for safety in the sport. I'm happy we can extend that relationship to my other sporting passion, rally racing."
The Widget Rally Team campaigns a Mitsubishi Evolution prepared by Tato Motorsports. Chad DiMarco, four-time National champion and owner of Sube Sports serves as the team's Technical Director. John Dillon codrives ("navigates") for Styles in the car. In their most recent race, the Rim of the World Rally in Palmdale, the pair won two club-level events and finished fourth overall behind three factory-prepared race cars.
In addition to Worr Games, Perforce Software is a major contributor to the Tombstone Paintball Widget Rally Team. The team's race cars and service vehicles are transported around the country by 7-24 AirX, an on-demand full-service shipping company. Brakes are provided by Porterfield Enterprises and web services by Shults Dot Com.