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PIAA Corporation, a leader in Powersports lighting and accessories, is supporting its sponsorship of the upcoming the World Off-Road Championship Racing Series PIAA 8-Hour UTV/ATV Endurance Race with an extensive contingency awards program, announced PIAA Powersports Business Unit Manager Gordon Robertson.

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