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Chandler, AZ September 27, 2016 â Here is your chance to accelerate to RacePace with newly crowned TORC champ Corry Weller at the Off-Road Expo this weekend. DragonFire's popular ride-alongs are back, along with some cool swag and 2017 catalogs hot off the presses. Show goers will also have an opportunity to meet MissDragonFire and 3X Mint 400 winner Lacrecia Beurrier. The 2016 Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo Powered By General Tire features 350+ exhibitors at the Fairplex in Pomona, CA October 1-2.

âThis event is where the Off-Road Nation comes together, so it is a great place to introduce the memorable experiences of the UTV lifestyle,â says DragonFire Sales & Marketing Manager Megan Dible. âDragonFire believes everyone should be able to make some memories and we are fortunate to have a couple of our current champions joining us this weekend, including Corry Weller and 2015 Best In The Desert UTV Pro Unlimited champ Lacrecia Beurrier to sign autographs⦠and don't forget the swag!â

DragonFire is heating things up by offering demo rides around the MAV TV Proving Grounds again this year, including a chance to turn a hot lap with defending Lucas Oil Regional Off-Road series title holder in both Pro Production and SR1 classes, Corry Weller. She just wrapped up the inaugural Pro Production UTV title in the TORC: The Off-Road Championship in the midwest last month for good measure.

Strap into a Yamaha YXZ 1000R and ride with Corry, or try out DragonFire's Can-Am Maverick on the MAVTV Proving Grounds. Speaking of strapping in, be sure to check out DragonFire's exclusive EVO harness. The EVOlutionary design offers greater maneuverability, improved comfort, increased visibility and less chaffing, while adding greater security than the stock restraints. DragonFire is also proud to support Lacrecia Buerrier's breast cancer awareness efforts. Not only will her hot pink Best In The Desert RZR be on display, but we are going to present five lucky winners with 3" pink harnesses. Miss DragonFire will draw the names on Sunday. Lacrecia is also raffling off a custom-painted replica helmet and matching pink MSR jersey to help keep the #ThinkPink message top of mind.

Experience the EVO belts, ride with Weller, meet Lacrecia and join DragonFire in #MakingMemories and #MakingChampions on Saturday, October 1, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 2, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. DragonFire will be in Booth #103 at the Pomona Fairplex, located at 1101 W. McKinley Avenue in Pomona, CA. More info about the Off-Road Expo can be found at http://www.offroadexpo.com

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ABOUT DRAGONFIRE:

DragonFire shares your passion for the sport! Whether it is exploring the badlands, racing at the local track, hauling a bale of hay to the north 40 or taking the entire family to the dunes for a holiday weekend to make some memories, DragonFire is there! Not only does DragonFire pride itself on #MakingMemories, with the 2015 BITD Pro Unlimited title, another Heartland Classic win and three Mint 400s in the bank, we are also pretty darn good at #MakingChampions!

ABOUT WELLER RACING

Weller Racing, LLC started from humble beginnings in Jason Wellerâs garage back in 2006. Originally a part-time venture, Jason quickly found himself inundated with work, and made the decision to quit his successful job as an automotive technician for GM and put his full-time efforts into Weller Racing. He recruited his twin brother, Jeff Weller, to help perform the most crucial part of Weller Racing â building race motors. Always a great team due to their similar work ethic and drive to do things right the first time, Jason and Jeff continue to keep Weller Racing a the forefront of the UTV performance industry by striving to be ahead of the competition on the track, in the dunes, and on the trails. Having come from a quad racing background, Jason wasnât able to stay away from the race track for long, and while too busy supporting his stable of racers to get on the track himself, Jason recruited his wife, Corry Weller, to pilot Weller Racingâs new CORR Pro/Mod Yamaha Rhino for the 2008 race season. With a consistent and successful presence on the track at in the pits, Weller Racing has become well-recognized and respected within the UTV racing industry, and has worked with many big names in the off-road scene, as well as attracted customers from across the world. With customer service being the number one priority, Weller Racing relies on satisfied customer referrals and âword of mouthâ advertising to grow its loyal customer base - and its success on the track doesnât hurt either

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