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NHRA Retains JMPR for Public Relations Projects

The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) has retained JMPR, Inc. for a variety of special public relations projects. NHRA is one of the world’s largest motorsports sanctioning bodies, with 80,000 members, 140 member tracks, more than 35,000 licensed competitors and more than 5,000 member-track events.

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WOODLAND HILLS, CA — The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) has retained JMPR, Inc. for a variety of special public relations projects. NHRA is one of the world’s largest motorsports sanctioning bodies, with 80,000 members, 140 member tracks, more than 35,000 licensed competitors and more than 5,000 member-track events.

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JMPR will assist the NHRA with outreach to the automotive enthusiast press and will also coordinate opportunities with motor press associations, auto shows and car clubs. In addition, JMPR will help promote activities surrounding the 50th annual NHRA Mac Tools U.S. Nationals activities in Indianapolis Sept. 1-6.

JMPR, Inc., founded in 1977, is a full-service public relations agency with clients from a range of automotive and lifestyle industries, including: Carroll Shelby International, Inc., Coker Tire, Discovery Channel (Monster Garage, American Chopper, American Hot Rod), Goodguys Rod & Custom Association, Meguiar’s Inc., National Hot Rod Association and the Petersen Automotive Museum, among others.

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