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Press Releases from Allied Steel Buildings (5 total)

Allied Steel Buildings Inks Sponsorship Deal with NASCAR Canada

[Toronto, ON - September 2007] Allied Steel Buildings is proud to announce it is now an Official Partner of NASCAR in Canada. The Woodstock-based building company is the latest sponsor to sign on with NASCAR Canada, by finalizing a multi-year deal to support the growing popularity of stock car racing in Canada. The sponsorship will include a variety of assets, beginning with presenting status of the

Allied Steel Buildings Celebrates NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Sponsorship with a …

[Toronto, ON - September 1, 2007] Allied Steel Buildings celebrated their first NASCAR Canadian Tire Series win with a thrilling first place finish at the Subway 200 @ Cayuga Speedway on Saturday. “What a great way to start off the new relationship!” beamed NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Team #77 driver Derek Lynch. “The whole team did a great job. The car looked great, it ran great…

Allied Steel Buildings Continues Worldwide Expansion in to Orlando

[Orlando, FL, Aug 24 2007] - Continuing its explosive growth, Allied Steel buildings has opened its newest office located in Downtown Orlando, Florida. Allied Steel is one of the worlds leading suppliers of pre-engineered steel buildings and continues to aggressively expand its global business operations. Ben Meister, a seasoned veteran of Allied Steel Buildings will be leading the company’s growth in the Orlando market. Allied Steel Buildings

New Wisconsin Air Academy Taxis for Liftoff

[Sturtevant, Wisconsin - Sep, 5 2007] – The ground is breaking on September 10, 2007 for the Wisconsin Air Academy, a new kind of boarding and day school designed to place young people on the path towards a career in the aviation industry. A first of its kind, the Wisconsin Air Academy is the only private day school sanctioned by the Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the civilian auxiliary of

Allied Steel Buildings Deepens Relationship With NASCAR Canadian Tire Series

[Toronto, ON, August 20 2007] Allied Steel Buildings continues to deepen its relationship with NASCAR as it solidifies a deal to become the title sponsor of the Derek Lynch #77 car for the three remaining races in this year’s NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. In addition to the team sponsorship, Allied will be the presenting sponsor of the season finale race at Kawartha Speedway. “We are very