Garrisonville, Virginia – There is a new kid in the racing industry – a motorsports company dedicated to honoring and supporting our vets…Armed Forces Motorsports (AFM)!
While veterans have their particular loyalty to the branch of the armed services in which they served, there is still a strong “One Team” bond between all who have served this nation in uniform, and AFM is working to unite those veterans with a single morale boosting program.
Across all the racing circuits, AFM is working to be the preeminent professional motorsports organization, representing all branches of the military…at no cost to our government.
Brittany started AFM with her dad, Rick Ecker, a retired Marine with more than 22-years of service. “We are building a program never before seen in the racing industry,” said Brittany.
“We are building a racing program that spans all motorsports…a program for veterans – by veterans,” said added.
AFM is looking to launch their first race teams over the next few weeks. They are working with a team in the NHRA Top Fuel Division as well as a team in the Southern Super Series (Late Models).
According to Brittany, AFM was created to attract and engage U.S. veterans and auto racing communities at the national and grassroots levels. Their mission is to connect veterans and their families with the world of motorsports racing and valuable transition assistance.
“We provide an entertainment venue for our veterans and give them something they can rally around,” said Brittany. “Through networking on and off the track, we support our veterans by helping them find and get the help they need, as well as raise awareness about veterans’
issues,” she concluded.
AFM is building teams all across the racing spectrum, to include NASCAR, NHRA, Hydroplane Boat Racing, Motocross, the Grand Am Racing series, and others. The platform on which AFM is built serves as an invaluable marketing tool that can help disseminate important information to veterans and their families. Moreover, AFM is working to reunite communities with their veterans through their National Show Car Program, and their Connect a Vet Town Halls.
Visit www.ArmedForcesMotorsports.com to learn more about AFM.