Performance Distributors renews award program for IMCA Late Models, Stocks, Hobbies, SportMods

first_imgTop eligible drivers in both Stock Car regions and in both Hobby Stock regions, and in national standings for Northern SportMods and for Southern SportMods all get D.U.I. distribu­tors. Eligible runners-up in each division each get $100 product cer­tificates, with $75 for third, $50 for fourth and $25 for fifth.  The Memphis, Tenn., high performance parts man­ufacturer, now in its 14th year of sponsorship, gives a combination of product awards and product certificates to IMCA Sunoco Late Model, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod competitors.  MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The Performance Distributors contingency awards program expanded in 2019 has been renewed for the 2020 IMCA race season. Performance Distributor awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed begin­ning the following week from the IMCA home office. Late Model awards were new to the Performance Distributors program last year.  In addition to required distributor usage, Stock Car, Hobby Stock and SportMod drivers must fill out and re­turn a contingency sign-up sheet to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1. Information about Performance Distributors products and dealers is available at the www.performancedistributors.com website, by calling 901 396-5782 and on Facebook. Both the Late Model national champion and national rookie of the year earn D.U.I. distributors. Second through fifth place finishers in national point standings receive $50 product certificates; all Late Model track champions receive D.U.I. coil kits. “We are rebuilding a great weekly Late Model program and the renewal of the Performance Distributors program displays the continued commitment to not only that division, but the other aforementioned ones as well,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder noted. “We are grateful to Performance Distributors for 14 years of support.”last_img read more

Michigan’s individual tax filing season official begins

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisMichigan’s tax filing season officially begins today.Taxpayers can now begin filing their returns for the 2018 tax year. Deputy State treasurer Glenn White says all systems are operating normally, and electronic filing is the easiest and most convenient way to file returns. Printed tax forms will be available at public libraries, some northern Michigan post offices, Department of Health and Human Services offices, and treasury field offices. Treasurer White says in order to prevent cyber criminals from stealing returns, tax payers should file as early as possible. Free tax help is available for individuals with low income, disabilities, and those who are over age 60.For more information, visit irs.treasury.gov/free tax prep, or call 211.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: MICHIGAN, money, tax, taxesContinue ReadingPrevious Governor Whitmer asking residents to turn down heat to 65Next ‘You can be homeless in 80 degree…or -5 degree weather’last_img read more

The meaning behind the MLB bobblehead on Dwight’s desk in ‘The Office’

first_imgThat player is Mike Lieberthal. He is a two-time All-Star, a Gold Glove winner and a member of the Phillies’ Wall of Fame.You might not have thought much of this bobblehead considering it represents a Phillies player and the fictional Dunder Mifflin paper company is based in Pennsylvania. Maybe Dwight just likes the Phillies.Also, if you know about Lieberthal’s minor league baseball career, you know he played for the Triple-A baseball team in Scranton, where the show is based. It is a fun piece of trivia, but there’s actually another layer behind this bobblehead.MORE:  Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whip-around show on DAZNLet’s check out Lieberthal’s profile on ever-trusty Wikipedia. (NBC) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/eb/7a/dwight-schrute-desk-bobblehead-ftr_vfrftgu131sg1d34u2a666qzd.png?t=562790570&w=500&quality=80 That’s right — his full name is Michael Scott Lieberthal. (Credit to Reddit user  m_rose95 for discovering this.)Dwight spends much of the series trying to gain Michael Scott’s affection. Michael even calls Dwight a “kiss ass” at one point. So it’s hilarious that even a seemingly innocent bobblehead of a baseball player on Dwight’s desk plays into this theme throughout the series. MORE:  Ranking the top 20 sports moments of ‘The Office’And if you don’t buy into that, then recall this quote from Dwight: “People underestimate the power of nostalgia. If baseball can use it to get people to care about that worthless sport, then I can use it to get my siblings to care about the farm.”So Dwight clearly isn’t a baseball fan. But he loves Michael so much, he has baseball memorabilia on his desk.center_img (Wikipedia) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/df/8c/mike-lieberthal-ftr_bz39dzgh0i7t1pgizajj92rau.png?t=563302570&w=500&quality=80 If you are an avid viewer of “The Office,” you might have noticed a bobblehead of a Phillies player on Dwight Shrute’s desk.last_img read more