(10/1/17) … The King of the West-NARC sprint car series is pleased to announce the addition of PSC Industrial Services as a new associate sponsor for the traveling racing series.  This sponsorship is very unique in that PSC is not looking to market their services direct to consumers, but to engage sprint car fans who may be looking to change or upgrade their current career path.

PSC is the leading provider of special maintenance services and technology solutions to critical energy infrastructure in the United States.  Founded in 1977, PSC employs more than 2300 people nationally and is the industry leader in providing comprehensive industrial services.  The heart of their organization comes from dedicated employees who are recognized as the most experienced and best trained professionals in the business.

The Houston-based company with locations in 22 states, including 24 offices in California, plans to use KWS-NARC races as recruiting events for opportunities within their company.

“The current job market is very competitive and good help is especially hard to find in today’s economy,” said KWS-NARC Business Manager Jim Allen.  “PSC Industrial Services recognizes our fans as good hardworking Americans that could possibly be a great fit within their company.  They are offering fantastic career opportunities to those people who may be interested in a pursuing a different career.”

The company plans to pilot two events this season in preparation for the 2018 racing season.  PSC Industrial Services’ personnel will have an information booth set up at Ocean Speedway on October 6th and at the Stockton Dirt Track on November 4th.  They are also sponsoring the KWS-NARC driver Frisbee throw.

The company provides extensive training and rewards its associates with great income opportunities and benefits.

“This could be a life changer for some open wheel fans,” Allen continued.  “How often can you attend an entertainment event and have the opportunity to walk away with a lucrative career?  That’s a WIN-WIN!”

For more information, go to PSCnow.com