"We are very excited about Step One Creative coming on board as the primary sponsor for our inaugural season," said Camden Proud. "It has been great to have a full-service advertising design and public relations firm like Step One as our major sponsor, not only because of their strong reputation in the Central New York community, but because of their support and willingness to help with various facets of our team."
"We look forward to working with the Step One Creative design team on the new graphics for our car, as well as partnering with them on events, appearances, and other PR opportunities for Proud Motorsports."
Step One Creative, located at 317 West First Street in the Stevedore Lofts in Oswego, New York, offers full-service advertising design, brand development, public relations, copywriting, web design, and media planning/placement to organizations and businesses throughout Central and Upstate New York.
Proud Motorsports is a small-block supermodified team owned by Tim and Debbie Proud of Oswego, New York. Their 15-year-old son, Camden, is a former USAC Quarter Midget Champion, and will race this upcoming season in the Proud Chassis that his father built for 2014. They have been racing in the Quarter Midget circuit for 9 years and this will Camden's first year in the small-blocks at the Oswego Speedway. Both, Camden's father Tim, and his uncle, Chris, have also raced previously at Oswego.
"Step One Creative is thrilled to be a part of the Proud Motorsports team," said agency president Shane Stepien. "The commitment and enthusiasm that Camden and his family have for racing is incredible, and our agency wanted to share in that excitement."
"Camden is a very knowledgeable and personable young man, and with 10 years of racing experience already under his belt, he has potentially a very long career ahead of him. He has set some great goals for himself this season, including Rookie of the Year at the Oswego Speedway, and we believe that he his going to be a huge success in Oswego and other raceways for years to come."