Charlestown, Indiana (January 18, 2017) - After a successful inaugural season with the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League, Diamond Eye Performance has renewed their partnership with the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League. This season will again feature Diamond Eye Performance as the title sponsor of the Limited Pro Stock Diesel Truck class running primarily on the Wagler Competition Products Mid West Region Series and at high-profile, diesel-focused events like the Scheid Diesel Extravaganza and the Rudy's Diesel Season Opener.
Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Co-Director Kristi Chastain remarked "We are excited to have Diamond Eye Performance once again as part of our sponsorship program. The Limited Pro Stock Diesel Truck class is a great fit for their product line as pullers and fans of diesel truck pulling are an increasing part of our program each year."
Tom Terjeson, Director of Marketing at Diamond Eye Performance added "Diamond Eye Performance, the World's Toughest Diesel Exhaust, is excited to once again be Sponsoring the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League and looking forward to another successful pulling year for all the 2017 competitors."
For more information on the product lines available through Diamond Eye Performance be sure to visit their website at www.diamondeyeperformance.com. On their website you can find links to their Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter social media accounts as well.
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