The Real Pro Mod Association (RPM) has announced Protect The Harvest as a supporter of racers competing in the NHRA Pro Mod Series. Racers will have Protect The Harvest identification on their cars to promote the cause beginning with the upcoming NHRA Pro Mod Series race presented by J&A Service in Houston, and continuing through the 2015 season.
Started by Lucas Oil founder Forrest Lucas, Protect The Harvest was organized to bring a collective voice to American farmers, sportsmen and animal owners who have been challenged by organizations trying to interfere with their way of life.
“I’ve really enjoyed putting together a program with the RPM Association to benefit all of the drivers in the Pro Mod class at NHRA national events,” said Lucas. “We are going to generate even more awareness for Protect The Harvest through RPM over the years.”
The Houston race is the second stop of the annual 10-race series which starts in Gainesville, and ends at Las Vegas in October. More than 30 racers are members of the RPM Association and compete in the series.
“We are so thankful for all of the support that Forrest Lucas and his family have provided to NHRA racers over the years and especially thrilled to have all the RPM members participate in the Protect The Harvest promotion,” said RPM board member Mike Knowles. “It’s a tremendous cause that Forrest is an advocate of for families.”