WELD, the leader in maximum performance wheels, has received a proclamation signed by Kansas City, MO Mayor Sylvester “Sly” James during a ribbon cutting and open house on May 19 at its Kansas City headquarters.
The proclamation was presented on behalf of Mayor James and the City Council by Scott Wagner, Kansas City mayor pro-tem and 1st District-at-Large councilman. The proclamation congratulated WELD on the expansion of its manufacturing facility and declared “May 19, 2016 as a day to honor WELD throughout the City of Kansas City, Missouri.”
A number of vehicles were on display featuring the company’s wheels from leading brands WELD Racing, WELD Street & Strip, CCW Forged Performance, REKON Off Road and HiPer Technology by WELD.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by WELD brand ambassador and NHRA Funny Car Champion John Force, who delivered remarks before the cutting of the ribbon. Also in attendance were WELD ambassadors and NHRA Top Fuel driver Clay Millican, NHRA Pro Stock driver Erica Enders-Stevens, NHRA Funny Car driver Robert Hight, World of Outlaws star Brian Brown, and Formula Drift driver Justin Pawlak.
“WELD was humbled and honored to celebrate our growth with so many Kansas City area officials with several of our brand ambassadors who represent our company to various racing communities throughout the U.S.,” said Norm Young, president and CEO of WELD.
Congratulations to WELD on their continued growth and success and recognition from the city.