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Archive for August, 2012

Swan Sings, Ross Returns and Hensley Handles at S.B.M.S.

Friday, August 31st, 2012

South Bend, IN– It was a great night for racing as the South Bend Motor Speedway hosted another exciting night of competition and honored one of the speedway’s founders. Trophies were presented to the five feature winners by the family of Tom Romanowski, one of the original builders of the historic speed plant. During intermission, crewmembers, wives and girlfriends of the drivers participated in three special races for mechanics and powder puff racers and a number of vintage racing machines toured the oval compliments of the Michiana Vintage Racing Association. In feature action, Brian Ross backed up his Bellman Oil Company Late Model win of a week ago while, Bryant Ragsdale, Rich Hensley and Danny Brown Jr all added to their season win totals in the Front Wheel Drive, Mini Stock and Street Stock divisions, respectively. Mark Swan posted what may be his first ever feature win in the Sportsman class after apparent winner, Charlie Cotton did not pass post race tech inspection.

In the Street Stock race for mechanics, Danny Brown Sr of LaPorte took the car usually driven by Vernon Knight to victory lane over a stout field of 12. In the FWD portion, Stephanie Long of Tippecanoe outran 5 male drivers, in the car usually
driven by Jamie Layne, for their mechanics race win. The FWD Powder Puff race saw five brave ladies take to the track. In what could best be described as an ‘exercise in caution,’ they all drove very carefully. Lisa Olling of South Bend jumped out to an early lead but was passed by Niles driver, Keri Martz on lap two. Amy Eisenhardt of New Carlisle muscled the lead away on lap four but, as the lead pair came upon the slower car of Alyson Cretacci of Walkerton, Martz vaulted around the outside and went on to win over Eisenhardt, Lisa Metz of South Bend, Olling and Cretacci. For their efforts, each winner received a trophy and now maintains bragging rights until next year.

The first feature on the program was the Street Stock 30 lapper with 18 drivers scheduled to compete. After slamming the wall during heat race action, South Bend’s Derek Wunder was unable to make the call. At the finish, it was Danny Brown Jr of LaPorte taking home his 4th feature win of the season over a determined Kevin Clash of South Bend. Josh Highbaugh of Jones, MI held off South Bend’s Cindy Stremme for 3rd with Vernon Knight of Michagan City rounding out the top five. LaPorte’s Austin Woodcox, Greg Gifford of Michigan City, Kenny Esmont of South Bend, Matt Sullivan of Hartford, MI and Chad McGinnis of Elkhart completed the top ten. Knight held off Kyle Thornton of Osceola and McGinnis for heat race one while Brown Jr bested Andrew Rigley of Mishawaka and James Haisley of South Bend in heat two. Brown Jr turned in fast qualifying time.

Fifteen drivers presented for the start of the Mini Stock 25 lap main which saw several drivers eliminated after a pileup in turn one. At the end, it was veteran Rich Hensley of South Bend taking home his 4th win of the season. Following Hensley at the checker was South Bend’s Derek Davis and Michael Mast from New Paris. David Raley Jr of Osceola and Kevin Davis of South Bend completed the top five with Nick Kretchmer of Granger, Mike Freese of LaPorte, Jeremy Parrott of Mishawaka, Howard Fisette of South Bend and Ed Martz of Niles rounding out the top ten. David Raley bested Freese and Brandon Nieto of Mill Creek in the first heat while Mast topped Drew Davis of South Bend and Hensley in the 2nd heat. Zachery Newgent of South Bend turned in fast qualifying time in the Jim Newman Racing Special.

The Sportsman 40 lap main was red flagged when Doug Bannow of LaPaz smacked the turn one wall and flames shot from under the hood. When action resumed, Claypool’s Charlie Cotton blasted through the field and took the checker flag from starter,
Mike Stutsman. However, in post race inspection, the J&B Pallet Ford Taurus was stripped of the win resulting in Mark Swan of South Bend being awarded his first feature win of the season over points leader, Brandon Zachary of Paw Paw and Rodney Smith of Elkhart. Rick Wolkens of Niles was next ahead of Rich Boal of Plymouth. South Bend drivers, Corey Woods and Robert Haisley led Jeremy Blocher of Niles, Bannow and Lyn Papke of New Buffalo to round out the top ten. In heat race action, Wolkens beat out Bannow and Swan in heat one with Scott Fairchild of Mishawaka beating out Corky Knight of Hebron and Woods in heat two. Woods, driving the Woods Motorsports Pink Cadillac, topped qualifying as the top 3 qualifiers were separated by less the . 002 seconds.

The Front Wheel Drive 20 lap feature saw 19 of the 20 competitors making the call. Bryant Ragsdale of Mishawaka survived a multi car melee in the back stretch to claim his 6th feature win of the season ahead of Sean Stuart of North Liberty and points leader Tom Taylor of Michigan City. Brandon Cretacci of Walkerton was next over Braxdon Sims of Walkerton, James Trussell of Niles, Jason Harmon of Elkhart, Ed Martz of Niles, Helmut Forstinger Jr of South Bend and Jeremy Campbell of Rolling Prairie. Stuart topped Harmon and Jeff Harrell of Niles in the first heat as Jamie Layne of Mishawaka beat out Doug Fox of South Bend and Aaron Agostino of South Bend in the second heat. Tom Taylor topped the field in qualifying.

The Bellman Oil Company Late Model 50 lap feature saw 12 cars taking the green with North Liberty’s Mike Verduin jumping out to an early lead. Brian Ross of Elkhart worked his way through traffic and into the lead position with Paw Paw’s Brandon Zachary in hot pursuit. At the finish, it was Ross taking home his 2nd win in as many weeks ahead of Zachary and Steve Stacy of Plymouth, Rich Boal of Plymouth and Joe Fadke of Brook. Mike Tutino of Walkerton led Cory Lindsey of Kingsford Heights, Buchanan, MI’s Kenny Lollar Jr, Verduin and Bob Golubski Jr of South Bend. Charles Darr of Garrett was the surprised winner in the first heat over Golubski Jr, and Lollar Jr. Stacy topped Ross and Lindsey in the second heat. Ross posted fast qualifying time.

In the season points battles, Tom Taylor leads Doug Fox for the FWD title while Brandon Zachary appears to have the Sportsman title in the bag with a 213 point lead over runner-up Corey Woods. Rich Hensley stands ready to post his 2nd championship in as many years as he holds a comfortable lead over Zachery Newgent in the Mini Stocks and Josh Highbaugh leads Danny Brown Jr in Street Stocks. The Bellman Oil Company Late Models will very likely not be decided until the very last turn of the very last lap as, going into Saturday’s events, Steve Stacy only held a 6 point advantage over Brandon Zachary. With both drivers turning in good finishes, this one will go down to the wire for sure.

This Saturday, the stock car portion of the season will come to a close and the champions will be crowned. Following a huge autograph session, with all drivers invited to bring their cars onto the front stretch so fans can meet their favorites and get their autographs one more time, the drivers will buckle up and settle it all with the season championship features. Pit gates will open at noon with practice for all divisions getting underway at two. Spectator gates open at 4 pm as qualifying is set to get underway at 5 and the autograph session promptly at 7. Feature racing will begin around 8. A pit pass is $25 while adult general admission is just $10. Kids 6-12 are admitted for just $5 while those 5 & under are free with an adult. Small coolers and snacks are welcome but NO alcohol or glass containers, please. In the unlikely event of inclement weather, the raindate will be the following Saturday.

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ASA Racing Schedule for Labor Day Weekend 2012

Friday, August 31st, 2012

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – Here are the details about the upcoming ASA sanctioned events this Labor Day Weekend.
Please visit each series and track website for the latest updates as events are subject to change.

Inde Motorsports Ranch (Wilcox, AZ)
Friday, August 31, 2012 – Sunday, September 2, 2012
Divisions: Go Karts, Open Wheels, Stock Cars and more.
Time: Friday 12:30pm – 5:30pm, Saturday 8:00am – 5:45pm, Sunday 8:00am – 5:45pm.
Admission: Free (donations accepted).

The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, NV)
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Divisions: ASA Truck Series, USAC Midgets, Late Models, Legends, Bandoleros, waterless boat races.
Time: Gates Open 5pm, qualifying 5:30pm, Racing 7pm.

ACE SPEEDWAY (Altamahaw, NC)
Twitter: @AceSpeedway
Friday, August 31, 2012 & Monday, September 3, 2012
Divisions: Friday – Late Models, Limited Late Models, Extremes, Flat Head Fords and Fireworks. Sunday – Modifieds, Sportsman, Street Stocks,USAC Midgets, Stadium Stocks and Fireworks.
Time: Friday – Grandstands open at 5:30pm, Qualifying 5:30pm, Racing 8pm. Monday – Gates Open 12:30pm, Qualifying 2:15pm, Racing 3:45pm.
Admission: Adults $12; Seniors (65 & Older), Students w/ID $8; Kids 6-12 $2, Kids 5 & Under FREE.

Saturday, September 1, 2012 & Sunday, September 2, 2012
Divisions: Late Models, Grand American Modifieds, Super Stocks, Mod 4’s, Warriors, Mini Cups.
Time: Racing 6:00pm.

Twitter: @DillonSpeedway
Monday, September 3, 2012
Divisions: Late Models, Chargers, Street Stocks, 4 Cylinders, Mini Cup Stocks, UCAR and Legends.
Time: Gates Open 10am, Qualifying 3pm, Racing 5pm.
Admission: FREE Grandstand Admission

Twitter: @EastBayRacePark
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Top Gun Sprints/East Bay Sprints, Late Models, 4 Cylinder Bombers, and Daytona Area Racing Association.
Time: Gates open 5:00pm, Racing 6:30pm.
Admission: Adults $12, Seniors 55 & Up $10, Teens 13-17 $7, Kids 12 & Under FREE.

Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Late Models, Turbo Stox, Pure Stocks, Legends, Bandoleros.
Time: Gates open at 4:00pm. Racing at 7:00pm.
Admission: Adults $12, Kids 8-12 $5.00, 7 and under FREE.

Twitter: @i44speedway
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Late Model, Modifieds, and Sportsman.
Time: Gates Open 5pm, Racing 7:30pm.
Admission: Grandstand Adults $20, Military $17, Juniors (11-15) $14, Children 10 & Under FREE. Tier Parking “Wild Side” Adults $25, Military Seniors $21, Juniors (11-15) $17, and Children 10 & Under FREE.

Twitter: @LPRaceway
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Late Models, Mod 4’s, Street Stocks, Iron Warriors,
Renegades, Pure 4’s, Powder Puffs, and Fireworks.
Time: Gates open 4pm, Racing 7pm.

Twitter: @MarshfieldMS
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Super Late Models, Super Stocks, CWMSA Mod 4’s, Bandits
Time: Gates Open 4:30pm, Qualifying 5pm, Racing 6:30pm.
Admission: Adults (15 & Older) $10, Students 9-14 $6, Kids 8 & Under FREE.

Saturday, September 1 2012 & Sunday, September 2, 2012
Divisions: Saturday – Vintage Mods/Sprints, ASA Modifieds, Street Stocks, Legends & Spectacular Drags. Sunday – Legends, B
Modifieds,Hornets, Thunderdogs.
Time: Gates Open 4pm, qualifying 5pm, Racing 6:30pm.
Admission: Adults $10, Senior/Military $7.50, Kids (7-11) $6, 6 & Under FREE.

Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Late Model Sportsman, Street Stocks, Front Wheel Drive, Mini Cup, Mod 4, Pure Stocks.
Time: Grandstands Open 2pm, Qualifying 6pm, Racing 7:30pm.

Sunday, September 2, 2012
Divisions: Super Late Models, Super Stocks, DQ Dogs Fab 4, Wisconsin Sport Trucks, Go Karts.
Time: Qualifying 4:45pm, Racing 6:00pm.
Admission: 11 & Older: $9, Seniors $7, 10 & Under FREE.

Saturday, September 1, 2012 & Monday, September 3, 2012
Divisions: Saturday – Rocky Mountain Challenge Series, Midgets, Sprints, Figure-8’s and Figure-8 Trains. Monday – Maverik Modifieds, Hornets, Supercups, and Doomsday Trailer Race.
Time: Gates Open 4pm, Qualifying 4:45pm, Racing 6pm.
Admission: Saturday – Reserved $20, Adults $15, Kids 5-12 FREE. Monday – Reserved $25, Adults $20, Youth (5-12) $5.

Twitter: @SkagitSpeedway
Friday, August 31, 2012 & Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: World of Outlaws Sprint Cars, Outlaw Hornets (Friday), and USAC Midgets (Saturday).
Time: Gates Open 5:00pm, Racing 7:00pm.
Admission: Each Night – Adults (18-64) $35, Juniors/Seniors/Military $25, Child (6 & Under) $10.

Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Late Models, Sportsman, Modifieds, Limited Stock Cars.
Time: Gates Open 5pm, On Track Activities 6:30pm.
Admission: Adults $12, seniors (60+) $10; military (active/retired w/ proper I.D.) $8, students 13 – 17 years old $6, children 7 to 12 $4 and children 6 and under admitted free. We offer a family pass for $25 (two adults and two children 12 and under).

Saturday, September 1, 2012
Divisions: Super Late Models, Sportsman, Pure Stocks, Mini Stocks, and Hornets
Time: Gates open 4pm, Racing at 6pm.
Admission: Adults $20, Students/Seniors/Military $15, Kids $5, Under 5 free with adult admission.

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The American Speed Association started as a single racing series in 1968 and is a fast growing racing sanctioning body today. The ASA Member Track program sanctions dirt and asphalt short tracks along with road courses around the United States, as well as a variety of regional and national touring series.For more information call (386) 258-2221, or send an email to [21] The latest news and information from all the racetracks and tours involved in the ASA can be found by visiting [22]

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Brian’s Tire Repair Autograph Night at Merrittville

Friday, August 31st, 2012

Thorold, Ontario–Brian’s Tire Repair Night at Merrittville Speedway finds one of the biggest supporters of local racers through all 5 Lucas Oil Weekly Racing Series Divisions presenting the 2012 Championship Chase Finale in Saturday September 1st’s Family Autograph Night.

“Race fans are in for a real treat,” exclaims (Merrittville GM) Erica Bicknell-Jones, “there is lots to settle throughout the top 12 in each division and prior to all the feature excitement – we’ll also have a real fan favorite event . Autograph Night!”

The 50 lap John Spencer Memorial Event for the Bobcat of Hamilton 358 Modified has Larry Lampman Jr. as the defending Race Winner in an event that honors John Spencer – a driver that lost his life back in the 50′s as a result of a racing accident at the former Stamford Race Track.

A winner’s list from the modern era includes Pete Bicknell, Fred Carleton, Chad Brachmann, Mike Bowman and defending Winner Lampman. The original annual trophy also includes former winners Jerry Winger, Murray Stricker, Bruce Van Dyke, George Winger, Bill Rafter, Sandy MacPherson and Lloyd Holt.

Three drivers could almost miss the night and still win their respective Point Championships as Cody McPherson appears to have his first Original Pizza Logs Sportsman Title wrapped up – leading his cousin BJ Willard by 76 points.

Turn 4 Collision 4 Cylinder defending champion Rocco Conte leads Tony Kelly by 80 points while former Hoosier Stock Champion Rob Murray leads his stepson Brad Sheehan by 111 points.

In the Bobcat of Hamilton 358 Modifieds, Pete Bicknell leads runner up Mat Williamson by 26 points while in the J&S Heating and Air Conditioning Modified Lites – Josh Sliter holds a 34 point edge on Derek Wagner.

Both drivers have a chance at their first titles but it will all depend on where they finish and most importantly – where the point leaders are.

If you look at each of the point races by clicking on

&nav_step=results you will see that through all the divisions some shuffling could go on as drivers look to advance in the standings . hold their positions or maybe bump someone out of the Top 12 for the all important Point Fund Awards being handed out at the Awards Banquet.

You really couldn’t ask for a better Lucas Oil Weekly Racing Series Show . but wait . there’s more!

During the course of the evening – all of Merrittville’s race teams will assemble on the front stretch for an Autograph Session. The gates at the start finish line will open and race fans of all ages can take part.

Every driver will have custom autograph cards to sign for you and many will have special treats for younger race fans as well!

It’s all part of Brian’s Tire Night at Merrittville Speedway.

Brian’s Tire Repairs specializes in Large Truck Repairs of Domestic and Foreign Vehicles. Call their 24 Hour Emergency Service number at 905-646-7508 for mobile service or visit their newly expanded and renovated St. Catharines location at 3 Petrie Street for all your Tire needs for cars and trucks. You can also visit Brian’s Tire Repair on line at

When the gates open at 5:30 Saturday September 1st – the grandstand front gate area should have quite a display of race cars as Team Brian’s Tire is well represented throughout all divisions Saturday Nights and in Kart Racing Tuesday Nights as well. Showtime is 7:00

For all the news on Merrittville Speedway’s 61st Consecutive Season in 2012 including the Brian’s Tire Repair Championship Chase Finale featuring the 50 lap John Spencer Memorial and Autograph Night – visit . For directions to Merrittville Speedway click on

Race fans and Race teams alike can follow Merrittville on Face Book ( Speedway) and Twitter (

Join us this season on a Saturday Night for a LUCAS OIL WEEKLY RACING SERIES EVENT featuring FIVE Divisions with local heroes and up and coming new stars. Make your plans . call your friends and maybe even get a carpool together and enjoy a staycation at the speedway with plenty of free parking and camping spots – a night at the races is so much fun and so close to home!

Make plans now for Merrittville Speedway’s only Sunday Show of 2012 when the Grantham Lions presents Smash-o-Rama featuring the $1000 to win 100 lap Enduro accelerated by Niagara College and the Freestyle Monster Truck Show featuring Aftershock and Krazy Train. It all begins at 12 Noon!

MERRITTVILLE SPEEDWAY SPONSORS The 2012 Lucas Oil Weekly Racing Series for Merrittville Speedway’s 5 Divisions is brought to race fans and racers by division sponsors – Bobcat of Hamilton, Original Pizza Logs, J&S Heating and Air Conditioning, Hoosier Tire Canada and Turn 4 Collision in addition to many marketing partners Visit them at and visit them when you require their products and/or services.

Lucas Oil Products is one the fastest growing additive lines in the consumer automotive industry featuring a premium line of oils, greases and problem solving additives. Through innovative product research and development along with aggressive marketing programs, Lucas Oil Products has established itself as the top selling additive in the industry.

Look for Lucas Oil Products at your favorite automotive retailer of maintenance centre including B&C Truck Centre, Drummond Home Hardware, KC Auto Parts, RCM Racing Equipment and Tim Phillips Garage

Romping Ruter roars in USMTS ‘Hunt’ feature at Fairmont

Friday, August 31st, 2012

FAIRMONT, Minn. – Ryan Ruter was unstoppable Wednesday night as the United States Modified Touring Series invaded the Fairmont Raceway for the first of five straight nights of racing and the Hunt for the USMTS Casey’s Cup reached the halfway point in the 18-race campaign.

Driving the #555 Sidebiter Chassis, the 28-year-old from Kanawha, Iowa, took the lead on the first lap from the outside of the front row and then led all 35 circuits to record his second feature win of the 2012 season and seventh of his career.

The win was worth $3,000 and completed a perfect night after winning his heat race and earning the most AFCO Passing Points among the 32-car field.

Within four laps around the big Martin County Fairgrounds half-mile oval, Ruter had nearly a half-straight-away advantage over Johnny Scott, but a caution flag on lap 5 erased the separation.

Ruter was gone again when the green flag returned. Meanwhile, Jason Hughes slipped by Scott on the restart while Zack VanderBeek, Kelly Shryock and Jason Krohn waged a three-car battle behind the wheel of their brand new race cars.

A late-race yellow flag gave Ruter’s chasers some false hope as he pulled away once again on the restart. Hughes narrowed the gap in the closing laps but crossed the finish line three car-lengths behind Ruter in second.

Scott nipped Shryock at the stripe for third while VanderBeek held on to a fifth-place finish ahead of Krohn. Defending USMTS national champion and new father Ryan Gustin wound up seventh, Stormy Scott came from 25th to nab the eighth spot, Jeremy Payne was ninth and points leader Rodney Sanders took tenth – his 27th top-10finish in 28 starts.

The USMTS teams head just 30 miles east on I-90 Thursday to compete at the Jackson Speedway for the first time since the 2010 season. The Iron Man Challenge featuring USRA Stock Cars and USRA B-Mods will also be in action with gates opening at 5 p.m., hot laps at 7 and racing at 7:30. Al Hejna and his #7 Snickers Modified will be at the Casey’s General Store at 603 3rd St. in Jackson from 12-2 p.m. on Thursday. While you’re there, pick up $2-off grandstand tickets for that night’s show.

The Jackson Speedway is a semi-banked half-mile gumbo clay oval located 0.25 mile south of I-90 (exit 73) on US 71, then 1.0 mile east on CR 38, then 1.0 mile south on CR 51. For more information call 507-841-1957 or visit online.

The five-race Labor Day Weekend swing through Minnesota moves to the Chateau Raceway in Lansing on Friday, Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley on Saturday and wraps up Sunday at the Dodge County Speedway in Kasson.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter at

ZLOOP™ Night At Hickory Motor Speedway Quickly On The Horizon

Friday, August 31st, 2012

HICKORY, North Carolina – - With the 2012 Motorsports season slowly beginning to come to a close across the Country, that could be farther from the truth as action is heating up at Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway and the upcoming ZLOOP™ night at the historic short track is vowing to be a night full of unforgettable memories.

ZLOOP™, the only national eWaste franchise that guarantees disposal of eWaste safely and securely, will offer a free ticket to race fans who bring an unwanted cell phone, computer or laptop to one of NASCAR’s premiere Home Tracks. Fans will be able to safely dispose their item at the ZLOOP™ Racing Recycling Center while also have access to ZLOOP’s free data-destruction service.

ZLOOP™ night, set for Saturday, September 8, will feature action from the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, Super Trucks, 4-Cylinders, Hobby’s And Mini-Cups.

“We are very excited about the upcoming ZLOOP night at Hickory Motor Speedway,” said Chris Knight, Director of Sports Marketing for ZLOOP™. “This is our opportunity to shine and let the race fans know that ZLOOP™ is here to stay. We are sure it’s going to be a great night full of racing in our backyard and we hope that we’ll be able to educate every race fan about eWaste as they bring their unwanted cell phone, computer or laptop.” Hickory Motor Speedway General Manager Kevin Piercy stated, “Hickory Motor Speedway welcomes the opportunity to be a part of ZLOOP ™ Computer and Electronics Recycling made EZ”s campaign to recycle computers, cell phones and other electronics that are presently filling up our landfills. HMS looks forward to partnering in with ZLOOP™ to bring awareness to these needs and help ZLOOP™ achieve the goals that they have set forth for this project beginning with this special upcoming ZLOOP™ Night at the races.”
Rising star and Mooresville, North Carolina-native Justin Boston will drive a ZLOOP™-sponsored Toyota Camry in the 100-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series contest, the highlighting race of the night at the 0.363-mile track.

Additionally, before racing takes the green flag, ZLOOP™ officials will make an announcement concerning their 2013 plans at their hometown-race track.

ZLOOP™ anticipates the opening of more than 100 franchises nationwide within the coming year and more than 455 by 2015. Each franchise will be owned and operated locally, hiring approximately 10 to 25 employees per franchise territory. For more information about franchise opportunities, call 1-855-949-3279 or email For more information on ZLOOP™ and its mission, please visit ( Follow ZLOOP™ Racing on Twitter @ZLOOPRacing. ZLOOP™ Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers: ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers (ZLOOP) make eWaste recycling easy. Encouraging the public to recycle old computers, cell phones, printers, electronic devices and phone systems, ZLOOP is the only national eWaste franchise that guarantees disposal of eWaste safely and securely.

Founded in Hickory, North Carolina in 2012, ZLOOP guarantees eWaste is recycled domestically and that hard drives are permanently destroyed of all information. ZLOOP is extremely mobile and able to handle any size job on-site with the same commitment to security, speed and auditing. ZLOOP is also compliant with federal, state and local government regulations for the safe and secure destruction of highly sensitive data, and is working toward certifications from the Responsible Recycling Practices for Electronics Recyclers (R2), U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Department of Defense, National Security Agency, Department of Homeland Security, ITAD, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACIA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). For more information on ZLOOP’s eWaste recycling services, call today at 1-855-WHY-EASY (1-855-949-3279) or visit the website, ZLOOP is a subsidiary of parent company EZ Computer Recycling Centers, for more information visit See just how easy it is to be green with eWaste. eWaste is Serious Waste. Recycle™.