Harry Hruska of Precision Distributors is no stranger to helping racers, tracks, and sanctioning bodies. Since his founding of Precision Distributors back in 1987 then rebranding the name to Precision Turbo & Engine in early 1993, Harry has focused on the needs of the racing community. In a current project with Precision Distributors his objective is to help track operators be ready for racers and fans to re-open with needed supplies such as face masks and hand sanitizer.
The unique part of what Precision Distributors is offering compared to some other suppliers involves affordable 3-ply face masks, and hand sanitizer that comes in hard to find liquid spray and gel pump bottles. Harry offered some insight on his current project. “Race track operators are dealing with a lot of guidelines from their state and local authorities to re-open. We want try and make it a little easier with high quality, relatively inexpensive supplies. We have bulk quantities of common face masks and USP FDA grade bottled spray sanitizer that can be ordered today for use by track staff at ticket gates, staging lines, race control, starting line, and concession areas where track personnel come in contact with customers. The same products like masks and personal size hand sanitizer that fits in a pocket, tow vehicle, or backpack can also be given or sold to customers at the track so everyone has access to it.”
Precision Distributors has been helping first responders and the general health community with supplies for the past 60-days, and recognizes the same needs for track operators that are starting to re-engage with the public. “Racing is my passion like so many other competitors and fans. We’ve been talking to a lot of track operators this week about getting them supplies, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. It’s great to help in any way to get the sport we all love back on track.”