We've got a lot of friends here at the Carey and Coffey show and we thought they all deserved some recognition. We invite you to read about our friends below and visit their websites, poke around and then we'll get credit for a click through which will make us look good. Here they are in no particular order. Except they're alphabetical.
The Chrome Horn
The Chrome Horn is the BEST website for shortrack news. Especially if you are a fan of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour like we are. Visit them online HERE. Tell Fran we said hello.
Dover International Speedway
Dover International Speedway is one of our favorite places. The racing is super exciting and Matt and Jay got into their one and only fight on the way back from a weekend at Dover. Broadcasting from Dover is fun, watching the races at Dover is fun and sleeping in a motorhome used to be fun.
Do you like our website? Pretty narly, right? The folks at Envionwise really hooked us up. They designed it, launched it and even taught the Carey and Coffey staff how to update it. We aren't a bright group, so that deserves some kudos. Visit Envisionwise HERE.
Frontstretch.com has been a good friend of the Carey and Coffey Show for many years. They do a great job at covering NASCAR news, but more importantly they have a TON of great columnists with varying opinions on the sport. Literally a ton. Go to their website and take a look - they must pay really well to get all these columnists. You can listen to Danny Peters from frontstretch on our show each week. By the way - the editor and chief Tom Bowles isn't the best swimmer in the world. Visit frontstretch.com online HERE.
Grand Prix New York
Grand Prix New York is were Matt learned the fine art of Kart Racing. At GPNY he honed his skills to become a champion. And by champion we mean he finished 4th in a racing league once. (Way to go Matt). Seriously though, the racing is awesome at GPNY and we highly recommend it. If you want to look good, take Jay with you, he drives like a Grandma. Visit them online HERE.
Kee Limousine is the official transportation company of the Carey and Coffey Show. They've driven Carey and Coffey all over the tri-state area. Matt and Jay always make it a point to bore their drivers with pointless NASCAR talk during the ride. Kee Limo even drove Matt and his wife to the airport for their honeymoon. Matt forgot the name of the driver - but he does remember that he plays the trumpet. Visit them online HERE
Moby in the Morning
Moby in the Morning is a GREAT morning show that can be heard on Country Stations all across the country. You can catch Carey and Coffey on Moby in the Morning on Friday's at 7:45am to talk about NASCAR. While Moby is a smart fella we can't figure out why he has us two Yankees as his NASCAR reporters. He couldn't find anyone better and more Southern? As Moby always says "Yeah Baby". Visit Moby in the Morning online HERE.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
New Hampshire Motor Speedway has been mighty good to us over the years. Not only are they one of our valued sponsors they are the track that we've called our 'home track' for years. Broadcasting 2 times a year from the infield for the past several years the staff at NHMS has always welcomed us. That's cool, because we aren't used to being welcome most places we go. Visit NHMS online HERE.
Performance Racing Network
You can hear many NASCAR races broadcast live on radio stations across the country courtesy of PRN. (That stands for Performance Racing Network). They do a fantastic job at relaying the excitement at the track to you on the radio. Doug Rice the President and GM of PRN adds a little credibility to the Carey and Coffey Show throughout the year as well. (A little). Visit them online HERE.
What is a VidSig? Good question. It stands for Video Signature. What does it do? It lets your customers "meet" you through a real and relevant video that will amp up your credibility. (This of course applies to you if you have a company or sell a product you are passionate about). If being in front of a camera makes you vomit, then this company isn't for you. The guy who owns this company is the big-voice guy on our show. We like him - he works for free. (For us, not you).