Lockheed has their Skunks Works, Boeing their Phantom Works. Clandestine and super-duper secret project development teams and their wizardry that never see the light of day - until the powers that be allow it.
No one knows a scrape of what goes on in the bowels of these black art dens - but boy oh boy do they deliver knockout punches with their projects.
OBRC has our own den of product amazement. It's headed by Tim Elliott at Stacy Screen Print. The lad has an eye for all that is golden with visual punch. Think Mike Tyson with a PhD in English Literature and a Masters at MIT for Visual Rendering. Knock you out sucka.
Our 2020 Poster is thanks to
Tim Elliott - Stacy Screen Print
Mark Sherman - Langlois Brown
Matt Van Nostrand - Fulgas
Brent Prokop - S.P. Interiors
These will be proudly displayed within a few weeks at supporting businesses. If you would like one to display - contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtesy of the Lloyd family - this foot long eardrum-busting cannon was procured for it's ability to make dogs awake with fright but 17.89 kms away.
NOT for the logo on it - for the knowledge that racers on Weddell, Crowley, AND Ethel ( and all those canines in East Joe Rich ) will know it's go time. Prime Laps = Points and we gave away a truck load of 'em last year.
I'm not kidding - this Prime Lap ringer is going to be heard at every amber-serving establishment on Richter Street too. You think I'm kidding. . .
In the 80's, everyone ( when not stopping their cars with their feet like Barney Rubble ) made mixed tapes from vinyl.
Maxwell Audio did this commercial and the posters were of equal might in every young man's bedroom to the Farrah Fawcett red bikini one and Lamborghini Countach poster. The poster speaks for itself and exemplifies the scale of our Prime Lap Howiter.