October 17, 2013
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DPress release: D’cor Visuals will debut it 2014 supercross/motocross graphics line during Monster Energy Cup at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev. D’cor founder Danny Dobey brings more the 15 years of bike graphic experience to D’cor and his commitment to innovation and quality has seen D’cor sign two championship winning teams for the 2014 season.
    Starting with press day at the Monster Energy Cup, D’cor graphics will be seen on both the Monster Energy Kawasaki and Geico Honda bikes.  Those two teams combined to sweep all five AMA Supercross and Motocross championships in 2013.
    “D’cor is all about using the best designers, materials and adhesives to give motorcycle owners a sense of pride in the look of their bike,” said Dobey. “We work with the fastest riders and best teams in the sport to develop the most authentic, highest quality functional graphics in the industry.”
    Based in the heart of supercross/motocross industry in Southern California, D’cor is building a network of powersports dealers that will allow the weekend rider to have a “factory” look on their motorcycle.
    “I have worked with Danny a lot over the years and when he approached me with the D’cor concept, I was very interested,” said Reid Nordin, Monster Energy Kawasaki senior manager of racing.  “As a championship winning program we demand the best from everyone we work with, and I know D’cor has a commitment to producing the highest quality graphics that will help us gain maximum exposure for our sponsors.”
    “We are excited to be working with D’cor, I have known Danny for a long time and I know we are going to have the best graphics in the industry,” said Geico Honda Co-Owner Jeff Majkrzak. “Like all racing programs we want to give our sponsors the best possible exposure. Working with D’cor we are able to create a quality graphics that put our team’s best foot forward.”
    Following the Monster Energy Cup on October 19, D’cor will slowly roll out its 2014 graphics collection at select dealers throughout the U.S. as well as being available online to the public at http://www.dcorvisuals.com


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