Four Star Lettering
Continues Tradition of Quality With "Best of Show" Recognition At
The Four Star Lettering and Graphics tradition of quality continues in
The Brian Hirthler-operated graphics business opened the season with a
splash at Motorsports 2012 presented by Small Engine Fuels Jan. 20-22 at
the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center of Oaks, Pa. Four Star Lettering's
display received "Best of Show" recognition from Len Sammons Motorsports
Productions show staff. Motorsports 2012 featured 250,000 square feet of
"Winning the 'Best of Show' award for the first time was an honor," said
Four Star owner Hirthler. "There are so many great people and displays in
the show. The Sammons family puts together a great show year in and year
The Four Star Lettering and Graphics "Victory Lane" display at Motorsports
included the SP Motorsports No. 29 owned by Sal Piazza and driven by
teenager Sammy Piazza of Lawrenceville, N.J. Piazza will compete at Big
Diamond (Pa.) Speedway and New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway regularly.
"I've got to thank Sal, Sammy and the Piazza family for being a part of
the weekend," Hirthler said.
Hirthler offered appreciation to all those who contributed to Motorsports
"I appreciate my brother (Kevin Hirthler), my parents, family and Team 117
for helping with the booth," Hirthler said. "Ms. Motorsports 2011/Ms. Four
Star Karen Heisey signed autographs in the booth and took pictures with
fans. Donnie Miller provided the authentic checkered flag in the display
and my side-kick Kurt Spotts worked alongside me in the shop and at the
show. I've got to thank all the photographers who hooked me up with some
Outside of the Four Star display, Kevin
Albert Jr.'s Four Star-lettered No. 3A Ollie's Bargain Outlet Modified was
prominently displayed in the BD Motorsports Media booth, while the Kyle
Weiss No. 21k, featuring a Hirthler graphics package, took center stage in
the RAACE Foundation setup.
Motorsports 2012 served as a promising kick-off to the season for Four
"I've been fortunate to build up an outstanding customer base," Hirthler
said. "I'm looking forward to a great season and seeing everyone at the
For further information on Four Star Lettering, a full-service graphics
shop, contact Hirthler via e-mail at
by phone at 215.234.4250 or on the web:
Four Star is located at 100 Gravel Pike (P.O.
Box 468) Green Lane, PA 18054.
Four Star Lettering Kicks Off
2011 Season With Successful Motorsports Visit
GREEN LANE, PA - Four Star Lettering & Graphic Design enjoyed a
successful weekend at Motorsports 2011 presented by SEF.
The Green Lane, Pa.-based company was centered in an eye-catching
display featuring Kevin Hirthler's new BPG Racing No. 117 358-Modified
during the three-day show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in
Oaks, Pa. A total of 10 Four Star-lettered race cars were part of the
26th annual "mid-winter motorsports extravaganza" organized by Len
Sammons Motorsports Productions.
"It was a successful weekend for us," said Four Star owner Brian
Hirthler. "I want to thank all the customers that stopped by to visit
and talk about the upcoming season. I owe a lot to my brother Kevin and
sister-in-law Steph for all their hard work and time. I'm grateful for
their support and thank BPG Racing and Team 117 for preparing an awesome
race car to display.
"Kenny, Justin and Jason helped a ton with the booth over the weekend.
Chris Budihas and Bob Yurko offered their photography skills. The show
wouldn't go on without the Sammons family and Area Auto Racing News
staff. They did another great job with the show."
Hirthler offered special thanks to Karin Noelle, who represented Four
Star Lettering in the BPG Racing Ms. Motorsports pageant and took home
the title of Ms. Motorsports 2011.
Four Star customers Jones Racing Products (Best Appearing Race Car
Display) and Brett Deyo Motorsports Media (Best Track/Club Display) were
recognized by show management as award winners.
Four Star customers with cars on display were Kevin Hirthler (No. 117
358-Mod), Craig Von Dohren (No. 1c 358-Mod), Duane Howard (No. 4
358-Mod), Ron Seltmann (No. 19 358-Mod), Kyle Weiss (No. 21K 358-Mod),
C.J. Jones (pavement Mod), Daryl Dissinger (No. R2C Sportsman), Sean
Merkel (No. 118 Late Model), Ryan Suchon (No. 37 XCel 600 Mod) and Buddy
Sload (No. 53Jr. TQ Midget).
"The show got our 2011 season off to a good start," Hirthler said. "It's
just the beginning. I look forward to serving the motorsports industry
with their graphic design and lettering needs."
Four Star Lettering & Graphic Design Pays
Successful Visit To Motorsports 2010
OAKS, PA - Four Star Lettering & Graphic Design took
a step into the spotlight on Jan. 22-24 during the Len Sammons
Motorsports Productions Motorsports 2010 presented by VP's Street
The 25th anniversary of the mid-winter auto-racing trade show proved
to be a successful outing for the Green Lane, Pa.-based graphics
business owned and operated by Brian Hirthler.
The Four Star display, which included the Kevin Hirthler No. 117
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series 358-Modified and Johnny Rea-owned
No. R1 small-block to be driven by Rick Laubach in 2010, was
recognized with the 'Best Appearing Race Car Display' by show
Four Star was represented outside of its display by
customers Kyle Weiss (358-Modified No. 21K), Daryl Dissinger
(Sportsman No. X5) and Ryan Suchon (No. 37 XCel 600 Modified), all of
whom showed their cars in conjunction with the RAACE Foundation.
"I'd like to thank Team 117 and Johnny Rea Motorsports for allowing me
to display their cars and my other customers who took part in the
show," said Hirthler, whose business made its first Motorsports
During the weekend, the Four Star display was outfitted
with cameras facilitating a live video feed hosted on
The video link, posted on the
message board, drew over 2,500 hits during the weekend.
Ms. Motorsports 2010 Danielle Wilson of Stephens City,
Va., visited the Four Star display on Sunday, having earned her crown
at the show on Saturday evening. Ms. Wilson took the time to pose in
Four Star apparel during her visit.
"A thank-you goes out to Len Sammons Motorsports
productions and its staff for being so helpful throughout the show and
my biggest thanks goes to my brother, Kevin, and Team 117 members
Kenny, Justin, Brandon, Jason and Steph for help preparing the booth
and my parents: without their support I wouldn't have the opportunity
to get where I am today," he said.
Hirthler also extended appreciation to show attendees.
"To everyone that stopped by, I say thanks for the great comments
about the cars," he said. "I look forward to working with you and
helping with your future vinyl graphics needs. I'm ready for the 2010
season and I'm already counting down to Motorsports 2011."
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