Team Aruba shares paradise with fans


Competing in IHRA President’s Cup Nationals

Courtesy photo In addition to competing in racing events like this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals at the Maryland International Raceway, Team Aruba also works to promote tourism in their home country of Aruba. As part of their efforts to support tourism, the team recently visited the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and presented them with commemorative team uniforms. Here Team Aruba driver Trevor Eman and his father, team owner Ven Eman (both standing on the right), present uniforms to Mark Benson and Patrick Melchiors with Aruba Tourism Authority.


Courtesy photo In addition to competing in racing events like this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals at the Maryland International Raceway, Team Aruba also works to promote tourism in their home country of Aruba. As part of their efforts to support tourism, the team recently visited the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and presented them with commemorative team uniforms. Here Here Team Aruba driver Trevor Eman and his father, team owner Ven Eman (both standing on the right), present uniforms to Barbara Brown and Hendrick Croes with Aruba Airport Authority N.V.


UNION — Team Aruba is always easy to spot in their brightly colored uniforms that match their eye-catching Pro Stock Mustang.

The team debuted new uniforms this year and recently presented a commemorative one to partners Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA). Together, Team Aruba, AAA and ATA work to promote ‘The One Happy Island’ and showcase all Aruba has to offer to travelers worldwide.

Trevor Eman, pilot of the Aruba.com Mustang, and the rest of Team Aruba have arrived at Maryland International Raceway for this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals where they will continue their promotional efforts through their 200+ MPH Mustang.

“We are looking forward to this weekend in Budds Creek to be able to talk to all the fans about Aruba and our Airport,” Eman emphasized. “As a matter of fact, where we are here in Maryland is very close to the Baltimore airport, which has direct flights to Aruba. Many people may not know that access to a paradise vacation is that easy. We plan to let the fans in attendance here know that Aruba is a short flight away.

“We enjoyed our recent visits to the Aruba Tourism Authority and Aruba Airport Authority,” he continued. “Presenting them with a uniform was a small way of extending our gratitude for their partnership in our efforts. We are very grateful for their support and hope they tune in to watch us this weekend through the Live Feed.”

Qualifying began Friday evening with two rounds. A final qualifying session will be held this (Saturday) afternoon with eliminations to follow. The entire event will be broadcast live at MotorManiaTV.com. Eman currently sits third in IHRA Championship Points standings and will be looking for a win to advance his standings as the series nears the halfway point in the season.

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Courtesy photo In addition to competing in racing events like this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals at the Maryland International Raceway, Team Aruba also works to promote tourism in their home country of Aruba. As part of their efforts to support tourism, the team recently visited the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and presented them with commemorative team uniforms. Here Team Aruba driver Trevor Eman and his father, team owner Ven Eman (both standing on the right), present uniforms to Mark Benson and Patrick Melchiors with Aruba Tourism Authority.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Aruba-Uniform-1.jpgCourtesy photo In addition to competing in racing events like this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals at the Maryland International Raceway, Team Aruba also works to promote tourism in their home country of Aruba. As part of their efforts to support tourism, the team recently visited the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and presented them with commemorative team uniforms. Here Team Aruba driver Trevor Eman and his father, team owner Ven Eman (both standing on the right), present uniforms to Mark Benson and Patrick Melchiors with Aruba Tourism Authority.

Courtesy photo In addition to competing in racing events like this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals at the Maryland International Raceway, Team Aruba also works to promote tourism in their home country of Aruba. As part of their efforts to support tourism, the team recently visited the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and presented them with commemorative team uniforms. Here Here Team Aruba driver Trevor Eman and his father, team owner Ven Eman (both standing on the right), present uniforms to Barbara Brown and Hendrick Croes with Aruba Airport Authority N.V.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Aruba-Uniform-2.jpgCourtesy photo In addition to competing in racing events like this weekend’s IHRA President’s Cup Nationals at the Maryland International Raceway, Team Aruba also works to promote tourism in their home country of Aruba. As part of their efforts to support tourism, the team recently visited the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) and Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) and presented them with commemorative team uniforms. Here Here Team Aruba driver Trevor Eman and his father, team owner Ven Eman (both standing on the right), present uniforms to Barbara Brown and Hendrick Croes with Aruba Airport Authority N.V.
Competing in IHRA President’s Cup Nationals

This story courtesy of Team Aruba.

This story courtesy of Team Aruba.

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