The folks from PrivacyStar are celebrating a bit after their sponsored Porsche 911 GT3 driven by Patrick Long won the 2011 GT Drivers Championship in the Pirelli World Challenge at Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia.
If you're not familiar with PrivacyStar, they offer a complete solution for call blocking, text blocking, call lookup and even caller ID on Android devices. The app offers a free 7-day trial in the Android Market but not wanting to leave anyone out of their celebrations, they've offered up some free PrivacyStar licenses to Android Central readers.
If you're looking to win one of the four licenses available just drop a comment in the Android Central forums and we'll pick some winners for Monday, until then -- you can jump on past the break for the full press release as well as a link to the 7-day free trial of PrivacyStar.
Patrick Long Wins 2011 GT Drivers’ Championship in #45 PrivacyStar Porsche
Long Claimed the Title at the Pirelli World Challenge Delivering the First Championship to TruSpeed Motorsports
CONWAY, Ark. – Oct. 5, 2011 – PrivacyStar, maker of the smartphone application that enables users to take control of their mobile phone, today announced that Patrick Long claimed the GT Drivers’ Championship driving the #45 PrivacyStar Porsche in the Pirelli World Challenge at Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia. Long delivered the first championship to the TruSpeed Motorsports team.
The #45 PrivacyStar is a Porsche 911 GT3 and is a part of the TruSpeed Motorsports team. The Pirelli World Challenge is a North American auto racing series that is sanctioned by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and consists of three classes: Grand Touring, GTS and Touring Car. Each season consists of about 10 rounds with each race having a 50-minute time limit. “We are very excited to be a part of the Pirelli World Challenge series, and we could not be happier with the success of Patrick Long as our driver,” said Jeff Stalnaker, CEO of PrivacyStar. “Sponsoring a car and being a part of a championship team has been a great experience for PrivacyStar and we are looking forward to continuing our relationship with the series and with the TruSpeed racing team next year.”
PrivacyStar, a smartphone application for Android and BlackBerry, provides a unique set of features in phone privacy, protection and preference that gives users complete control of their phone. Offering 13 features for $2.99 a month, PrivacyStar features include the ability to block calls, with over 120 million numbers blocked to date, as well as a Caller ID function that is traditionally only found on landline phones. Other features include the ability for users to easily file telemarketing and debt collector complaints directly with the Federal Trade Commission for telemarketer and debt collector violations, text message blocking, do not disturb, caller lookup and a directory assistance feature that does not track or sell data.
To view images of the #45 PrivacyStar Porsche please visit the PrivacyStar Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/privacystar.
PrivacyStar, a smartphone application, provides consumers with the top of the line in phone privacy, protection and preference and is the only network-based service to provide these features to wireline, wireless, VoIP users and smartphones. Based in Conway, Arkansas, PrivacyStar has years of regulatory experience working with both Federal and State bodies to define and understand all aspects of consumer protection laws and regulations, and has patented numerous privacy and preference solutions.
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