Hi-Tide Boat Lifts' initial foray into racing began earlier this year when the company announced title sponsorship of the #91 JDC MotorSports Pro Mazda entry piloted by Kyle Connery, 24, of Vero Beach. The sponsorship is part of the 36-year-old company's initiative to "lift" communities and encourage them to pursue their dreams.
A leader and pioneer in the boat lift manufacturing industry, Hi-Tide's partnership will encompass multiple platforms including branding, event title sponsorship and contingency awards through 2017. A key component of its involvement will include the hosting of inspirational activities for local Boys & Girls Club of America children at race events.
"We are very pleased to welcome the Hi-Tide Boat Lifts team to our partnership lineup for all three series," said Dan Andersen, Owner and CEO of Andersen Promotions. "People are very passionate about boating just like they are about racing so there is already a lot of synergy between our camps. We look forward to growing our new relationship."
Hi-Tide operates one of the largest boat lift manufacturing facilities in the United States and has a dealer network of 240 professionals covering 21 states as well as Canada and the Caribbean.
"Our mission is to be a safe, passionate, fun part of your boat ownership experience," said Craig Wood, President of Hi-Tide Boat Lifts. "When we create a great experience for our customers and anyone else who interacts with us, the world becomes a better place. Hi-Tide raises all ships."
All three levels of the Mazda Road to Indy will be in action on the streets of Toronto with doubleheader rounds on Saturday and Sunday, June 13/14, in support of the Verizon IndyCar Series. Indy Lights will feature same day race coverage on NBCSN at 2:00 pm ET Sunday and live coverage on IMS Radio Network to Sirius XM Satellite Radio, indycar.com, indycarradio.com and the INDYCAR app from Verizon. Live timing and commentary for all three series is available on the Mazda Road to Indy App with behind-the-scenes features on RoadToIndy.TV. The USF2000 Toronto rounds will be featured in one of four NBCSN highlight shows which will include Pro Mazda racing from the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.