|Klipsch Audio will sponsor Josef Newgarden's #67 Honda in the GP of Indy.|
INDIANAPOLIS (April 29, 2014) — Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing (SFHR) announced Tuesday, April 29 that Klipsch Audio will be its primary sponsor on the No. 67 entry for the inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis on Saturday, May 10.
Indianapolis-based Klipsch, a leading global manufacturer of premium speakers and headphones, has partnered with the Verizon IndyCar Series team since 2013 as an associate sponsor.
Josef Newgarden will drive the No. 67 Klipsch Dallara/Honda/Firestone car in the first IndyCar race on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's 16-turn permanent road course. The event will open the famed "Month of May" at IMS.
"Serving as the primary sponsor of Klipsch brand ambassador Josef Newgarden during Indianapolis' inaugural Grand Prix will be a legendary moment for our company," Klipsch CEO Paul Jacobs said. "Our relationship with the SFHR team has given us a direct link to the sport and its fans for which our headquarter city of Indianapolis is most known. We look forward to the upcoming race, as well as the continuation and growth of our partnership."
Said Sarah Fisher, co-owner of SFHR: "Bringing Klipsch as the primary sponsor to the inaugural Grand Prix will be fantastic, especially with its headquarters here and the excitement around that particular event. We are thankful for their increased involvement and know both SFHR and Klipsch will share the benefits of this great partnership in Indianapolis!"
Klipsch will use Newgarden's image on a full-size advertisement at the Indianapolis International Airport, creating increased exposure for the company's premium products to fans flying to Central Indiana for the Grand Prix of Indianapolis and the 98thIndianapolis 500 on Sunday, May 25.
Image of Klipsch advertisement to be displayed at Indianapolis International Airport
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