HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – The Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX Team is proud to announce that they have partnered with Casper, Wyoming-based Moser Energy Systems. Moser Energy Systems produces natural gas fired engines that capture raw natural gas released at oil drilling sites and converts those gases into energy. In an industry where 95 percent of the energy created on site is powered by diesel engines, the environmentally friendly and efficient Moser solution has tremendous growth potential.
“Moser Energy Systems is a family business just like Joe Gibbs Racing,” said Coy Gibbs. The folks at Moser are motocross enthusiasts and we are excited about the partnership and enjoy working with the people there,” he added. “Several of us ride at a track that we maintain near our shop, so we have an affinity to the sport. We are also interested to see how Moser Energy Systems may appeal to some of the companies within the Joe Gibbs Racing partner network, as several of their technical partners are involved in mining and related operations,” said Jakob Norman, Moser Energy Systems Vice President.
Wienerschnitzel, the iconic hotdog brand founded in 1961 by then 23-year-old John Galardi, Sr. is now the official hotdog of the Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX Team. The brand, which sells 120 million hot dogs a year and has 350 stores in ten western states, will also be the official chili and corn dog of the team.
“We are expanding and want to extend our brand to a younger audience. Supercross and motocross with its young trend-setting fans is a perfect match for our strategic plans,” said JR Galardi, son of the late John Galardi.
“When we first began talking with JR everyone was telling me how great their food was, as most of the team had previously lived and worked on the West Coast,” said Coy Gibbs. “We have enjoyed getting to know JR and Dennis (Dennis Tase is the President) and look forward to a fun and rewarding relationship with the brand."
The new partnerships will debut at the 2014 Monster Energy Cup this Saturday, Oct. 18 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev. Fox Sports 2 will broadcast the event live starting at 9:00 p.m. (EST). Fox Sports 1 will re-air the action Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:00 p.m. (EST).