Feb 12, 2013
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Stefano Mesa to wear Forcefield Body Armour.
Motonation is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement for Colombian Stefano Mesa to wear Forcefield Body Armour in 2013 and beyond while competing in the AMA SuperSport series.
When Stefano was presented the Forcefield Body Armour he commented: "They look amazing. I will love to use them!!"
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More, from a press release issued by Colin Lolacher's publicist:
Retired Canadian Soldier Turned Real Estate Mogul Sponsors Local Superbike Rider.
Century 21 Real Estate Agent David Moriarity has come on board to sponsor Colin Lolacher of the Edmonton Motorcycle Roadracing Association (EMRA). Colin will be contesting the Amateur Superbike and Open Sportbike Championships this season aboard his Kawasaki zx10r.
"I am thrilled to be representing David and Century 21 on the track. David has a no BS approach to selling homes. If he doesn't think you or your family are a right fit for the home he is showing, then he will promptly tell you and will show you the next house. He really lets the homes sell themselves without all of the used car salesman tricks" said Colin Lolacher. "As an added bonus to this deal, any homes that are sold as a result of this sponsorship David will be making a personal donation to the Edmonton Humane Society!"
After growing up in Vancouver, David spent a year travelling, parachuting and working throughout Europe. After returning to Canada he spent 7 years in the Canadian Forces between the BC Regt., followed by the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light infantry. During his time with the PPCLI he was deployed to Kandahar and Helmand Province, Afghanistan as a member of the Red Devils. Upon release from the Armed Forces he remained in the Edmonton area to pursue business opportunities and manage his personal real estate portfolio, which eventually led him to obtaining his real estate licence. Real estate has always been a passion of his and he enjoys helping others realize the possibilities and benefits that can present themselves in the market place.
"As a CENTURY 21Â® Real Estate professional, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of the local Real Estate market is combined with the power of the CENTURY 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today. Take advantage of my VIP Buyer Agreement and let me assist you in finding your dream home, in a neighbourhood that is right for you, and in the price range you want. Or if you are interested in selling a property I also have the expertise to help you get the fastest sale possible and at the best price. look forward to the opportunity of working for you!"- David Moriarity
Thanks to all of my other sponsors- Empire Tyres, Pirelli, Vortex, JoyFoley Weddings and Design, The TinT Factory, and Delux Burger Bar
More, from a press release issued by PJ Jacobsen's publicist:
PJ Jacobsen announces Expanded Partnership with DesignStar 3
PJ Jacobsen has announced that his several-year-long working relationship with DesignStar 3 is continuing for the 2013 race season with Tyco Suzuki. Both parties speak of their excellent relationship, as well as the great opportunities they will have together.
PJ says, "I first met Nathan [of DesignStar 3] in 2011 and we hit it off right away. The work he has done for me in designing decals and wraps has really helped me to create a brand identity and to show off the logos of my other sponsors."
DesignStar 3 has been adorning PJ's motorcycles and vehicles with their signature-styled wraps since he was a member of Celtic Racing.
Moving forward to PJ's 2013 season with Tyco Suzuki in the UK, DesignStar 3 will providing the racer with his helmet design and wraps, as well as providing other design services in the States.
Nathan Granoff, founder of the company, states that, "It is a real pleasure working with PJ. He is sincere and hard-working both on and off the track. As we both grow our brands, we find that we have more and more goals in common."
The pair have together also announced plans for a PJ-branded clothing line to be revealed during this coming season. The clothing line will be available at both the DesignStar 3 website, , as well as on PJ's website.
For more information about PJ's racing and to keep an eye out for his upcoming clothing line, please visit .