Greenwood, IN – As the team looks forward to the festivities of May in Indianapolis kicking off in just over a month, Jonathan Byrd’s Racing, which will be contesting the Indianapolis 500 with Bryan Clauson in partnership with Dale Coyne Racing, is pleased to introduce their newest sponsor, Race Deck Garage Floors.
RaceDeck Garage Floors (www.racedeck.com) is a division of SnapLock Industries (www.snaplock.com), the industry leader in modular flooring. If you have a modular flooring need, their motto is “we’ve got you covered.” For nearly four decades, the family at SnapLock has manufactured the industry’s most innovative and premium brand modular flooring products on the planet. In addition to RaceDeck Garage Floors, SnapLock Industries products include SnapSports Athletic Floors & Multi-Courts, SnapLock Dance Floors, SnapLock Event Floors, DuraGrid Safety Matting & Decking, and FastDeck Portable Flooring.
Jorgen Moller (CEO) & Kerry Moller (COO) head up the family who essentially created an industry over 30 years ago. There is not a company in their range of categories with more hands-on experience within the management team than that of SnapLock Industries. Along with flooring, Jorgen and Kerry share a passion for cool cars, bikes and racing. CEO Jorgen Moller has even cruised across the Bonneville Salt Flats at 200 miles per hours in his ’32 highboy roadster!
CEO Jorgen Moller talked about the company’s sponsorship of Bryan and the Jonathan Byrd’s team: “The family at SnapLock Industries is thrilled to join the team for this once in a century event. Similar to the Byrd family’s diverse ventures in racing, hospitality, restaurants, and hotels, SnapLock Industries manufactures a diverse range of products that includes our RaceDeck Garage Floors. Our array of products has enabled us to create a partnership that meshes easily with the Byrd organization. We are excited to see the RaceDeck logo on Bryan’s car, and even more excited to see this relationship grow.”
Bryan Clauson added: “We’re announcing new sponsors so often that I’m almost running out of things to say. This one’s pretty easy though, because I can tell you that I’m going to have to hit them up for a RaceDeck Garage Floor for my new house and for my race shop.”
“We’re proud to welcome Jorgen, Kerry, and everybody at SnapLock to the team for the 100th Running of the Indianapolis 500 and to the growing family of the Jonathan Byrd’s Hospitality & Restaurant Group,” said Jonathan Byrd. “It’s always satisfying to add a new partner to our program, and especially so when it’s an industry leader like SnapLock. The RaceDeck logo will be a fantastic addition to the Dale Coyne/Jonathan Byrd’s Racing #88 IndyCar.”
With products proudly made in the USA, SnapLock engineers, manufactures, and ships from their headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. SnapLock Industries has been awarded ISO 9001:2008 Certification for its Quality Management System, demonstrating its uncompromising commitment to manufacturing and providing the highest quality products and services to its customers. Consistently improving and innovating within their 100,000 square foot, environmentally-friendly, manufacturing facility that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, SnapLock employs over 130 team members and boasts a distribution network of over 400 dealers, resellers, and distributors worldwide.
SnapLock floors have been featured on This Old House, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, SPEED, ESPN 2, The Discovery Channel, My Classic Car, Graveyard Carz, Bitchin’ Rides and many other programs.
RaceDeck Garage Floors joins a diverse and growing list of 2016 supporters that includes Cancer Treatment Centers of America, University Loft Company, Loft Furniture, Loft Motors, Vantage Hotels, Lexington Hotels, E&K Construction, Dooling Machine, WHMB TV40, Freedom 95 Radio, Reising Radio Partners, (KORN Country 100.3, QMix 107.3, MOJO 102.9), Tilson HR, CBS Sports 1430, ZOOMERS RV, VisionAire Jets, Timothy Plan, TownePost Network, JR Billboards, ComedySportz Indianapolis, R.E. Griesemer, the Indy Fuel, B&H Contractors, Ward’s Apparel, Indy Trading Post, Murello’s Uptown Bail Bonds, and Hopegivers International.