19 Jan 09
Ergodyne Sponsors Hentges Racing Team
St. Paul, Minn. (December 17, 2008) – Ergodyne today announced a new sponsorship relationship with Shakopee, Minn.-based Hentges Racing. Ergodyne will supply the Snocross team’s pit crew with ProFlex gloves and knee pads, CORE Performance Work Wear, N-Ferno warming products and Arsenal Equipment Storage Systems. Hentges Racing will use Ergodyne products to more efficiently put the Team sleds out front and on the podium.
Ergodyne Sponsors Hentges Snocross Race Team
“Wresting with extreme elements is the norm for Snocross, and you need the best possible equipment to handle it,” said Nate Hentges, team co-owner. “So we are excited to now have access to Ergodyne’s large assortment of high-quality, high-tenacity products.”
Hentges Racing competes in the International Series of Champions organization, which promotes snocross racing on national and regional levels across the United States and Canada. The team has won the National Team of the Year crown for the past two seasons and has already claimed six podiums this season.
“We are proud to associate the Ergodyne name with Hentges Racing’s winning tradition, and we look forward to watching our products perform in this exciting, competitive environment,” said Tom Votel, Ergodyne President and CEO.
Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of products that Make The Workplace A Betterplace™. What started with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, Tenacious Work Gear®; all precision crafted to manage the elements, improve productivity and provide protection for workers on jobsites the world over. The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing: ProFlex® Hand Protection, ProFlex® Knee Pads, ProFlex® Supports, Skullerz® Head Protection, Skullerz® Eye Protection, Trex™ Footwear Accessories, Chill-Its® Cooling Products, N-Ferno® Warming Products, GloWear® Hi-Vis Apparel, Squids® Lanyards, Arsenal® Equipment Storage Systems, and CORE Performance Work Wear® and SHAX® Portable Work Shelters.