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Powerboat Nationals offers Vets initiative

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Powerboat Nationals is offering veteran-owned businesses across the United States the opportunity to build their brand using the power of motorsports marketing.

The national powerboat and jet ski racing series’ ‘Vets First‘ initiative is inviting veterans to promote their products and services through a wide variety of discounted team and series sponsorships, television and social media advertising, and race event activations.

Powerboat Nationals’ 2019 racing will be delivered to over 73 Million households in the United States and Canada on television networks that include MAVTV, Fox Sports Southeast, and AT&T Sports Networks.

According to Vetrepreneur magazine, veterans own and operate more than 2.5 million businesses in the United States.

Managing Director Dan Bunting commented on the initiative:

Powerboat Nationals’ media are a powerful way to promote any business.

We are excited to support our nation’s veterans by helping them affordably build awareness of their brands through our television, social media, and racing events across our country.

Jarred Romesburg, series Director of Communications and Media continued:

We have a large number of veterans in the Powerboat Nationals family and discounting our opportunities to vetrepreneurs has been a topic of conversation for quite some time.

As a Marine Corps veteran and business owner, I know the media we have developed will help my fellow veterans build brand.

To learn more about the opportunities, interested veterans should contact Randy Claypoole, Powerboat Nationals’ Director of Business Development, at randy@powerboatnationals.com.

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