BRASELTON, Ga. (Apr. 27) — The KWR Superbike team is heading into Road Atlanta in Braselton, Ga. this weekend for the second round of the MotoAmerica series. Excelsus Solutions will title sponsor the #33 Superbike for the Georgia round with rider Kyle Wyman.
Excelsus Solutions is a manufacturer of high quality print products based in Rochester, NY, and provides marketing solutions for KWR in the way of banners, table covers, posters, decals and much more. Every branding product in the Kyle Wyman Racing pit area has been provided by Excelsus Solutions.
“I’m excited to announce our second single-event title deal for the season on behalf of Excelsus Solutions,” Wyman said. “Mark has been a part of my program for 5 seasons now and has played an integral role in the look, and the growth, of KWR. We’re pumped to put together this level of exposure for Excelsus Solutions and their employees who have worked so hard for my program.”
Excelsus Solutions jumped at the opportunity to boost exposure for the Atlanta round with KWR. The second-year Superbike team shares the same core vision as the established print provider: Strive for excellence.
“I have gotten to know Kyle very well both on and off the track in the last few years,” said Mark Laniak, President and CEO of Excelsus Solutions. “Our name, Excelsus, signifies always striving to be better and to never lose sight of the top. Kyle is always striving to be the best. Whether that is in providing quantified value to his sponsors, teaching riders to be safer and faster, owning and managing his race team or being the best he can be when competing on the track. I can’t think of a better ambassador for this sport than Kyle. His passion, honesty and humility are inspiring. So supporting his program has been, and will continue to be, an easy decision.”
Visit www.excelsussolutions.com for more information.
Watch for the #33 Excelsus Solutions/Lucas Oil/KWR Yamaha Superbike this weekend at Road Atlanta, in Braselton, Ga. LIVE coverage begins on BeIN Sports Connect with Superpole qualifying, Saturday April 29 on BeIN 6.
LIVE coverage of both Superbike races on Saturday April 29 and Sunday April 30 will be on BeIN Sports Network.
For the complete series schedule, visit www.motoamerica.com