TBR Hoists SANY America Into NASCAR


Mooresville, NC (January 31, 2013) - 
Tommy Baldwin has been gradually building his race team since 2009. He’s endured a fledgling economy and has managed to maintain a presence in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Now, he’s seeing his patience and hard work pay off.

Tommy Baldwin Racing is pleased to announce that the building continues, as they introduce SANY America to NASCAR as a major sponsorship partner for 2013.With Dave Blaney at the wheel, SANY America will serve as the primary sponsor on the No. 7 Chevrolet SS for 14 Sprint Cup Series events and associate partner for 22 races, starting with the Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on March 3rd. The relationship was forged with the help of Al Heinke, owner of Mohawk Construction and co-owner of TBR.

Started in 1989 by college roommates, SANY is now the sixth largest industrial equipment company in the world. With global sales of their cranes, concrete pump machinery, excavators, and other heavy-duty equipment, they reported revenues of over $12 billion US in 2012.

SANY America opened its doors in Peachtree City, Georgia in 2007 as a division of SANY. All of the units they sell in the United States are designed specifically for the US market, using well known globally produced components, and are backed by an above-industry-standard two-year/4,000 hour warranty. Since opening in the U.S. two years ago, SANY America has sold over 150 cranes to customers across the country through selected dealers.

Team owner, Tommy Baldwin, Jr. is excited about opportunities that lie ahead  for both companies. “As an organization, we’re proud to have brought a new company into NASCAR. Both TBR and SANY America are achieving a milestone together. We’re looking forward to being able to show them great benefits that a NASCAR sponsorship can offer.”

“We’re excited to start this venture with Tommy Baldwin Racing and NASCAR,” said Kyle Nape, vice president of global sales and marketing at SANY America. “Many of our customers are NASCAR fans, so this partnership is a great way for us get our name out there. We’re looking forward to a great season with a great team.”

About SANY:

SANY America is a manufacturer of heavy equipment, including crawler cranes, rough terrain cranes, crawler excavators and port machinery. SANY America has an operations, assembly and research and development center in Peachtree City, Georgia. Globally, SANY is a leader in the manufacture and sale of hoisting equipment, concrete machines, road machinery, port equipment, excavators, mining equipment, pile-driving machinery and wind turbines. SANY employs more than 70,000 people around the world. For more information, please visit their website.

 

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Jeff JURASICH

01/31/2013 at 11:16 PM

Great news, goes to show if you keep digging good thing come,Dave is 1 of the best in the business ,he will show the smaller teams can grow, and now with a little bit of racing luck he will get the finishes we all know he never got to show, go Dave and TBR go!!

hugelight

02/01/2013 at 4:22 PM

I think it is so cool that TBR has come this far, I think things are only go up from here!

Gary Rentfro

02/01/2013 at 7:11 PM

You have the very best driver! Both in personality, entegrity, and driving ability on dirt and pavement!

GO TBR & Both Blaney’s

lane

02/02/2013 at 4:16 AM

Great new corporate sponsor to set the stage for the #7 with Dave at the helm!

Walter Newcomb

02/02/2013 at 1:40 PM

It has been great to hear all of the announcements all week. All of us on the Island are really enthusiastic that TBR has the opportunity for a breakout season. Good luck Tommy and keep up the great work.
-W

(PS Check with your IT people. Volume of the sponsor spots prior to your videos is clear. Actual video from TBR shops seem to be inaudible.)

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