Kevin Harvick Inc. Lands E-Z-GO Sponsorship for Ron Hornaday, Jr.
Kevin Harvick Inc. and E-Z-GO have announced a seven-race sponsorship deal for Ron Hornaday, Jr.'s No. 33 Chevrolet.
E-Z-GO, a Textron company, makes golf carts for leisure and work, and a line of utility vehicles used in various industries.
The company is set to promote it's first street-legal vehicle, the E-Z-GO 2Five on Hornaday's Chevrolet.
The 2Five looks like a luxurious golf cart that comes with options for headlights, tail lights, a windshield with a wiper, seat belts, and mirrors.
It'll hit a top speed of 25 mph, can be titled, and licensed drivers can operate the 2Five on most public roads that have a posted speed limit of 35 miles or less.
I've actually seen a couple of them at the Villages here in Florida, and they look pretty cool.
"We are excited to grow our partnership with Kevin Harvick Inc. and Ron Hornaday, and take advantage of this unique opportunity to promote the 2Five," said Kevin Holleran, president of E-Z-GO.
"I'm really excited to have E-Z-GO join the No. 33 Truck Series team," Hornaday said.
"E-Z-GO's schedule of races hit several good tracks for me and I'm looking forward to taking KHI and E-Z-GO back to victory lane."
"We're very happy to team E-Z-GO and Ron Hornaday for seven races throughout this season," Harvick said.
"Atlanta Motor Speedway was an awesome experience for me, winning my first Truck Series event there with E-Z-GO as the sponsor of our No. 2 truck and the race.
"I'm very happy with the E-Z-GO vehicle that I won during the race and I believe that the added exposure E-Z-GO will get from their association with the No. 33 Truck Series team will only lead to more fans riding their E-Z-GO vehicles around the campgrounds."
I've driven several different models of E-Z-GO golf carts at my work, along with several of their competitors, and E-Z-GO golf carts are superior.
Source for quotes and Photo Credit: kevinharvickinc.com
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