Weicks Media will partner with Mike Harmon Racing and Kyle Weatherman, to serve as a three-race primary sponsor of the team’s No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro, beginning with Saturday’s Contender Boats 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Located in Cedar Falls, Iowa, Weicks Media works with clients in the outdoors industry, bringing decades of experience in the digital marketing, social media and web development field to their established list of clients.
“Let’s face it, we certainly live in a digital world! Customers are constantly on their phones or their computers, shopping, buying and looking for product information,” said Andy Weichers, President of Weicks Media. “ We are here to maximize the digital footprint for our clients.”
Accompanying Weicks Media on Mike Harmon Racing’s No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro will be Cannon Clay, Gale Marine, Fierce Headwear, The Wilderness Reserve, Space Trailers and X-Vision, all of which are part of Weicks Media’s client roster. “We wanted to give our clients the chance to participate in this amazing sport and the opportunities the Xfinity Series has to offer,” said Weichers. “We are excited to have them along for the ride.”
X-Vision is a Minnesota based infrared night vision and optic technologies company, whose owners grew up in the woods and on the waters of the upper Midwest, having become passionate outdoorsmen. The company is dedicated to providing differentiated and innovative infrared night vision optics solutions to outdoor enthusiasts.
“We couldn’t be more excited to be aligned with #47. Kyle and the team’s tenacity on the track embody how our customers approach their outdoor adventures. Life is better lived outdoors, enjoying the activities you love best. X-Vision Optics and all Red Wing Gear brands are here to deliver just that, and race fans share that purpose with us,” said Nate Bohmbach, Vice President of Sales & New Business Development for X-Vision Optics.
Beaus Beautiful Blessings – a non-profit organization formed to raise money and awareness for children with intellectual disabilities, brain abnormalities, brain injuries, and epilepsy — will also adorn Weatherman’s No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro. Originally established by parents Amanda and Andy Weichers, and inspired by their son Beau, who was born with a rare genetic condition and suffers from epilepsy. Over the years, they have encountered many challenges and medical needs, not covered by insurance, and decided other families were probably experiencing the same problems and needed financial assistance.
“We are passionate about inclusion and advocating for children with intellectual disabilities. We are excited to be on Kyle’s car and share our mission with the NASCAR world. Numerous special needs children have been able to benefit from our non-profit, with items such as communication devices, service dogs, adaptive equipment and more. We even built a fully inclusive playground, The Place to Play Park, right here in Cedar Falls”, said, Amanda Weichers, Founder and President.
“I’m so honored and grateful for these amazing new partners,” said Weatherman. “We’ve had a great start to the 2021 season, and we’re excited to carry that over to Homestead. Having Weicks Media and all the other partners onboard will help us accomplish our goals for this year!”
You can learn more about Weicks Media and their clients at http://www.weicksmedia.com. To learn more about Beau’s Beautiful Blessings, you can visit their website at: http://www.beausbeautifulblessings.com