I'm little disappointed Jerry didn't sponsor my team. We have been going back and forth about it for years, but he would never commit. Oh, actually I am not surprised. Now realizing he is jealous of my watts.
ENGVT Commits to Jonathan Page as Title Sponsor for Nationals
Vermont-based engineering firm ENGVT is proud to announce that it will be the title sponsor of professional cyclist Jonathan Page as he attempts to win a fourth cyclocross National Championship on January 13 in Madison, Wisconsin. The sponsorship agreement is limited to the weekend of Nationals and will give Page the support he needs to contend for the title. Page recently told Cyclocross Magazine about his goals for Nationals and Worlds, and cited president Jerry Chabot as a huge helper in making his plans become a reality.
“We’re proud to bring Jonathan into the ENGVT family,” says ENGVT president Jerry Chabot. “He embodies the same values that drive us every day: hard work, integrity, commitment and dedication.” Chabot further says that he’d long been weighing the benefits of professional level sponsorship, but Page’s compelling and consistently improving 2012-2013 campaign gave the company the push it needed to get into the game. “It’s been a pleasure to cheer for Jonathan for so many years, but to see him come into such strong form, we felt the time was right to show our support on a whole new level. While Jonathan is still seeking a long-term title sponsor, we jumped at the opportunity to be in his corner for Madison.”
For Page’s part, the sponsorship is just as sweet. Said Page, “Jerry has been in my corner for 25 years and it’s great to have his company behind me. We’re like family and I’m proud to wear the ENGVT name on my chest in Madison and hope to bring home the Stars and Stripes.”
Closed Chabot, “We’re looking forward to a hard race in Madison. Good luck, Jonathan!”
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