Wilson Announces Intelisys And Partners As Co Primary Sponsors For His Indy 500 Entry
Andretti Autosport’s Stefan Wilson announced on Wednesday that Scan source company Intelisys And Partners who supply telecommunications and cloud services distribution throughout the US have joined his Indy 500 programme and will serve as co-primary sponsor of his No.25 Driven2SaveLives Honda in the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil at the end of this month.
Wilson joins Andretti Autosport for the Greatest Spectacle in Motorsports alongside Verizon IndyCar Series regulars Ryan Hunter Reay, Alexander Rossi, Zach Veach and Marco Andretti while Colombian Carlos Munoz returns to the team driving the No.29 Honda.
Rick Sheldon, co-founder of Intelisys commented on the news saying:
Stefan’s persistence, talent and authenticity represent what Intelisys and our partner community stand for. “Ultra competitive, innovative and courageous, Stefan does it all with a confidence that is built for the long run. He exemplifies the heart of our sales partners, the people who drive our business forward every day. I’m blessed to be part of an industry that exhibits openness and generosity as a matter of course. Together with our partner sponsors, we consider it a privilege to support a cause as honorable as the No. 25 Driven2SaveLives Honda.
Stefan Wilson commented on the news saying:
“It’s a tremendous honor to represent the Intelisys community at the Indianapolis 500. “There are many synergies between what I do and what Intelisys and its partners do, which is what makes thispartnership so meaningful. Racing, like the technology services channel, is a very competitive environment that attracts high performers. I just really want to represent Intelisys as well as I can and have a great run on the track.”
Jay Bradley, President of Intelisys commented on the announcement saying:
As businesses the world over increasingly embrace the channel as their source for technology services, our sales partners strive to be positioned as a first resource,” commented Jay Bradley, President of Intelisys. “We are proud to support and participate in this opportunity to raise awareness around their brands, as well as raise awareness and support for organ donation. And we wish Stefan Wilson the best of luck on the track.