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Jan 23, 2014
CJ Wilson and ModSpace Mazda MX-5
January 23, 2014 (IRVINE, Calif.) — Mazda Motorsports spends a lot of time with young drivers talking about how to build business partnerships to advance their careers. The partnership that Mazda enjoys with ModSpace has been building on both a figurative and a literal standpoint since 2010. Mazda is happy to announce that partnership will continue in 2014.
ModSpace is a leading provider of modular buildings, portable storage and temporary or permanent space solutions. ModSpace also has a dedicated Sports & Entertainment Division that offers a full line of modular facilities and amenities specifically for this market sector.
John Doonan, Director of motorsports for Mazda North American Operations: “Having partners like ModSpace, who are hands-on in their involvement, is amazing. They have amazing products that fit many business applications, including our use at racetracks across the county, and at some of our Mazda dealers like CJ Wilson Mazda. The overlaps of the partnership are serving the needs of many while working within the tight budgets that everyone needs today.”
C.J. Wilson, owner CJ Wilson Mazda and CJ Wilson Racing: "Having Mazda and ModSpace together has been great for my team and my dealership. Not only have we been able to up our game at the race track together but ModSpace has helped us increase our capacity via constructing a permanent storage building on our dealer lot. ModSpace Motorsports and Mazdaspeed are a huge part of our team!"
William Mann, Vice President of Motorsports: “ModSpace doesn’t just want branding on a racecar. Our intent is to use our motorsports program as a business tool to entertain our customers and partners. We look forward to providing experiences for our customers that build long term relationships and thanks to Mazda Motorsports we have an exciting way to showcase our products and services in a unique manner.”
About Mazda, Mazda Motorsports, and MAZDASPEED
Mazda is the number-one brand for road-racers across North America among both club racers and professionals. Thousands of Mazda-powered grassroots racers compete in various classes with the SCCA and NASA highlighted by Spec Miata, the world’s largest spec class with over 2,500 cars built. In 2006 Mazda Motorsports established the MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development Ladder to assist racers in moving up through the ranks. In 2010 this was expanded to include the Mazda Road to Indy. Key to Mazda’s success is strategic partnerships with the Skip Barber Racing School and Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.
Mazda Motorsports is managed by Mazda North American Operations (MNAO). MNAO is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and oversees the sales, marketing, parts and customer service support of Mazda vehicles in the United States and Mexico through nearly 700 dealers. Operations in Mexico are managed by Mazda Motor de Mexico in Mexico City.
Consumer information can be found at www.mazdausa.com, with press information at www.mazdausamedia.com. Racers and fans can follow the action on Facebook (Mazda Motorsport), Twitter (@mazdaracing), and www.mazdamotorsports.com
Modular Space Corporation (ModSpace), based in Berwyn, Pa., is a leading provider of modular buildings, portable storage and services for temporary or permanent space needs. Building on more than 40 years of experience, ModSpace serves a diverse set of customers and markets—including commercial, construction, education, government, healthcare, industrial/energy and special events—through an extensive nationwide branch network throughout the United States and Canada. http://www.modspace.com/
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For further information: Dean Case Mazda Motorsports 310-318-4582 Mazdaspeed@mazdausa.com