FedEx Racing got its start in 2005 as the primary sponsor of the No. 11 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series car for Joe Gibbs Racing. A young rookie named Denny Hamlin took over the controls of the No. 11 car late in the that season and continues today with FedEx as a championship contender. FedExRacing.com provides NASCAR fans with behind-the-scene coverage of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota including exclusive video coverage of Denny and the team, race reports, photo galleries, showcar appearances, wallpaper downloads, FedEx Racing gear, and special promotions.
Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A, Inc. is the marketing, sales, distribution and customer service arm of Toyota, Lexus, and Scion. Established in 1957, TMS markets products and services through a network of more than 1,400 Toyota, Lexus, and Scion dealers. Toyota directly employs more than 34,000 people in the U.S. and sold more than 1.77 million vehicles in 2009.
The Coca-Cola Company is the world's largest beverage company, refreshing consumers with more than 500 sparking and still brands. Together with Coca-Cola, recognized as the world's most valuable brand, the Company's portfolio includes 14 billion dollar brands, including Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Coca-Cola Zero, Vitaminwater, Powerade, Minute Maid, Simply, and Georgia Coffee. Coca-Cola is the official sparkling beverage of NASCAR and has been involved with stock car racing for more than 40 years.
Sport Clips Haircuts is headquartered in Georgetown, Texas. It was established in 1993 and began franchising in 1995. The sports-themed haircutting franchise, which specializes in haircuts for men and boys, is ranked by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the “Fastest-Growing Franchises” and in the top 10 in its “Franchise 500.” There are more than 1,600 Sport Clips stores open in the U.S. and Canada. Sport Clips is the “Official Haircutter” of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), offers veterans preferential pricing on haircuts and franchises, and was named a “2016 Best for Vets: Franchises” by Military Times. Sport Clips provides "haircuts with heart" through its annual Help A Hero fundraiser that has given $5 million to the VFW; national partnership with St. Baldrick’s Foundation, the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants; and other national and local philanthropic outreach. Sport Clips is a proud sponsor of Joe Gibbs Racing’s NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin and Furniture Row Racing’s NASCAR driver Erik Jones, and partners with numerous NCAA and professional sports teams. To learn more about Sport Clips, visit sportclips.com.
Denny became the first NASCAR driver to sign with Jordan Brand in 2011. Hamlin is a big-time basketball fan who has a full court with lights and a scoreboard at his house. He has had courtside seats at Charlotte Bobcats games dating back to 2007. In 2010, Jordan, the owner of the team, recognized the driver at a game and the two struck up a friendship. Jordan, who founded Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) in 2004, agreed to let Hamlin rep his brand, marking the first sneaker brand sponsorship in the NASCAR circuit since Adidas sponsored Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in 2007. (Forbes) The Jumpman logo can be found on Denny's uniform belt, back, shoulders, racing gloves and shoes. It’s a unique relationship that has helped the Jordan Brand expand not only from the basketball court but from America’s mainstream bat and ball sports. (Forbes)
Established in 2001, Hisense USA Corporation is a Georgia based subsidiary of the Hisense Company Ltd., headquartered in Qingdao, China. Hisense USA’s product strategy is to steadily introduce a full range of electronics and appliances into the North American market. This includes televisions, refrigerators, air-conditioners, dehumidifiers, beverage coolers and freezers. In 2010, Hisense established a North American R&D center in Georgia to bring a more market-centric approach to product development and technological innovations. Today, Hisense USA sells into retailers across North America such as hhgregg, Best Buy, Walmart, Costco.com, Canadian Tire and many others. Around the world, Hisense has production bases in South Africa, Algeria, Egypt and sales offices in USA, Europe, Australia, Middle East and Southeast Asia. Hisense products are exported to over 130 countries and regions throughout the world.
SunEnergy1 has grown into one of the largest solar developers and contractors in the United States. With more than 500 megawatts of solar projects already online, SunEnergy1 has another 2,000 megawatts of additional projects in various stages of development along the East Coast. At the end of 2015, SunEnergy1 interconnected what is currently the largest utility-scale solar project east of the Mississippi at 112 megawatts DC. This project, complete with its own SunEnergy1-built substation, was the first of its kind in PJM/Dominion territory. SunEnergy1 is currently developing even larger utility-scale solar projects for the future.