FARMLOGIC SPONSORS WEBER RACING

Karl Weber and FarmLogic-a winning combination

 

Murray, Kentucky—FarmLogic announced today that it has entered into a one year agreement to sponsor Weber Racing, with 15 year old driver, Karl Weber from rural Indiana. The sponsorship will include a car wrapped in FarmLogic decals and a fire suit displaying the FarmLogic logo. It will also include appearances at farm shows and conventions.

Weber is a decorated driver and has won more than 50 feature races and captured seven Series Championships. This year Weber will move into the first rung of the NASCAR development ladder by racing in the PASS Series. FarmLogic is certain that this partnership will promote its products to the racing and farming communities.

“FarmLogic is thrilled to be a part of Karl Weber’s effort because he represents the future of the American farm,” said Hoyt Choate, CEO of FarmLogic. Both sides of the partnership are eager to work with one another. “I really like Hoyt, he is not just a commercial farmer but he was a racer as well. This makes the sponsorship effective but also fun. I want to take the FarmLogic product to everyone in the farm business,” said Weber.

FarmLogic is an agriculture based company specializing in technology for use on the farm. FarmLogic, located in America’s heartland of Murray, Ky., takes pride in its products and values its customers. This year alone, FarmLogic has developed multiple apps for the smartphone and continues to work in an innovative way to bridge the gap between technology and farming.

FarmLogic is proud to sponsor Weber who is known as “The Flying Farmer”. Weber is dedicated to his 12,000 acre family farm, Weber Farms, located in Ambia, In. Weber is more than a race car driver, he is excited to take the reins of Weber Farms and has an ever-growing knowledge of commercial farm operations.

Weber is also sponsored by several other corporate brands including FarmJournal Legacy Project, Silveus Insurance Group and J&M Manufacturing Co. 

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