Ranger Up to Sponsor Morgan
2007 F2000 Champion Cole Morgan and Ranger Up military and patriotic apparel announced today a partnership that makes Ranger Up the exclusive clothing sponsor of Cole Morgan and Cole Morgan Racing LLC. Ranger Up was founded in 2006 by active duty and military veterans who were seeking a new apparel company with its pulse on today’s current trends. A new t-shirt company was born in Ranger Up that gave back to the troops and in just four years, Ranger Up has become the leader in patriotic and military apparel and is one of the top selling mixed martial arts (MMA) brands.
Morgan joins Ranger Up along with a long list of other athletes and servicemen that include MMA fighters Tim Kennedy, Brian Stann, Jorge Rivera, Kris McCray, and para-athlete Kelly Bruno. Morgan brings a fast and furious flair to the crew.
“We’re really excited to support Cole’s racing program by becoming his official apparel partner,” said Nick Palmisciano, CEO of Ranger Up
Morgan added: “It’s really a cool feeling to say I’m a Ranger Up athlete, even if all the other guys are fighters and I just drive racecars. I’m really grateful for their support”
Morgan currently services in the Florida Army National Guard and is second in the 2010 F2000 Championship Series standings.
“I was at Fort Benning after Basic Training and did not like the t-shirt selection, it just didn’t do it for me,” continued Morgan. “One day I stumbled upon RangerUp.com and bought a few shirts.”
Ranger Up has a sister website, RhinoDen.com – featuring content Ranger Up customers would enjoy such as photo galleries, blogs and articles.
“It’s a no-brainer,” added Palmisciano. “We have a ‘don’t mess with the troops’ attitude and Cole is a troop with a ‘don’t mess with America’ attitude, so it’s a great partnership. Plus he’s got a really fast race car in the #1 K-Hill Motorports Van Diemen.”
Ranger Up also supports Soldier’s Angels, a non-profit organization dedicated to the well being of soldiers and their families. Morgan will sport Ranger Up gear on and off the track for the remainder of the 2010 F2000 season. Show your support of an American driver, and a true American company by checking out www.RangerUp.com.