Prodrive Racing (Australia) is proud to welcome Centec Security Group to the team in 2017 with the security company to feature on the rear of Jason Bright’s #56 MEGA Racing FG X Ford this season.
An Australian-owned, nationally operating business, Centec Security Group is a Victorian headquartered security firm with more than five decades of experience installing and servicing electronic security solutions.
Centec, celebrating 21 years of operation in 2017, is renowned for developing new security strategies to ensure it deliver market-leading expertise to its broad corporate customer base.
After featuring on the MEGA Racing entry at the season-opening Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, Centec Security Group Director Paul Benson is positive that the partnership will be beneficial for the business.
“We were thrilled to be given the opportunity to partner with Prodrive Racing (Australia),” said Mr Benson.
“It is extremely important to us as a Victorian-based company to be associated with this highly professional Australian motor racing team, and the response has been fantastic!”
Prodrive Racing Team Principal Tim Edwards is pleased to welcome a local sponsor to the group, confident the new partnership can be positive for both companies.
“It’s fantastic to welcome another national brand to our portfolio while also gaining support from a locally headquartered business,” said Edwards.
“In particular for Centec to throw its support behind Jason (Bright) and the MEGA Racing Ford is great. We hope that we can help to increase Centec’s reach across the country through what we do and provide some positive leads through our existing sponsor group as well.”
Visit www.centec.com.au to find out more about the Centec Security Group.