American Quantum Cycles Announces A.J. Foyt as National Distributor
4 February 1999
American Quantum Cycles Inc. Announces A.J. Foyt as National Master Distributor
MELBOURNE, Fla.--Feb. 4, 1999--American Quantum Cycles Inc. (OTC BB:AMQC) today announced that A.J. Foyt, world-renowned racing legend, has become AMQC's National Master Distributor.
A.J. Foyt, 4-time winner of the Indianapolis 500, and owner of the Power Team car that won the 1998 Indy Race league Championship has been named National Master Distributor for AMQC. As a National Master Distributor, A.J. Foyt will be promoting AMQC products nationally, this will include commercials, speaking engagements and other venues, as well as working to increase dealership sales and consumer awareness of AMQC products.
A.J. Foyt stated: "They make a beautiful motorcycle and I am excited to be on the ground floor of an American company that I believe is setting new standards in motorcycle manufacturing, quality, distribution and customer service. It is good to see that American ingenuity is out there strong as ever, and I am proud to be part of the Quantum team."
Richard K. Hagen, Chairman and CEO stated: "Having a legend like A.J. Foyt affiliated with our Company symbolizes our dedication to high performance and quality. We are excited that A.J. Foyt has recognized our dedication to quality and customer service and has agreed to be our National Master Distributor."
American Quantum Cycles is a new entrant into the worldwide motorcycle industry with a state-of-the-art engine utilizing a patented four-valve head for greater power and lower pollutant emissions. For further information contact James Warner at 954/783-6992, for information on motorcycles contact Melissa Kirkpatrick at 407/752-0008 or go to the AMQC Web site at www.quantumcycle.com and for additional information go to http://www.stockplaza.com/quantum.
For A.J. Foyt call Tom LaMance at 713/869-5384.
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