App Creation Company Joins Strong and Growing Field of SVRA Sponsors
The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) announced today that National App, a leading edge company in the exploding market for mobile apps, is now the official app creation company for America’s premier vintage racing series. National App has an inventory of off-the-shelf, industry-specific mobile apps that can be quickly and affordably tailored to conform to the brand look and feel of customer companies.
“The SVRA may be about celebrating the history of motorsport, but we are also a twenty-first century company,” said Tony Parella, SVRA president and CEO. “The SVRA paddock is full of car owners who own or manage businesses, as well as the companies who prepare or support the race cars. These people are even more competitive in their business careers than on the race track. They look for every advantage, such as the ability to rapidly reach and serve their customers through mobile apps.”
National App is leading the way with a portfolio of mobile apps for a broad array of industries in both business and consumer markets. The company is riding the wave of mobile marketing to connect with customers while they are on the go to share relevant news, offer great deals, increase foot traffic, take reservations, and boost revenues.
National App’s sponsorship investment is the latest in a steady stream of top business, consumer and automotive brands to recognize the value of the SVRA’s demographics and the exposure of a national platform. Other top brands partnering with America’s premier vintage racing organization include Jaguar, Land Rover, NetJets, Zenith Watch, Robert Talbott, Hoosier Tire, TRITEC, and Safecraft.
“The SVRA paddock is a vast gathering of outstanding business owners and leaders,” said Clive Angus, National App Creation CEO. “These professionals understand the market shift to mobility and the necessity of empowering customers to do business with companies while they are on the go.”
SVRA officials report consistent annual triple-digit growth since 2012. The sport has rapidly grown from a regional activity largely concentrated in the southeastern United States to one that spans the continent at most of America’s top race courses. Just since the beginning of the year it has expanded its schedule to include its first hill climb near the legendary “Tail of the Dragon” roadway in Western North Carolina as well as an exciting new oval track format for its two-weekend extravaganza at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Look for additional sponsorship announcements in the coming weeks.
About National App –National App creates beautiful mobile applications all at a fraction of the cost of custom solutions. In a matter of days, a business’ app or mobile Website can be up running on the iPhones, iPads, and Android devices of their customers, prospects and their associates. Go to the National App Web site for additional information.