MSS Safety confirms naming rights sponsorship of the 2021 Gorge Rallysprint.
MSS Safety, a registered training organisation, safety equipment importer and distributor and factory trained technical service company, has secured naming rights sponsorship for a major tarmac motorsport event in South Australia for 2021.
The MSS Safety Gorge RallySprint, first run as the Adelaide RallySprint in 2019, is South Australia’s newest tarmac rally event. This event delivers direct economic benefit to a region hit hard by bush fires in recent times, with up to 60 competing cars and crews, along with service crew teams and spectators attending the local area. It takes in Challenge and Competition Categories, and has a lunch stop at the Cudlee Creek Tavern and Caravan Park.
The organisers, RallyOne, will work with MSS Safety to promote the South Australian company’s quality range of Nationally accredited high-risk safety training and the supply, service, calibration and inspection of safety equipment including safety harnesses, gas monitors and breathing apparatus.
“MSS Safety is proud to be the naming rights sponsor of the 2021 MSS Safety Gorge RallySprint. We have called South Australia home since our inception and pride ourselves in supporting local events and initiatives. Our focus is on workers in high risk activities, such as working in confined spaces and in locations at risk of fall, getting the job done safely and effectively and getting home in one piece, values which correlate perfectly with the aims of this quality motorsport event.” said Daren Herring, Owner/Chief Executive for MSS Safety
Rally Director, Ivar Stanelis, said he was delighted that MSS Safety had agreed to continue to team up with the event. “We’re thrilled to have a high-quality South Australian brand like MSS Safety supporting us and our volunteers. Rallying focusses on preparation, precision, action and durability, which underlines the MSS Safety brand’s unparalleled strength in the market
This association is great for the sport in Australia generally, and us specifically, and I am confident it will be beneficial to both organisations.”