The documentary on ‘Hogslayer,’ a twin-engined Norton drag bike that was virtually unbeatable in the ’70s, is still in the production stage but the film received a big boost by recently signing on four sponsors.
Excitement continues to build as the first sponsors have signed on to the new independent documentary about the multi-world champion motorcycle drag racing legend – the Hogslayer – slated for a late summer 2011 release. Its producer, The Edge Ltd., is thrilled to welcome the first four Hogslayer documentary sponsors: the International Norton Owners Association, the British Biker Cooperative, EPIC Creative, and Sunset Motors.
The International Norton Owners Association (INOA) is an organization dedicated to the Norton motorcycle enthusiast. The INOA has over 1700 members primarily in the United States and Canada with additional members representing the United Kingdom, Australia, and a variety of other countries. Currently the INOA has 39 chapters worldwide. Many INOA members have a close association with the Hogslayer story having experienced the Hogslayer on the track or at exhibitions over the years. More about the INOA at www.inoanorton.com.
The British Biker Cooperative (BBC) is a British motorcycle organization established in 1977 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The BBC is dedicated to the preservation of the British motorcycle including all marques and representing vintage and modern models. BBC membership represents a diverse group with a wide variety of interests within British motorcycling including collectors, racers, and hard-core riders. The BBC is proud of its long-time honored member TC Christenson, racer of the famous Hogslayer. More about the BBC at www.britishbiker.net.
EPIC Creative is a full service advertising agency and production facility in West Bend, Wisconsin. Services include graphic design, interactive design, media buying, photography, public relations, and video production. EPIC is currently the largest video production operation in Wisconsin with two primary studio locations. Clientele include GE Medical, John Deere, Kohl’s Department Stores, Spancrete, and Western Plows. More about EPIC at www.epicwi.com.
Sunset Motors is well-connected to the Hogslayer story. Sunset is owned and operated by TC Christenson in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The motorcycle shop specializes in British motorcycles with a concentration on all things Norton. John Gregory and TC Christenson designed and built the famous Hogslayer in the Sunset shop. And that shop is also the location where the primary interviews were shot for the Hogslayer documentary. More on Sunset Motors and TC Christenson at www.nortonhogslayer.com.
The Edge Ltd. is currently offering additional sponsorship opportunities for the Hogslayer documentary. For sponsorship information, contact James Cutting, independent producer, The Edge Ltd., at 262-224-3777 or email@example.com
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