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iTVi Announces 2015 Indy Car Major Sponsorship
“iTVi” decided on this organization platform and selected the infamous Indianapolis 500 race for several reasons, one: Experience and the “failure is not an option” attitude that both Bryan Herta and Gabby Chaves have in the IRL series, Said iTVi VP of Marketing Gavin Matlock.
“iTVi’s (www.iTVi.com )success has been to push the technology envelope and couple high quality products with unbeatable services. To today’s generation that has had it with the stagnate system that keeps charging monthly whether or not the customer is getting what was promised.
“I’ve used a current satellite TV provider (to remain nameless) for over 5 years not because it’s so great, but because it’s the best of the worst. After moving into my new home 10 months ago and getting service for my 8 TV’s, it took six months for them to get me the ability to actually order on-demand via the remote. Six months of having to call in and deal with the brain damage of being on the phone with customer service every other day to fix a problem which was finally (after 6 months) fixed by their fourth technician in 10 minutes. The only one that didn’t pass the buck to the internet provider but saw that it was an issue with the way the company installed the boxes. This is why we exist…the old system is broken and people are way too technical to put up with paying champagne prices and getting beer”. Said Director of Operations, Shelley Walker. She goes on to say: “We’ve been liken to the Uber of the Entertainment world”.
iTVi.com (www.iTVi.com ) in the leading IPTV provider of High Definition Streaming TV. Headquartered in Irvine California, the company has been in incubation mode for the last 18 months working on it proprietary technology. Sensing a change in the once regulated industry, iTVi’s founders raised early stage capital through a popular crowed founding platform to start R&D and then bought in a local Private Equity fund for the last needed capital. The company has already been offered an undisclosed buy-out offer and its founders turned it down. The company believes that going IPO in a $1 Trillion Dollar market will net them much more.
For more information, email Gavin Matlock, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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