Brett Turcotte is a world-class snowmobiler who will be competing in this week’s Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado. He is going to be ripping powder with death-defying tricks while enjoying the new sponsorship of two companies known for delivering high-quality products and top-flight service that are proud to assist star athletes pursue their passions.
A 27-year-old Canadian freestyle snowmobile rider on the McGuire racing team, Turcotte will be vying for a medal in this year’s Snowmobile Speed and Style competition with the financial support of Trend Micro and Best Buy Geek Squad.
We at Trend Micro are excited to be partnered with Best Buy Geek Squad in sponsoring Brett, who will be driving a 450+ lbs. snowmobile co-branded with both organizations’ logos. (See photo.)
Turcotte and the other competitors at the X Games are well trained in safe practices and have first-class safety gear to keep them protected. Trend Micro wants its customers to have the same confidence and enjoyment when they go online to browse, bank, shop, and more—knowing that they are protected by the best Internet security in the industry.
The X Games is a popular annual event watched by 55 million people worldwide. Join Trend Micro and Geek Squad in rooting for Turcotte, and watch his competition on ESPN, Thursday, January 22 at 7:15pm MT. Check your local listing for exact times and channel in your local region.
Trend Micro has a history of sponsoring winter sport teams and athletes. In 2013, Trend Micro supported a group of Olympic hopefuls who tried out for the U.S. Ski Team that competed in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
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