Monster Energy set to unleash at the AUS-X Open in 2016
AUS-X Open press release:
Following a successful partnership in 2015, global energy drink giant – Monster Energy, has re-signed with the AUS-X Open for 2016, coming on board as the Official Energy Drink partner of the largest action sports competition in the Southern Hemisphere, on November 12 & 13.
Renowned as one of the most innovative brands in the world, Monster Energy are a powerful addition to the AUS-X Open for 2016, as they continue their extensive support of action sports with nationwide promotional campaigns that leverage their partnership considerably.
The Monster Energy Pit Party will once again feature the popular ‘Rig Riot’ for 2016, and with the inclusion of world renowned DJ, Brooke Evers, spinning decks atop the rig, race fans will be provided with the ultimate party atmosphere.
Monster Energy will again hold the Naming Rights to the Freestyle Motocross (FMX) ‘Best Trick’ contest for 2016, which is set to be absolutely insane as an incredible lineup of talent will be announced over the following weeks. A range of world-first tricks are expected this year, as riders attempt to make history for their share of $125,000 in prize money.
AUS-X Open Director – Ryan Sanderson, is thrilled to have Monster Energy on board again for 2016, and can’t wait to deliver a world-class event together in November.
“Having an amazing brand like Monster Energy on board for 2016 is fantastic and their continued support further solidifies the growth of action sports within Australia.
We share the common goal of igniting passion and enthusiasm with our fans and consumers. By working together with them, we’re certain the audience for action sports and the AUS-X Open is only going to continue to grow. We can’t wait to see it all come to life in November!” commented Sanderson.
Monster Energy’s presence will be on the forefront in terms of athletes too, with Ryan Villopoto, Chad Reed, Cooper Webb, Wil Hahn and Kade Mosig all representing the green claw during the supercross action.
The AUS-X Open combines an international supercross racing event with a Freestyle Motocross (FMX) ‘Best Trick’ competition inside Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena, that will feature some of the world’s best riders up against Australia’s best talent.
Tickets start at $40 from Ticketek, and can be found via this link: www.ticketek.com.au/ausxopen