Hunter Industrial Fans in Smyrna Partners with Local Motorsports Team

Jan 14, 2021 at 10:37 am by WGNS

Photo from Dylan Fetcho Motorsports

Hunter Industrial, the industrial division of the Hunter Fan Company, announced a 2021 partnership with Dylan Fetcho Motorsports, the winner of the 2020 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (NFS) track championship. This news follows Hunter Industrial's recent move to their new Smyrna headquarters in 2020. 

“I'm thrilled to partner with the legendary Hunter Fans brand to keep the team and me cool during the hot racing season,” said 20-year-old racecar champion Dylan Fetcho. “The company's Jan Fans are just what we need in the shop and will be a huge asset in keeping our productivity and comfort levels high all year long.”

Hunter Industrial specializes in commercial and industrial fans for the automotive industry, among other sectors. Jan Fans, owned by Hunter Industrial, will be provided to Dylan Fetcho Motorsports for use in their automotive garage and at the racetrack. Jan Fans are easy to assemble and feature various mounting options, making the fans an ideal solution for indoor and outdoor settings. The fans range in sizes from 12 to 30 inches and feature an energy-saving module.

“Dylan is such a passionate driver, and it's inspiring for us to be able to support this local team and watch them have large-scale success," said Mark D'Agostino, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Hunter Industrial. "Our Jan Fans are the top cooling solution in the industry, and we hope Dylan and the team enjoy the tremendous benefits of the products.”

Fetcho recently won the 2020 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway (NFS) track championship while driving the bright red, #89 Pro-Late Model (PLM). In securing this victory, Fetcho joined the former NFS track champions list, including NASCAR icons Darrell Waltrip, Sterling Marlin and Bobby Hamilton. Not only did the Dylan Fetcho Motorsports team secure the NFS track championship, but they also walked away from the All American PLM 400 race with a third-place finish.

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