Fast Radios and USA Luge will continue partnership through Beijing

By Sandy Caligiore | May 03, 2018, 7:42 a.m. (ET)


LAKE PLACID, N.Y.
- Fast Radios, Inc. has extended its relationship with USA Luge through the 2022 Olympic Winter Games in Beijing.

The joint announcement was made Thursday (May 3) by both organizations and continues a partnership that began in November 2007. The agreement designates Fast Radios, headquartered in Naples, Fla., as the Official Two-Way Radio Supplier of USA Luge. In addition to the communications devices, the company will provide the national luge organization with accessories including microphones, chargers and other related products, which will be used by the team’s coaching staff throughout the international racing seasons.

“Two-way radios play a critical role in communication at the luge track,” stated Gordy Sheer, 1998 Olympic silver medalist and USA Luge’s Director of Marketing and Sponsorships. “Our relationship with Fast Radios has a direct bearing on the performances of our athletes. As soon as they take a training or race run down the course, the athletes communicate via radio to our coaches stationed as key locations for immediate feedback.”

Sheer added that the durability and reliability of the equipment, together with their excellent sound quality and range, makes this key exchange absolutely reliable. 

Fast Radios, a commercial two-way radio company, has earned the trust of its customers by providing true long-term savings in two-way radios for business. Simple, reliable and affordable two-way radio equipment with complete one-on-one customer service is why Fast Radios is a leader in the commercial two-way radio business.

“When USA Luge reached out to us, we looked at their needs and delivered the appropriate equipment then and will continue to provide that same level of service until at least 2022,” said Caroline Richards, President of Fast Radios.

"In this collaboration, we’ve been delighted to celebrate their last two Olympic medals, with Erin Hamlin in Sochi and Chris Mazdzer in Pyeongchang,” added Bill Richards, Vice President and General Manager of Fast Radios. “Now we remain fully committed to assist the team over the next four years and see them through more success.”

This will be the fourth Olympic cycle for Fast Radios, Inc., which to date, has included servicing the Lake Placid-based team through Vancouver, Sochi and Pyeongchang.

For more information on Fast Radios, log on to www.FastRadios.com, or call 800-691-3970.