Rockford Fosgate will continue its support of off-road racing by serving as a supporting sponsor of the 2019 Polaris RZR UTV World Championship, returning to Laughlin, Nevada on April 4-7. Rockford Fosgate products will be on display at Friday’s UTV Festival, coming to Riverside Resort Hotel and Casino in Laughlin.
“We’re excited to welcome Rockford Fosgate into our family of partners for the 2019 Polaris RZR UTV World Championship,” said UTV World Championship CEO Matt Martelli. “Rockford Fosgate’s audio systems bring premier sound to top vehicles worldwide, and we’re proud to carry their products in our own vehicles. We look forward to welcoming them to this year’s UTV Festival as we prepare for the biggest UTV World Championship to date!”
Rockford Fosgate, the industry leader in high-performance audio systems, announced an all new line up of audio kits for Polaris RZR 2014 through current vehicles including the RZR XP Turbo S and RZR XP 4 Turbo S earlier this month. Vehicles featuring those demo systems will be on display at the UTV Festival in Laughlin along with a Can-am Maverick X3 that is fully equipped with Rockford Fosgate’s audio system.
“We’re proud to return as a sponsor in support of the UTV community,” said Tammy Lowe, Rockford Corp. Director of Marketing. “Our team is excited and ready to give spectators a chance to check out the audio systems we offer for all their vehicles whether they’re off-road or on the pavement.”
Race fans will get an up-close look at Rockford’s Polaris Ride Command Audio Systems that allow RZR®, RANGER®, and GENERAL® owners to retain the factory Polaris® Ride Command as source unit while adding aftermarket audio via a plug-in harness to Rockford Punch PBR or Power mini amps (mono / 4ch).
Rockford Fosgate will also display their recently launched Universal Bluetooth® Remote Control – PMX-BTUR, which controls your smartphone’s audio through the remote control mounted to your steering wheel. It’s built element ready to withstand water, sun, and dust so you can leave your phone tucked away and let the PMX-BTUR remote get dirty.