• Mercury Racing Named Global Media Award Winner at SEMA Show

    QC4v Engine Emerged Among Thousands as Voted on by Panel of International Judges

    FOND DU LAC, Wis., Nov. 7, 2013 –. Mercury Racing was recognized with a 2013 Global Media Award at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas for its QC4v crate engine.

    “We are honored to be recognized by SEMA and the international media for our new QC4v crate engine. We are excited to explore the various applications for our new product in domestic and international markets,” said Rick Mackie, Mercury Racing senior marketing manager.

    The SEMA Global Media Awards Program recognizes those companies that manufacture specialty equipment products and accessories that would have mass appeal to consumers throughout the world. The products are voted on by a prestigious group of international journalists who serve as judges.

    “The idea of customization and personalization has been growing throughout the world,” said Linda Spencer, SEMA director of international and government relations. “Our goal is to have media experts from around the world determine which new products are likely to succeed in their home markets.”

    In 2013 the program included 36 judges from 19 countries. Each judge carefully reviewed and evaluated nearly 2,500 product entries at the SEMA Show before selecting the products they felt would resonate and appeal most to consumers in their home countries.

    About Mercury Racing
    Based in Fond du Lac, Wis., Mercury Racing, a division of Mercury Marine, is a leading provider of high-performance marine propulsion systems for discriminating boaters worldwide, offering an exciting and fulfilling power boating experience on the water. Using leading-edge technology, Mercury Racing produces high-performance outboards, sterndrives, propellers, parts and accessories. Mercury Marine is a division of Brunswick Corp. (NYSE: BC), the world’s largest manufacturer of recreational products, including pleasure boats, marine engines, fitness equipment, and bowling and billiards.
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