Thursday 12 November 2015
São Paulo, Brazil
The Manor Marussia F1 Team today announced an extension of its partnership with Coupons.com, a brand that is a part of the U.S. tech firm Quotient, ahead of this weekend’s Formula One Grand Prix in São Paulo, Brazil.
Alexander Rossi, the first American to compete in Formula One since 2007, and his teammate, Will Stevens, have raced with the Coupons.com logo at both the United States Grand Prix and the Formula 1 Gran Premio De Mexico 2015. The partnership extends to the Formula 1 Grande Prêmio Petrobras Do Brasil 2015 where Coupons.com will continue supporting the Manor Marussia F1 Team at the final race in The Americas.
Quotient, which runs the popular Coupons.com website and mobile app, is a leader in the digital transformation of the multi-billion dollar promotions industry. Based in Silicon Valley, the company helps connect brands and retailers to tens of millions of consumers every day. Its expansive network includes more than 2,000 consumer packaged goods brands, around 30,000 websites and more than 64,000 retail stores.
John Booth, Team Principal of Manor Marussia F1 Team
“We’ve been delighted to welcome Coupons.com to the team during the races in The Americas, continuing into this weekend here in Brazil. The partnership has been a great marriage of an American brand and the fielding of the first American F1 driver on US soil since 2007, given the sport’s global reach and burgeoning expansion in this part of the world. That story, coupled with that of our team’s journey over the past 12 months in particular, has given us the opportunity to partner with exciting US-based companies. We recognize the value that Quotient and Coupons.com offers to consumers and household brands such as Procter & Gamble, General Mills and retailers like CVS, Dollar General and Walgreens. We look forward to a positive weekend on and off-track, and to sharing that experience with Coupons.com.”
Steven Boal, CEO and Founder of Quotient
“Our partnership with the Manor Marussia F1 Team began at this year’s United States Grand Prix, where Alexander Rossi was the first American to race in the sport in almost a decade. We are thrilled to continue cheering for him, and for Will Stevens – and the rest of the team – as they race in the Formula 1 Grande Prêmio Petrobras Do Brasil 2015 in São Paulo. Formula One’s reach, with over 400 million television viewers internationally, is a great opportunity to expose our consumer brand to such a vast audience.”