Midwest Tube Mills, Inc. located in historic Madison, IN is pleased to announce the securing of rights for the Title Sponsorship for the 2018 Indiana Governors Cup Madison Regatta. The race will take place on July 6th– 8th on the Wild Bill Cantrell race course on the Ohio River here in beautiful Madison, IN.
Just like the Regatta, MTM has been a constant in the Madison community for many years and 2018 marks the twenty fifth year of existence for the company. MTM CEO and President Rick Russell states “I cannot think of a better way to celebrate our 25th year than partnering with the Madison Regatta and the Madison community to be the Title Sponsor to such a great event. The Regatta allows Madison to showcase everything that it has to offer and with all the hard work going into the 2018 event I am sure this year will be something that we can all be proud of.”
MTM has become an industry leader in the manufacturing and sales of steel rolled tubing for the fence industry. MTM has clients in all of the lower forty eight states and several off shore locations. The product is commonly used in government and highway projects all around the United States. Russell states “The product we manufacture, right here in Madison has become synonymous with the quality the industry requires for many high profile jobs. I am very proud to have been able to locate my company here and experience the growth that we have over the past several years. We could not have accomplished this without the continual support of the City of Madison, which is why I have chosen to continue to sponsor community based events like the Regatta. My family and I are thankful for everything that Madison has provided and this is our way of saying thank you.”
MTM has been active in a number of community initiatives like the Regatta for several years. This is the first year they have taken on the sole responsibility of Title Sponsor. Russell stated, “With all the hard work by Dan Cole and the Regatta organization that the sponsorship was warranted and would pay dividends to the community for years to come.”