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Chasing Dreams: Bill.com Sponsors Serpent Speed Racing!

January 31, 2011

Viper-1 Today we announced that we are sponsoring Serpent Speed Racing, LLC!

Owner and Driver David Mazyck’s #3 Dodge Viper will sport the Bill.com logo on the hood and rear quarter panels, officially bringing Bill.com into the high-energy sport of auto racing! Serpent Speed Racing is using Bill.com to manage and pay bills online, critically important to an operation that is literally on the go all the time.

Off the track, David is an Associate Professor at the University of Florida and the CEO of two companies, one of which has a board based in Australia. “Bill.com is exactly what I need to keep my finances in order for both companies while I’m on the go,” says Mazyck. “The workflow processes and accessibility Bill.com provides are perfect for working with cross-border companies, and help me easily manage all my finances, anytime and anyplace, so I can stay focused on my businesses – and my racing!”

Why sponsor a race car?

We are passionate about helping our customers chase their dreams personally and professionally. We couldn’t be prouder to support David both as our customer and as a racer in the Dodge Viper Cup Series. He is chasing his dreams by finding ways to improve the world’s water quality and by testing himself on the track. He is literally 'on the go' all the time, showcasing the power of Bill.com and demonstrating the spirit that motivates us to keep pushing the envelope.

Serpent Speed Racing is part of the North American Road Racing Association (NARRA) Viper Racing League and Dodge Viper Cup Series, which compete on some of the nation’s most prestigious race tracks.

In addition to its sponsorship, Bill.com will be involved with other promotional activities at the tracks. More information about the racing league and scheduled events is available here, and more information about David Mazyck is available here.

Stay tuned for more information and see you at the track!

More pictures….

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