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Pulsar Partners With NASCAR Driver Joey Logano

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MAHWAH, N.J. – Pulsar, a division of Seiko Watch Corporation, has announced a new partnership with NASCAR driver Joey Logano, who will become the company’s first “Life. In Real Time.” brand ambassador.

The 25-year-old Logano is an eight-year NASCAR veteran. Throughout the course of his career, Logano has produced 14 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) wins and 25 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) victories. In 2015 Logano won his first Daytona 500 while also earning career-bests in wins (6), poles (6), top-fives (22), top-10s (28) and laps led (1431).

“In support of our Solar collection, we are pleased to welcome Joey Logano to the Pulsar family as a brand ambassador,” says Susumu Kawanishi, president and CEO of Seiko Corporation of America. “Mr. Logano shows a fresh and commendable passion for strength and determination to perform at an elite level that embodies the Pulsar outlook. We look forward to supporting him through his continued success.”

“Pulsar’s modern and active styles make transitioning from the track to everyday life seamless which keeps me on time in today’s fast paced world,” says Logano. “The new high-performance solar collection encompasses a very sleek and sporty look which is virtually maintenance free. I am honored to become the face of the Pulsar team. It’s all about Life. In Real Time.

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