Toyota of Escondido signs FMX Rider/Star Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg
After being involved with the Action Sports World for over 15 years, Toyota of Escondido is proud to announce the recent signing of FMX star Jeremy “Twitch” Stenberg. Toyota of Escondido has worked with professional rider’s such as Marty Smith, Grant Langston, Todd Potter, Ryan Villopoto, and Jake Weimer. The most recent signing of Twitch has created a buzz within the Action Sports Community, and will create probable opportunities for other Action Sport Athletes in the future.
Jeremy currently rides for Metal Mulisha, Etnies, Spy Optics, Thor, Rockstar Energy Drink, Yamaha, Boost Mobile, Panasonic, Voss Motorsports, Balls Deep Boxer’s, and Controversy. With the New Year quickly approaching, Jeremy will be promoting Toyota of Escondido through 2010 and beyond. “I’m stoked to be joining a great group at Toyota of Escondido. They’re really passionate about all phases of motocross, and really get it when it comes to taking care of their rider’s, and other Action Sport Athletes. I plan on helping them anyway possible to promote the Toyota Truck Line they sell at their dealership. I absolutely love my new Tundra, it’s sick what they’ve done to it!” says Jeremy Stenberg.
Jeremy’s accomplishments include 1998 and 2004 Vans Triple Crown Champ, 2005 Summer X Games Gold Medal for Best Trick, 2006 Winter X Games Gold Medal for Best Trick, 2008 Red Bull X Fighters Brazil, and 2008 LG Action Sports FMX World Championship. “Jeremy is one of the most gifted and well-respected riders on the FMX Circuit, and will be a welcomed addition to the Toyota of Escondido Action Sports Team,” says senior manager Damian Campos. “Jeremy will be a great asset to our dealership by promoting Toyota’s truck line to the FMX demographic through Demo Ride Day’s, Freestyle shows, and other promotion’s sponsored by Toyota of Escondido’s Action Sports Division.”