Ultimate carbon-fiber package for Grand Sport, Z06 salutes 65 years of Corvette.
Limited to 650 vehicles globally, and available on Grand Sport 3LT and Z063LZ trims, the Carbon 65E Edition features visible carbon fiber exterior elements.
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Bill Cook, aka, Biker Bill is a new member of the deBotech team and veteran of the United States Armed Services. Bill joined our team roughly 3 months ago as our Maintenance/Handy Man. A friend had mentioned this great guy that was retired but wanted a job because he was used to working. After meeting him, it was evident that he embodied the hard-working ethics that I admire, respect and want to spread to the younger generation. He came to work the other day proudly flying the US red, white & blue in honor and memory of SSG Adam Lynn Dikemyer, Tomb Sentinel #528. It’s guys like this that make me proud to be an American & the reason I will forever stand for our National Anthem!
Hans and Jamye, Owners of deBotech, Inc., raffled off $500 at their company Christmas celebration. Employees received a raffle ticket for every non-perishable food item they brought in which was later donated to the Mooresville Soup Kitchen. The deBotech employees were amazing and several of them brought in over 100 items each to donate. We were able to collect over 375 lbs. of food which we took to our local Mooresville Soup Kitchen to help those in need during this Christmas Season. We are thankful that we are able to help and wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The 9th Annual North Carolina Motorsports Industry Awards Gala was held January 21, 2015 at the Embassy Suites in Concord, NC. Each year the NCMA recognizes North Carolina companies that have positively affected the motorsports community within the state.
This year the Association recognized many diverse companies and the Industry Award Recipients were deBotech, Inc., Charlotte Motor Speedway STEM Program, Richard & Judy Childress – Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma, Safer Racer Tour and GoPro Motorplex.
In addition, the Achievement in Motorsports Tribute Award recognizes a person whose contributions to racing have made an immeasurable impact on motorsports in North Carolina. This year the NCMA recognized NASCAR President Mike Helton. Previous recipients were Benny Parsons, Richard Petty, Richard Childress, Dale Earnhardt, Junior Johnson, O. Bruton Smith and H.A. Humpy Wheeler.
Michael Waltrip presented deBotech’s Industry Award to Hans deBot, the President/CEO of the company. Hans sincerely expressed his appreciation for the recognition from the NCMA and Motorsports Industry. He described the positive impact that motorsports has had on deBotech and his desire to continue to make better, faster, stronger products for the Motorsports and Racing Industries. Hans and his wife, Jamye deBot, founded deBotech, Inc. in 1998 and have grown the company into an organization that serves many diverse industries. Hans closed his remarks by stating how humbled and honored he was to accept this prestigious award for deBotech.
Honored to be featured in the NC State Alumni Magazine…
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2014 has been an exciting and challenging year for deBotech, Inc. and I would like to thank all of our customers for presenting those challenges and giving us the opportunities. The deBotech team strives each and everyday to meet our customers’ needs and quality expectations no matter the challenges and I would like to thank each of them for their tireless work and dedication.
We are looking forward to the challenges of 2015. May you and yours have a blessed Holiday Season and Happy New Year.
Mooresville Christmas Parade
There was a chill in the air at the 70th annual Mooresville Christmas parade, with patrons bundled up as the participants walked, rolled, danced and drove down Main Street. Kicking off at 3:30 p.m., hundreds of residents from Mooresville and Iredell County lined the streets to watch grand marshal Hans deBot lead the parade, followed by floats, marching bands, dance troupes and popular characters like Elsa from “Frozen,” Winnie the Pooh, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and of course, Santa himself.