March 4, 2015: Shockwave Motors, Inc.
Shockwave Motors, Inc. received a grant from Jonathan Williams, founder of the Tennessee Veterans Business Association; the grant was made possible by Eric W. Barton, President and CEO of Vanquish Worldwide. Accepting the grant was John McMillian, CEO of Shockwave Motors, Inc. John said, “I appreciate that both Jonathan and Eric believe in what we are working to accomplish at Shockwave Motors and this grant will help move us closer to full scale manufacturing of our high performance electric roadster.”
Shockwave Motors began in 2006. After several years of research and development, they have created two test roadsters and formed a corporation. They have also completed all of the necessary requirements for their SAE national and international certifications as a motorcycle manufacturer. Shockwave Motors is focused on the triple bottom-line of People, Planet, and Profit.
Tennessee Veterans Business Association is a non-profit membership trade association that is dedicated exclusively to the interests of veterans in business. The foundation of the organization is built on four cornerstones: marketing, government advocacy, education and training, and veteran employment issues.
Vanquish Worldwide provides a complete range of services and solutions to commercial and government customers across the world. These services benefit and enhance local economies while improving the quality of life for the people and communities they serve.
Shockwave Motors, Inc. is a values-based, technology driven, certified electric vehicle (motorcycle) manufacturer. The electric roadsters manufactured by Shockwave Motors are an innovative combination of the best of today’s technology and sleek, aerodynamic styling.
Please contact Shockwave Motors, Inc. at 423.754.6067 for additional details.