Battery Supplier Launches Video Series Spotlighting Odyssey Line

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Stored energy solution supplier EnerSys is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its Odyssey batteries line with a new video series.

The company’s “Odyssey Battery Journey” initiative takes viewers through a customer’s personal journey using the power solution. The series illustrates the battery’s appeal to global demographics and applications, including the RV, marine, automotive, powersports and fleet vehicle industries.

“The range of applications and performance demands that Odyssey batteries handle enables them to deliver trustworthy and long-lasting service for every one of our customers, including custom builders, race car drivers and thrill seekers anxious to take their driving experience to the next level,” EnerSys Senior Director of Marketing Dave McMullen said.

Those interested can watch the first three videos here.

In one video, Rockstar Performance Garage’s Nic Ashby shows how Odyssey batteries deliver deep-cycle reserve power and maximum cranking power on custom builds. Ashby installs Odyssey batteries in all the company’s off-road vehicles.

Jim Marsden, Europe’s “most successful” extreme off-road racer, is featured in the series discussing the batteries’ use in racing. Marsden has more than 50 titles and, in 2019, became the first person to win the Croatia Trophy for a record three times.

Warfighter Made, an organization adapting vehicles to accommodate veteran and servicemember needs, is also in the series. The company’s custom builds are equipped with Odyssey batteries, assisting drivers who sustained combat wounds and injuries.

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