ZYPPAH to be featured in Indianapolis 500

Dental sleep medicine is a rapidly growing area. Adding to the excitment of this weekend's events, ZYPPAH, which offers snoring solutions, will be featured on the No. 7 car driven by Mikhail Aleshin in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500.

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Dental sleep medicine is a rapidly growing area. Adding to the excitment of this weekend's events, ZYPPAH, which offers snoring solutions, will be featured on the No. 7 car driven by Mikhail Aleshin in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500.

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One of dentistry’s fastest growing specialties will be featured in the fast lane for the world to see on Sunday in Indianapolis. ZYPPAH, the only solution with the Snoring Eliminator, has helped thousands of people live a better life and enjoy more sleep by addressing the root cause. Now ZYPPAH will be featured on the No. 7 car driven by Mikhail Aleshin in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500. Pastor Will Marotti and ZYPPAH will join Schmidt Peterson Motorsports on the Honda entry.

Additionally, ZYPPAH will be launching its professional division, ZYPPAH Pro Sleep Certified. This online community will be committed to removing and lowering the barriers that keep dentists from treating and growing the sleep part of their practices.

"We are honored to return to the Brickyard and to team up once again with our good friends at Schmidt-Peterson Motorsports," Marotti said. "We are equally excited to move over to the No. 7 car to help bolster and support a fast, capable driver like Mikhail Aleshin. It is a great privilege to bring a growing national brand like ZYPPAH into motorsports for the very first time."

The Indianapolis 500 will not only mark ZYPPAH’s debut at the famed speedway but also the first time the snoring and sleep apnea prevention device manufacturer has been featured in any IndyCar event. The sponsorship will continue for three additional races to be named after the Indianapolis 500.

"I am very pleased that ZYPPAH has become a part of the history and legacy of IndyCar racing as a sponsor of Marotti Racing," Dr. Jonathan Greenburg, CEO of ZYPPAH, said.

While this will be ZYPPAH’s first time on a nationally televised IndyCar race, it’s not the first time the company has been featured on a national broadcast. On a recent installment of NBC Nightly News, ZYPPAH, which is HAPPY Z spelled backwards, was shown to be the only device to help a man stop his nightly snoring that had grown so persistent that it drove his wife to another bedroom. You can see the segment on ZYPPAH.com.


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