Kelsie Davidson of Osceola, Neb., and Tyler Paddock of Mound City, Kan., will serve two-year terms leading and organizing the Young Guns program, as well as serving as delegates on the Outlaw board of directors.
"These young drivers are the future of pulling and the future of ag," Dave Nelson, executive vice president of the Outlaw Truck & Tractor Pulling Association, said.
"By creating a platform like this, we can help influence their pulling success, their careers and their lives. This is a program where we can help these youth grow through the motorsport of truck and tractor pulling."
Titan said the title sponsorship continues the company's tradition of supporting organizations that work with young people interested in agriculture, including the company's antique tractor restoration program, founded in 1996, which provides free tires to National FFA and 4-H student members for tractor restoration projects.
Financial terms were not disclosed.
"The Outlaw Young Guns is a unique program that will help build confidence, create friendships and provide mentorship for the participants," Kim Boccardi, vice president of marketing at Titan, said.
"We can't wait to see what these young people do with the opportunities it will provide."