Read RPM 47.06, Driver Injured, What Can We Say

Now in subscribers’ e-mail, Racing Promotion Monthly issue 47.06. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, features: 45th Annual RPM Promoters Workshops Sneak Peek, Driver Injured, What Can We Say? Drug Use Suspicions, How Do We Handle It? From The RPM IdeaFile: Social Media, Showmanship, Where Does The Time Go? Advertising, Don’t Forsake Your Best Fans. Sponsors, Beyond The Billboard. Race & Tech, Group Qualifying. Publicity, We Never Learn. Legalert: Insurance And Rain Outs. INEX Update: Remembering Bob Slack. Workshops Calendar: 45th Annual Workshops Dates & Locations. 45th Workshops Lodging Details: Reno, Indy, Daytona Beach.and the Directory Of Services For Promoters: A Listing Of Workshops Exhibitors. Read Issue 47.06 on your phone, your tablet, your computer as a PDF, or online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 47.06 here: PDF File. Promoters, track owners, racing officials, tours, series, club officials, if you are not an enrolled RPM reader, subscribe today HERE to ensure you receive each new issue of the “The Idea Newsletter for Auto Racing Promoters.”

RPM 47.05, IRMA Commemorates K&K, Concessions Best Practices

Now in subscribers’ e-mail, Racing Promotion Monthly issue 47.05. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, features: IRMA Erects Commemorative Marker At K&K, and, From The RPM Archive, Concession Tips, plus from the RPM IdeaFile: Risk Management, Publicity, Race & Tech, Announcing, Customer Service tips, and, Legalert: Entrance Warning Signs, Also, Workshops Sponsors: Your First Choice For Products, Services, and the Directory Of Services For Promoters: A Listing Of Workshops Exhibitors. Read Issue 47.05 on your phone, your tablet, your computer as a PDF, or online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 47.05 here: PDF File. Promoters, track owners, racing officials, tours, series, club officials, if you are not an enrolled RPM reader, subscribe today HERE to ensure you receive each new issue of the “The Idea Newsletter for Auto Racing Promoters.”

RPM 47.04, Thunder Road Sold, Curley Passes, Will Short Tracks Get Their Due?

Now in subscribers’ e-mail, Racing Promotion Monthly issue 47.04. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, features… Squier & Curley Sell Thunder Road, Tom Curley Passes, Kalamazoo “Virtual” Drivers’ Meeting, Plus, Money, Publicity, Race & Tech, PR, Tips, Legalert: Fireworks Insurance, Workshops Sponsors: Your First Choice For Products, Services. Workshops Directory: Workshops Exhibitors, a click away. Read Issue 47.04 on your phone, your tablet, your computer as a PDF, or online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 47.04 here: PDF File. Promoters, track owners, racing officials, tours, series, club officials, if you are not an enrolled RPM reader, subscribe today HERE to ensure you receive each new issue of the “The Idea Newsletter for Auto Racing Promoters.”

RPM 47.03, SRP & 141 Spwy Troubles, Ideas For The New Season

Now in subscribers’ e-mail is Racing Promotion Monthly issue 47.03. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, features… Let There Be Light(s), Bill Bader v. State Of Ohio; Not So Merry In Maribel, 141 Spwy. v. County; Legalert: Develop An Emergency Plan; Idea File: Concession, Prep For The Health Inspector; PR: New Season Action Plan; Money Tips: Keep Nightly Records; Race & Tech: Mentors, Not Cops; Updated Directory Of Services–Best vendors a click away. Read Issue 47.03 on your phone, your tablet, your computer as a PDF, or online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 47.03 here: PDF File. Promoters, track owners, racing officials, tours, series, club officials, if you are not an enrolled RPM reader, subscribe today HERE to ensure you receive each new issue of the “The Idea Newsletter for Auto Racing Promoters.”

RPM 47.02, Robinson ARPY, Workshops Reno Return

Now in subscribers’ e-mail is Racing Promotion Monthly issue 47.02. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, features… Dan Robinson is 41st ARPY, Thompson Speedway’s World Series, is Outstanding Event Award Winner,
Workshops Return to Reno in November, Workshops Achievement Awards presented to Gibson, Voeltz, Stokes, Legalert: Track Rental Risks; Directory of Services, Best vendors a click away. Read Issue 47.02 on your phone, your tablet, your computer as a PDF, or online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 47.02 here: PDF File. Promoters, track owners, racing officials, tours, series, club officials, if you are not an enrolled RPM reader, subscribe today HERE to ensure you receive each new issue of the “The Idea Newsletter for Auto Racing Promoters.”

45th Workshops Return To Reno

The RPM Promoters Workshops announced today the 45th Annual Workshops Series will kick off November 29, 2017 at the Eldorado Hotel & Casino. The rechristened RPM@Reno Workshop, which replaces the RPM@Vegas Workshop of the last two years, will feature two-days of informational and networking sessions. The Workshop also returns to its traditional Workshop week, convening Thursday, and Friday, November 30 and December 1, 2017, preceded by a welcome reception Wednesday evening November 29. Preparation for the Workshop is underway with details on presenters and discussion topics available midsummer. The 45th Annual RPM Promoters Workshops Series will continue in Indianapolis, December 6, 2017, and conclude at Daytona Beach, February 12, 2018.  The 44th Annual Series concluded its run today in Daytona Beach with remarks by special guest, former NASCAR Cup Series director, John Darby and eight sessions, including Daytona International Speedway security director Stephen Beres’ outline of best practices for risk assessment, and incident prevention in a time of terrorism and public disturbances. Consultant Mike Lysakowski offered a refresher on effective PR and Zachary and Joe Skotnicki, of the Race of Champions Series, talked with promoters about teens’ entertainment preferences. Additional discussions covered best practices for policing and confiscation of unapproved parts, ideas for improved management of multi-day race events, an update on “The State of the Crate,” with Bill Martens of Chevrolet Performance, and a “lightning round” discussing ideas for race night efficiencies.

ROBINSON IS 41ST ARPY, THOMPSON’S WORLD SERIES GETS EVENT AWARD)

Dan Robinson, promoter of Lucas Oil (MO) Speedway, was revealed today as recipient of the 41st Auto Racing Promoter of the Year Award, sponsored by Racing Promotion Monthly and Charlotte Motor Speedway, in ceremonies at the Hilton Daytona Beach. Readers of Racing Promotion Monthly, the idea newsletter for auto racing promoters, chose Robinson from among six regional nominees.  Honored as Regional Auto Racing Promoters of the Year were Region One, Eastern Region: Josh Vanada, Thompson (CT) Speedway Motorsports Park; Region Two, Southeastern Region: Tim & Pat Bryant, Five Flags (FL) Speedway; Region Three, Central Region: Gary & Donna Howe, Kalamazoo (MI) Speedway; Region Four, Northern Region: Dan and Scott Ratajczak, and Toby Kruse, 141 (WI) Speedway; Region Five, Great Plains Region: Dan Robinson, Lucas Oil (MO) Speedway; Region Six, Southwest and Western Region: Doug & Traci Hobbs, Evergreen (WA) Speedway. Vanada received his first nomination, the Ratajczaks and Kruse, their second, Robinson, his fourth, and The Hobbs, their third. Kruse was earlier nominated for his operation at Marshalltown (IA) Speedway. Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park’s World Series of Speedway Racing, which this season celebrates 55 years, received the Racing Promotion Monthly Award for Outstanding Annual Short Track Event.

Tuesday will feature special guest, former NASCAR Cup Series director, John Darby. Presenters during the two-day Workshop include 40th Auto Racing Promoter of the Year Gray Garrison, Bowman Gray (NC) Stadium. Garrison shared the secrets of 68 years of continuous success at the track that resides in a public football stadium.  Attorneys Cary Agajanian and Paul Tetreault, of the Agajanian Law Firm, brought promoters up-to-date on case law and 2016 court decisions that affect racing. Tuesday sessions also include Daytona International Speedway security director Stephen Beres who will outline best practices for risk assessment, and incident prevention in a time of terrorist acts and public disturbances. Publisher, announcer, and consultant, Mike Lysakowski, Motorsports Aspects, will offer a refresher on effective PR and Billy Thomas, East Alabama Motor Speedway, will share his ideas for increasing efficiency during multi-day race events,  Zachary and Joe Skotnicki, of the Race of Champions Series, will talk with promoters about teens’ entertainment preferences.  Additional discussions include best practices for policing and confiscation of unapproved parts, fans use of live streaming apps on mobile devices during race events, an appraisal of the 2016 season, and a “lightning round” discussing ideas for race night efficiencies.

The Workshops and Racing Promotion Monthly, the idea newsletter for auto racing promoters, are produced with the year-round support of K&K Insurance Group; Inc. and Hoosier Racing Tire. The 44th Workshops Series was produced with additional sponsorship support from: INEX, Chevrolet Performance, Lucas Oil Products, Moffett Productions, Simes Graphic Designs, RACEceiver, Advertising Edge, Sunoco Race Fuels, Firethorn Marketing, IMCA, MyRacePass, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and FuelTix.

 

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