Tomorrow’s The Day. RPM@Daytona, ARPY Revealed, Networking, Great Sessons!

44rpmSquareLogo2sm2Attention short track promoters! RPM@Daytona convenes in mere hours! You can be there, 9 a.m. sharp, tomorrow. Get your credentials this afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Hilton Daytona Beach, 100 North Atlantic Ave. Who will be revealed as the 41st Auto Racing Promoter of the Year? Fifteen sessions including special guest speaker John Darby. Networking, trade show, ideas that will increase car counts, ticket sales, and sponsorship. Why not make the most of your day in Daytona Beach before tonight’s races, and your last chance to make your 2017 season your best ever.

Promoters, RPM@Daytona, In Town, Come On Down!

44rpmSquareLogo2sm2Headed for Daytona Beach? Already in Florida? You can still join promoters at the RPM@Daytona Workshop, Hilton Daytona Beach Ocean Walk Village, 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach. Sessions, 9:00 a.m., Monday February 20. Pick up your credential at the Workshop. There’s no added cost for late entries. See what the RPM Promoters Workshops can mean to the success of your track in 2017. RacingPromotionMonthly.Com

RPM@Daytona Credentials Available Online

44rpmSquareLogo2sm2Promoters!  Don’t miss your last chance to make the 2017 season your best ever.  RPM@Daytona offers 15 sessions, networking, and the industry’s best vendors in the Workshops trade show.  You can still reserve credentials online HERE.  The mail-in and FAX deadlines have come and gone, but web registration remains open until February 16.  Get a complete session schedule HERE.  See you in Daytona Beach!

Procrastinating Promoters, It’s Never Too Late For RPM@Daytona!

44rpmSquareLogo2sm2Your last chance before 2017 roars to life at your track! The credential deadline for RPM@Daytona is past. But, don’t let that stop you from experiencing the Workshops. FAX your reservation, reserve online, or e-mail it today, or get your credential on-site. There is no penalty for late entry at RPM@Daytona, February 20. See what the RPM Promoters Workshops can mean to the success of your track in 2017. RacingPromotionMonthly.Com

RPM 47.01, In The Palm Of Your Hand, Tips For New Promoters

4612handphone Now in subscribers’ e-mail is Racing Promotion Monthly issue 47.01. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, features… “Marketing” Tips For Promotional Newcomers, Dose Of Reality; RPM@Daytona Session Lineup: Complete Day-By-Day; New Promoter Fall-Back Plan: RX For A Back-Foot Start; Legalert: Pre-Season Risk Management Walk-Through; Two Special Daytona Guest Speakers: John Darby, Stephen Beres; Read Issue 47.01 on your phone, your tablet, your computer as a PDF, or online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 47.01 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.”

ARPY Ballot In The Mail

arpylogowebReaders of Racing Promotion Monthly will soon receive via first-class mail from the U.S. Postal Service their official ballot for selecting the 41st Auto Racing Promoter of the Year.  The ballot has a return deadline of February 10. Nominees for 41st Auto Racing Promoter of the Year are: 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. The Regional Auto Racing Promoters of the Year will be recognized, and the recipient of the 41st annual award will be revealed Monday, morning, February 20, at the RPM@Daytona Promoters Workshop, along with the event chosen as the 2016 Racing Promotion Monthly Outstanding Short Track Event.  Promoters may reserve credentials through the “RPM@Daytona Credentials” link at RacingPromotionMonthly.Com.  Watch for your ballot.  Help recognize excellence in auto racing promotion!

RPM@Daytona Session Lineup Available, John Darby Guest Speaker

The RPM@Daytona Workshop, February 19-21, 2017, offers two days, fifteen sessions, and a last chance to find ideas that will increase car counts, ticket sales, and sponsorship as the new season begins. Enjoy a unique opportunity to hear special guest speaker and friend of the Workshops, John Darby, former NASCAR Cup Series Director and witness the revealing of the 41st Auto Racing Promoter of the Year.  Among the sessions on the schedule for the Monday-Tuesday Workshop are an open forum examining the 2016 season and trends for 2017, a discussion of smartphone live streaming and the risks it presents to ticket sales.  Fortieth ARPY, Gray Garrison, Bowman Gray (NC) Stadium, will explain how BGS retains its fan appeal after 60 years. Attorney Cary Agajanian and colleagues will report on the year’s case law decisions and sit for Q&A on all things legal and liability. Special Speedweek guest, Stephen Beres, Senior Director of Security, Daytona International Speedway, will talk with promoters about best practices for safely hosting the public in the era of “soft targets.”  In additional sessions, teenager Zachary Skotnicki will offer thoughts on engaging young fans, and a session will examine enforcement, and confiscation protocols, with a special focus on non-conforming tires.  Capping the fifteen sessions will be “Why Your News Release Got Trashed,” an update on what’s new from Chevrolet Performance sealed engines, a lightning round, “Surmounting Race Night Surprises,” and tips for organizing multi-day special events.

Credentials for the Workshop may be reserved by FAX or online with applications available on the RPM website.  Download the session lineup HERE.  For more information and applications visit: