Exhibit space remains available for a limited time in the trade shows that accompany the upcoming 43rd Annual RPM Promoters Workshops. (Download Prospectus/Application Here) The short track promoters gatherings provide a sales environment making accessible the hard-to-reach decision makers of weekly motorsports, enabling sellers to engage the market in a receptive forum free from big-show expense. The trade shows are a highlight of the conventions that last year hosted over 750 track, series, tour, and club promoters, managers, and race officials. The RPM Promoters Workshops, in Las Vegas, November 11-13, Indianapolis, December 9, and Daytona Beach, February 14-16, 2016, are produced by Racing Promotion Monthly, the idea newsletter for auto racing promoters, with the support of K&K Insurance Group, Inc., and Hoosier Racing Tire. To learn more about the RPM Promoters Workshops, for 43 years the off-season networking places for weekly race track promoters and officials, go to racingpromotionmonthly.com or call Stewart Doty, show manager, at Racing Promotion Monthly, 715.536.1067, or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hotel reservations may now be made for the new November RPM@Vegas Workshop at the Palace Station Hotel & Casino, the official meeting hotel of the RPM@Vegas Workshop. RPM guests can pay as little as $24.99 & $34.99/night, plus taxes and fees, while inventory lasts. Room availability is limited, and the IMCA Duel In The Desert, takes place the same week. Rooms will be at a premium. Las Vegas offers low airfares as well. The average airfare to Las Vegas on national and charter carriers is $260.52, among the lowest of any national destination, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. RPM@Vegas hotel reservation information and rates can be found HERE. Guests may now also reserve rooms for the other Workshops of the 43rd Annual RPM Promoters Workshops Series at the two official hotels of the RPM@Indy Workshop, the Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown, Indianapolis, and the Microtel Inn & Suites Indianapolis Airport (Information HERE) and at the Hilton Daytona Beach Ocean Walk Village for the RPM@Daytona Workshop (Information HERE). RPM@Vegas will kick off Wednesday night November 11, with sessions Thursday and Friday, November 12, & 13, 2015; RPM@Indy, December 9, 2015; and RPM@Daytona, will kick off Sunday night February 14, with sessions Monday and Tuesday, February 15, & 16, 2016. Follow RPM for breaking news and updates on Workshops speakers and session topics, available soon.
Exhibit space is now available in the trade shows that accompany the upcoming 43rd Annual RPM Promoters Workshops, in Las Vegas, NV, Indianapolis, IN, and Daytona Beach, FL. (Download Prospectus Here) The trade shows provide a sales environment that makes accessible the hard-to-reach decision makers of weekly motorsports, enabling companies offering services, and products to engage the market in a receptive forum free from big-show hassles and expense. The shows are Read More
Western Workshop Moves To Las Vegas: Soon in subscribers’ e-mail is Racing Promotion Monthly issue 45.06. The latest edition, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, is readable in a tablet/HD Display-friendly format. The 24-page promoters’ and racing officials’ e-magazine offers complete details on the relocation of the Western RPM Promoters Workshop scheduled for November 11-13, 2015 and a comprehensive guide to Read More
Next November three weeks earlier than previous years, the Western National RPM Promoters Workshop will gather short track promoters in a new location, Las Vegas, NV. The Workshop convenes November 11, 12,13, 2015, in The Entertainment Capital of the World, replacing its 30-year December run in Reno. The Workshop, last convened in Las Vegas in 1977, will take place at the Palace Station Hotel & Casino, a leading off-strip property.
“We enjoyed a great run in Reno at the Eldorado. The Eldorado was great Workshops partner and we recommend it to anyone going to Reno.” said Stewart Doty, Workshop Chairman. “The Palace Station, and Las Vegas offer value pricing, excitement, earlier dates, and the popular, IMCA-sanctioned, Duel in the Desert at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, giving promoters the perfect idea starter and racing getaway that will give them a leg up on 2016 season planning.”
The 1000-room Palace Station Hotel & Casino offers seven restaurants, two coffee shops, nightly entertainment, two pools, a spa, table games, slots, video poker, a bingo room, keno, poker and a race and sports book. The Palace Station is located 5 minutes from the strip and within an easy-on, easy-off freeway drive to Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Information on speakers and sessions, and lodging for the New RPM@Vegas will be posted here and published in RPM when it becomes available. Lodging information for the RPM@Indy and RPM@Daytona Workshops will be posted and published in Racing Promotion Monthly soon.
The RPM Promoters Workshops are produced by Racing Promotion Monthly, the idea newsletter for auto racing promoters, published year-round with the support of K&K Insurance Group, Inc., Hoosier Racing Tire. The new RPM@Vegas Workshop is the first of three Workshops of the 43rd Annual RPM Promoters Workshops Series. After the RPM@Vegas, the series moves to Indianapolis for the one-day RPM@Indy Workshops on December 9, 2015, in the Media Center on the grounds of Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The series concludes in February 2016 with the RPM@Daytona Workshop at the Hilton Daytona Beach Ocean Walk Village, February 14,15,16, 2015.
Soon in subscribers’ e-mail is Racing Promotion Monthly issue 45.05. The latest RPM, complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire, is readable in a tablet/HD Display-friendly format. The 24-page promoters’ and racing officials’ e-magazine visits 141 Speedway, discusses the necessity of mobile responsive websites, reports on Glenn Donnelly’s SYNDI synthetic dirt surface, and includes, Legalert: “When Drivers Attack,” and publicity tips any track can use, plus offers eight additional car count building, ticket sales and sponsorship boosting stories, among these, discussions of community relations, tech and confiscation, sponsorship activation, restroom maintenance, and banking. Read Issue 45.05 online on computer, tablet, or smartphone here: Online Edition. Download issue 45.05 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.”
Now in subscribers’ e-mail is Racing Promotion Monthly issue 45.04. The latest RPM, readable in a tablet/HD Display-friendly format, is complements of K&K Insurance and Hoosier Racing Tire. The 24-page promoters’ and racing officials’ e-magazine pays respects to Alfred Gurley and Lillian Simes, discusses entrants and the DOT, the publicity opportunities promoters miss in local media, includes an updated Directory of Services for Promoters, and offers eleven additional car count building, ticket sales and sponsorship boosting stories. Read Issue 45.04 on iPad or tablet here: Online Edition. Download 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.”