2015DaytonaPageHeadThe RPM@Daytona Workshop, coincides with Daytona Beach’s Speedweek, more than 10 days of racing at Daytona Beach-area short tracks and the superspeedway, culminating in the Daytona 500. For over 50 years, Daytona Beach has been the February gathering place for racers of all kinds. Attend the Workshops by day. Enjoy the sun and sand of Daytona-area beaches. Take in some of the hottest, most anticipated racing each night at the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, New Smyrna Speedway, the Dirt Car Nationals, Volusia Speedway Park, the Winternationals, East Bay Raceway and special events at Bubba Raceway Park. The Workshop is headquartered at Daytona Beach Hilton, Daytona Beach’s premier beachside hotel. Make your trip a winter getaway for the whole family with Orlando’s Disney, SeaWorld and other attractions nearby.

WHEN: February 14-17, 2016

WHERE: Hilton Daytona Beach Ocean Walk Village, 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL. The hotel is located centrally in downtown Daytona Beach on America’s most famous beach, within walking distance of the famous Daytona Boardwalk and its attractions. All sessions take place in the Daytona Beach Hilton Convention Center. Orlando attractions are nearby and there are excellent airline connections to the entire U.S. through Orlando International Airport or Daytona Beach International Airport. Lodging, RV parks, campsites and condos are plentiful. And… there is racing every night at nearby short tracks with complimentary race admission to RPM credential holders.

OFFICIAL HOTEL

HILTON DAYTONA BEACH OCEAN WALK VILLAGE Official Workshops hotel and meeting site: 100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, FL, Hilton Hotels reservations: 866-536-8477, Hotel direct reservations: 386-254-8200 (9a-5p weekdays). Special Group Rate: $139/night, Saturday-Tuesday, Reference “RPM Promoters Workshops” when calling. www.daytonahilton.com

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WHY DAYTONA IN FEBRUARY? The RPM Promoters Workshops have been for over 40 years a cornerstone of Daytona Speedweek. Since 1972, RPM has gathered the nation’s promoters during Florida Speedweek. If you’ve always wanted to witness the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at ROBERT HART’s New Smyrna, the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia, or the Winternationals at AL VARNADORE’s and TODD HUTTO’s East Bay here’s your chance for a “working vacation.” You can attend the Workshops by day and go racing every night. You’ll rub shoulders with racing movers and shakers at the Workshops, in restaurants, pit areas, and concourses. Families will enjoy sunny Daytona-area beaches. Flee the snow and cold early and catch short track action in Georgia and Florida as you drive south. Arrive early for the Shootout at the big speedway, or stay for the Duels or the Daytona 500. Visit Epcot, Disney, SeaWorld or other Orlando attractions.

ENJOY AMERICA’S MOST FAMOUS BEACH! Daytona Beach offers kayaking, para-sailing, and more. Relax aboard a scenic riverboat. On the famous beach, enjoy water slides, surf lessons or fishing. Spouses can enjoy gift stores, antique shops, boutiques and malls. And, there is plenty of great dining. Learn more at DaytonaChamber.Com.

Work on the session line up for the 42nd Workshops Series is underway… Meantime, here are examples of the panel discussions and presentations from Workshops of the last several years. Case History: Successful Short Track; Case History: Anatomy of a Gate Giveaway; Update: 21st Century Sponsorship; Open Forum Q&A With Racing Attorneys; Race Management, Entrant Relations, Improving Short Track PR, Improving Your Web Presence, Protecting Your Insurability, Improving Short Track Announcing, Building a Short Track Brand, Improving Community Relations, Legislative and Legal Update, Emergency Incident Management, TechSpec, A Discussion of Rules and Enforcement; Short Track Mobile Marketing, Sealed Engine Tech, New Promoters Open Forum Q&A, A Buffet of Concession Ideas, Case History: One New Promoter’s Experiences, Transponder Scoring.

 

 

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