38th Workshop Dates Announced

Western Workshop, December 2-4, 2010; Speedweek Workshop, February 14-16, 2011.

RPM Has Big Economic Impact

Daytona CVB said, RPM contributed an economic impact of $415,000 to the area.

Nuckles, Promoters of the Year

In the Grand Ballroom at the Hilton Daytona Beach, February 8, the Nuckles family, promoters of Columbus (OH) Motor Speedway became the Thirty-Fourth Auto Racing Promoters of the Year by Racing Promotion Monthly, the idea newsletter for auto racing promoters. The Nuckles received the industry’s most prestigious award on their eighth nomination. Read More

ARPY Nominees to be Named January 5, 2010

The nominating deadline has passed.  The votes are in.  The slate of nominees from which readers of Racing Promotion Monthly will choose the 34th Auto Racing Promoter of the Year will be announced January 5, and the recipient of auto racing promotion’s highest award will be revealed February 8 in opening ceremonies at the Speedweek National RPM Promoters Workshop.

ARPY Nominations Close Dec. 20, 2009

Readers of Racing Promotion Monthly continue to nominate peers for Auto Racing Promoters of the Year.  Use the ballot printed in RPM number 3910, October 2009 to make your nominations.  Nominations close December 20, 2009.  Don’t miss this opportunity to nominate deserving promoters.

Promoters Foresee Good 2010

While concerned about economic conditions, more than 70% of promoters attending the just concluded RPM Promoters Workshop in Reno, Nevada, expected steady or increased ticket sales and car counts in 2010.  The Annual Western Workshops attracted 551 people, from 121 tracks, associations, and series, 53 exhibiting companies representing 31 states and two Canadian provinces and New Zealand.  Read More

Western Kick Off

Promoters and exhibitors from 39 states and three Canadian provinces gather December 3 in Reno for the first Workshop of the 37th Annual RPM Promoters Workshops Series produced by Racing Promotion Monthly.  The Workshop, the 98th such event organized by the publication, this year with the theme “Brand Your Racing, Sell Your Brand,” features 32 sessions focused on reminding promoters to put their emphasis on marketing their own “brand” of short track racing.  Read More