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RACING PROMOTION MONTHLY NEWSLETTER; ISSUE 53.11 THE PROMOTERS VOICE & FORM SINCE 1972; NOVEMBER EDITION
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11/25/2023

11/25/2023

Racing Promotion Monthly


RACING PROMOTION MONTHLY NEWSLETTER; ISSUE 53.11 THE PROMOTERS VOICE & FORM SINCE 1972; NOVEMBER EDITION

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TIME TO BOOK (#MAKNG THE NEWS)
RPM WORKSHOP.TV (#RPMWORKSHOPTV)
GET IN THE KNOW (#GET IN THE KNOW)
A FEW THINGS (#AFEWTHINGS)
RPM MARKETPLACE (#RPM MARKETPLACE)
TRAXXPIX (#Traxpixx)
EXHIBITOR AND SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT (#Spotlight)
LEGAL UPDATE (#LEGALUPDATE)
DIRECTORY OF SERVICES (#DIRECTORY)

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51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops, will take place November 28, 29 and 30, 2023. For Reno, PLEASE NOTE - We are moving in Reno to the Silver Legacy as part of the "The Row". The rooms at the Silver Legacy were remodeled in 2020, booking details will be released in the June edition of the RPM Newsletter. We will remain at the Shores Resort and Spa in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida for the 51st Annual RPM@Daytona Workshops on February 11, 12 and 13. Booking details for the Shores will also be available in the June Edition of the RPM Newsletter.
51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops and RPM@Daytona Workshops begin to Take Shape

The 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops are beginning to take shape as speakers and presentations continue to be added to the agenda, which will be released at the end of September. Registrations will be available for all parties beginning October 1, 2023 but that doesn't mean you should stop planning your travel itinerary to help bolster your business. That is our goal with the RPM Workshops, to help you increase your bottom line, which is the most important part of business for all of us. We are working on updating everything so please stay tuned, we are looking forward to a successful 51st Annual RPM Workshops season that is approaching all too quickly.

Time to Book Your Trip to the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western and RPM@Daytona Venues

As we continue to move forward this season, things on the short track level are looking good.

Crowds and cars are positive and the panic that seemed to consume "off-season" discussions has become quieter. There remains a lot of work to be done, no different than any of us face as we continue to build the 51st Annual RPM Workshops as well as running through the bulk of our racing schedule. The work seemingly never ends.

The long grinds, the tireless effort without fanfare, we all face it. Make sure you attend the 51st Annual RPM Workshops and make arrangements to stay with us at the Silver Legacy in Reno, Nevada or the Shores Spa & Resort in Daytona Beach, Florirda.

Some folks have already called and there are airfare breaks, with more expected in regard to Reno. Please note the correct dates for the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops are Tuesday, November 28; Wednesday, November 29 and Thursday, November 30. Early bird airfare breaks were being offered by Southwest Airlines.

The 51st Annual RPM@Daytona will take place at the Shores Resort and Plaza in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida on February 11, 12 and 13.

Booking information for Reno is available at this link; The group code is SRRPM23; https://book.passkey.com/go/SRRPM23 (Room Reservations begin at $55.00 per night).

The link of the 51st RPM@Daytona Workshops is here. Book now for accommodations as many of the sessions last year were "Standing Room Only" for one of the most exciting meetings in years; https://be.synxis.com/?Hotel=17713&Chain=5433&arrive=2024-02-09&depart=2024-02-15&adult=1&child=0&group=2402RPMRAC_001 (Room Reservations begin at $195 per night).

Current speakers for the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops already include Sean Foster (promoter at the Waterford Speedbowl); Renee Dupuis (Monaco Modified Series) and Megan Hazel (World Racing Group) among others.

The 51st Annual RPM Workshops are certain to be exciting and educational experiences.
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Josh Holt of Webster, South Dakota has played a vital role in the continued development and production of the RPM Workshops, a true "RPM Believer" will play a major role "Where is all Begins" when we gather at the Silver Legacy for the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops.

SCHEDULE SET FOR RPM@RENO WESTERN WORKSHOPS - "Where it all Begins..." the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops

Putting together the Workshops is quite an undertaking. We have to take the temperature of the industry, arrange for discussions on relevant topics and attempt to assemble the best program possible for all in attendance. From the outside looking in, it may appear easy, however it is far from it.

One of the most relevant topics that has come out recently is the ability to work with one another. The landscape of the business is always changing, but we - as the major stakeholders in all of our businesses - do very little to work together and benefit one another.

It's evident, even more so if you are in the trenches, so as I looked near and far to find someone who seemed to have the capability to pull us all together and make us stronger, I realized there was one person who had this capability and that young man is Josh Holt. Holt is from Webster, South Dakota, currently residing in Sioux Falls, South Dakota after studying at South Dakota State University and he turns 40 in January. He's a bright light in our business.

He has experienced more than any of us probably know. He's been involved in racing for more than 30-years; a retired sprint car racer, previous track and event promoter. Holt held the lease and role of promoter at Rapid Speedway in Rock Rapids, Iowa and as the General Manager and Promoter at Park Jefferson Speedway in South Dakota, His current business is MyRacePass, that he owns with partners, Ross VanEck and Zach Calmus.

The business of MyRacePass began in 2008 with a vision of building driver's websites. Over time the vision and direction changed to what is now MyRacePass.

Holt's passion for the business is obvious, but his ability to work with everyone is what has caught the attention of many. NASCAR, IMCA, WISSOTA, USMTS, World of Outlaws, DIRTcar, Super DirtCAR, nearly 800 promoters across North America and now they are venturing into drag racing, constantly growing, working with everyone, seeing our trends, our successes and our failures.

Holt is not charged to stand before us and discuss websites or any of the products within MyRacePass, but to help us come together, "Where it all Begins" the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops.

In our discussions we have discussed topics from "building a business from scratch" to "the numbers" to the importance of "relationship building" and how it takes all of us pulling the rope in the same direction. For the betterment of our business, that point has become imperative.

Sometimes we have looked outside of the business for guidance, however, sometimes we have to start within ourselves when it comes to reevaluating things and returning toward success. That's what we did this time and we know "Where it all Begins..." the 51st annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops, we hope to see you there.

To learn a little more about Josh and his two partners Zach and Ross, please watch this video put together by the PRI Road Tour just a couple of years ago. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2yG67EdGhQ

From top-to-bottom moving clockwise; Holt, laptop open, on the phone working a tradeshow booth. This is Holt on most days. Holt piloting his kart at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. A young Josh Holt ready for karting competition. In victory lane at a sprint car race and prior to his retirement, behind the wheel of a sprint car.
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Ken Squier taking in the action at Thunder Road, his home, his track until 2017. Squier recently passed after a battle with illness.

Kenley Dean Squier

I didn't know Ken Squier that well. I saw him, we shook hands and we passed each other many times running in the same groups of folks that people in this business often do. I did look up to him though, as we all should. If it weren't for his efforts, our sport may not be so mainstream these days.

Ken Squier was a publicist, a promoter and someone with a great vision. He and Billy France, Jr., founded the Motor Racing Network (MRN Radio). He saw things on a grand stage in a grand manner. Squier through his channels at NASCAR was for the most responsible for getting "flag-to-flag" coverage of the Daytona 500, which began in 1979 and we all know how that worked out.

"It was a tough sell," Squier noted in regard to the telecast of the Daytona 500. "There was a general feeling that this was more of a novelty thing and that it wouldn't work on a national level."

Squier opened Thunder Road in 1960, "the Nation's Site of Excitement..." and he was partners with 5 others that opened Catamount Stadium in Milton, Vermont. Catamount was open from 1965 until 1987 when it became the grounds for an industrial park. Thunder Road, sold in 2017 remains operated by Chris Michaud, who owns several facilities, leases and the ACT (American Canadian Tour) for Late Models that Squier was influential in developing with Tom Curley.

Squier understood the importance of short track racing. When he was live on television, it was never far from his references. He was always promoting it.

Uniquely, Squier was another great link to Stock Car Racing and more importantly short track racing's grand past.

Folks like Squier are guys that come along once in a lifetime. They really are a national treasure, especially to our sport. Squier will be missed greatly.
Ken Squier high atop Daytona International Speedway (top) and with Paul Schaefer at teh RPM Workshops.

Some of the familiar and new faces you will see at the 51st annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops. Paul Tetreault during the legal presentation; Dennis Gage, our always gracious Master of Ceremonies; Kendra Jacobs, who is now with the High Limit Sprint Car Series, but can speak on multiple topics in the business, including streaming and Sean Foster, an articulate and observant contributor to the Short Track Industry.
RPM@RENO WESTERN WORKSHOP SCHEDULE – Subject to change, additional topics and presenters

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2023;

6:30 p.m. RPM@RENO Western Workshop Credentials **NOVI *** in the Eldorado

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2023;

8:00 a.m. WORKSHOPS GUEST SERVICES DESK OPENS, Convention Area at the Silver Legacy advanced and late-entry credentials available.
8:45 a.m. WORKSHOPS TRADE SHOW OPENS, products and services for promoters and short tracks.
9:45 a.m. PROMOTERS’ WELCOME, The Silver Legacy, Ken Ostempowski, Senior Vice President and General Manager – The Row
9:45 a.m. 51st Annual RPM@RENO Western Workshops Opening – WHERE IT ALL BEGINS
9:55 a.m. JOSH HOLT, One of the founding partners of MyRacePass. Holt will bring his unique insight, experience and thoughts as we move through what can be considered different times in our industry.
11:05 p.m. KENDRA JACOBS; Making your Stream Right for You!
12:00-1:25 p.m. LUNCH BREAK
1:25 p.m. WORKSHOP RECONVENES, announcements and introduction of special guests;
PAUL UNDERWOOD – K&K Insurance (May be Steve Sinclair Speaking)
PAUL MENTING – Hoosier Racing Tire

1:45 p.m. – 2:20 p.m. – ASK AN ARPY! – The Hit Session from RPM@DAYTONA COMES TO THE WEST COAST

2:30-5:00 p.m. Concurrent Sessions: Five topics, two rooms.

THE K&K INSURANCE ROOM
2:30-3:45 p.m. “CALIFORNIA DREAMING” RAISING THE BAR, A discussion among California Track Operators, Sanctioning Bodies, Suppliers about the future of California Auto Racing.
3:45-4:15 p.m. CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE; STATE OF THE CRATE, Chevrolet Performance, “State of the Crate” direct from one of the top executives at Chevrolet Performance.

THE HOOSIER TIRE ROOM
2:30-3:15 p,m. BRYAN ROBB, Digital Marketing Choice – Understand & Grow through Online Advertising
3:15-3:45 p.m. “THE JODY SESSION’ – an entire session devoted to “Women in the Promotional Business…” named after Jody Deery, this session will become a permanent session at the Workshops.
3:45-4:15 p.m. TICKETS, TICKETS, TICKETS… How as an industry are we selling tickets? Walk up? Online? Do we need to change?

4:15-5:00 SLOT TOURNAMENT PRESENTED BY CAESAR’S… Closing the day with a little bit of fun. (Casino Floor)

5:00 p.m. CLOSING REMARKS, ADJOURNMENT

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2023

8:15 a.m. WORKSHOPS GUEST SERVICES DESK OPENS, Convention Area at the Silver Legacy Advanced and late-entry credentials available.
8:30 a.m. WORKSHOPS TRADE SHOW OPENS, Continental breakfast, products and services for promoters and short tracks.
9:30 a.m. WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS, 2024 Date and Introductions

9:45 a.m. TIMES ARE CHANGING, CHRIS GRANER; Partners at Speed Sport and Rivet, Graner will break down things that will help all of us look at what we are doing differently to be more successful
10:15 a.m. ONLINE AND TICKETING TRENDS, An overview of ticketing.
11:00 a.m. PARTNER MINUTES; Partners of RPM get there time.

11:30 a.m. ANNUAL CASE LAW SUMMARY: Paul Tetreault, Agajanian, McFall, Weiss, Tetreault, & Crist, LLP review the the year’s case law decisions.

12:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. LUNCH BREAK

1:30 p.m. WORKSHOP RECONVENES, followed by Concurrent Sessions: with influential topics presented in two rooms.

THE K&K INSURANCE ROOM

1:30 – 3:00 p.m. – MOTORSPORTS, GENERAL LAW DISCUSSION / PRO-BONO HOUR; Tetreault updates attendees on the circumstances that surround our environment (open to written questions). Tetreault takes an hour to discuss topics individually.
3:00 – 3:45 p.m. – FOSTERING SHORT TRACK RACING, Sean Foster, Promoter, Traveler, Willing Maintainer of Short Track Racing shares his thoughts and takes questions on moving the ball forward.
3:45 - 4:30 p.m. – SANCTIONED RACES, “TO BE SANCTIONED OR NOT, THAT’S A GREAT QUESTION”; (Tom Deery, Dupuis and Jacobs)

THE HOOSIER TIRE ROOM

1:30 – 2:15 p.m. – BRINGING BACK 25; Chuck Deery and Gregg McKarns and their famous “25 ideas”
2:15 – 3:00 p.m. – MARKETING TIME; Tammy Vietti of Vietti Marketing presents.
3:00-3:45 p.m. – TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS ONLINE AND OTHERWISE; AULLS, HOLT AND GRANER – WEBSITE, SCORING AND STREAMING EQUIPMENT ADVANCEMENT, WHAT HAS CHANGED, WHAT YOU NEED…
3:45-4:30 p.m. – INSPECTIONS, TECHNICAL DISCUSSION, ETC.. (Bob Strauss, Joe Skotnicki)

5:00 p.m. ADJOURNMENT: Enjoy, please remain safe, with a safe journey home and a wonderful Holiday Season!
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** Secrets To Create Customer Loyalty and Drive Revenue and Profits

Does your customer experience and customer engagement build customer loyalty to drive more revenue in your business? For many years, business owners and marketers have been experimenting with methods to drive customer loyalty. From redeeming tokens and stamps to collecting box tops and punch cards, loyalty programs were (and still can be) a way to move customers along the buyer’s journey and retain them. After all, it pays to have loyal fans, as they often spend more and provide free advertising as they spread the word to friends and colleagues.

But with a world of choices now at their fingertips, consumers are no longer confined to the limited selection that’s available at their neighborhood store. They can buy whatever they want, whenever they want it at a competitive price by shopping around the internet. Building genuine, lasting relationships requires a deeper connection between your business and customers: It's called "emotional loyalty".

** Today, building loyalty is about creating memorable experiences and building a base of ambassadors to share your story, not just increasing transactions.

What is "Emotional Loyalty"?

Emotional loyalty is the deep connection achieved when every touch point and communication a customer receives from your business makes them feel valued and respected. True loyalty is not just a points program or a rewards card. Though these are tactics that bring your business and your customers closer together. But genuine loyalty is an outcome—a goal you can only achieve by truly knowing your customers and carefully nurturing every relationship you have.

Establishing an emotional connection between your business and customers is the ultimate goal, as it builds lasting relationships that keep your customers engaged and coming back over and over. But achieving this level of customer love requires a strategy of activities and behaviors between your business, your staff and the customer to drive engagement at every single touchpoint.

Prioritizing customer loyalty is a worthy investment in your business. By investing in customer loyalty through deeper emotional connections, your business will stand to not only gain increased profits now, but future sales as well.

It costs up to25x more to acquire new customers than to retain existing ones.

There are three types of loyalty:

  1. Affinity - "I like you but I don't love you." - Customers have affinity for your business when they enjoy what theyour offer: high-quality goods or products at a great value. But liking your business doesn’t mean being loyal to it and return again.
  2. Attachment - "You know me well." - Attachment is less about liking your business and more about making a connection. When you and your staff make the effort to connect in meaningful and personalized ways with your customers your customers feel valued, appreciated, and confident in your company’s ability to meet their expectations.
  3. Trust - "Let's be friends." Trust is the secret of emotional loyalty and the main ingredient to retaining a loyal customer. When a customer feels respected, their willingness to trust increases. Customers then become eager to make referrals and give you frequent feedback on their experience. Remember that trust is earned and can easily be taken away.

Meaningful Customer Engagements:

Building true emotional loyalty with your customers requires a mix of activities and interactions between your business, staff and customers that will drive engagement at every touchpoint. The best and most thriving loyalty programs consistently follow these guidelines to build affinity, attachment, and trust among customers:

  1. Evaluate your present customer journey and touchpoints. Put yourself in your customer's shoes. How can their customer experience journey be improved?
  2. Reward your best customers - Offer special treatment to your best customers. Loyalty is a two-way street. If customers aregoing to trust your business, they better receive something in return, whether in product/monetary rewards or exclusive content/offers.
  3. Ask for customer feedback - When customers can connect with you and provide their feedback and opinions, they feel valued, appreciated,and respected, sparking attachment and trust. Enable your loyal customers to be vocal advocates of your business by inviting feedback and rewarding them for the referrals they give across social media.
  4. Personalize offers and communications - Define, manage, and target highly personalized offers online, at the register, or even in-store withcoupons, recommendations, and exclusive offers. It is valuable to make them feel important and special.

Building genuine, lasting relationships requires a deeper connection between your business and your customers. Customer loyalty is based on emotions. If you want to create loyalty for life, you need to connect emotionally with your customers. Get your entire staff and team involved. Make it a priority, fun and rewarding.
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The Performance Racing Industry Trade Show -
December 7 - 9, 2023 - Indianapolis, Indiana
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NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN FOR THE 46TH ANNUAL AUTO-RACING PROMOTER OF THE YEAR AND REGIONAL AUTO-RACING PROMOTER OF THE YEAR WINNERS

The nomination ballot for the 48^th Annual Auto Racing Promoter of the Year has been released.

Lyle DeVore, who promoters Albany-Saratoga Speedway in Malta, N.Y., was introduced as the 47^th Auto-Racing Promoter of the Year last February at the 50th Annual RPM@Daytona Workshops presented at the Shores in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida.

The 48th Auto-Racing Promoter of the Year Award will be presented at the 51st Annual RPM@Daytona Workshops at the Shores in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida, February 11-13, 2024.

Industry representatives wishing to nominate promoters may do so at the link included within the release. All six regions (Eastern, South Eastern, Central, Northern, Great Plains, West) are eligible and once again will have representatives that will be recognized at the 51st Annual RPM Workshops in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida at the Shores, February 11, 12 and 13, 2024.

The link for balloting is as follows: https://forms.gle/ipavq1gRkg9YkeRi7 (a gmail account is required to participate and nominate).

Nominations will close at midnight, Friday, December 31, 2023, with voting for the 48th Annual Auto-Racing Promoter of the Year to commence on Wednesday, January 3, 2024, once all nominees have been announced. All polling will be tracked digitally

Scan the QR code to be taken to the Nomination Form for the regional and national Auto Racing Promoter of the Year Awards.
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What will the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops look like?

The 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops, full schedule will be released shortly, however, individuals can plan on a full slate of sessions that help move their sport forward.

Topics will include;

  • Streaming, how to make the right deal for you.
  • Dennis Gage's "California Dreaming" - a session dedicated to California Tracks the issues, challenges and solutions.
  • "Ask an ARPY" - The well received session in Daytona
  • Fan Engagement and what it can give your business.
  • Paul Tetreault from Agajanian, McFall, Weiss, Tetreault & Crist, LLP, Legal Sessions
  • Sean Foster's enthusiastic brand of looking ahead at short track racing.
  • Renee Dupuis looking at things from the Women's perspective in the sport leading the Jody Deery Session.
  • And a few more surprises along the way.
    A photo of the popular "Ask an ARPY" session at the 50th Annual RPM@Daytona Workshops last year at "The Shores".
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    #OURPEOPLEARE

Scan and Schedule for the Promotion!

TicketSpice was started in 2008 and has worked with over 60,000 organizations, processing over $1 Billion per year. Birthed from the enthusiast motorsports industry, we know what it feels like to be overcharged for solutions that overpromise and underdeliver. More at www.ticketspice.com/speedways

TicketSpice for Speedways has an Offer for Tracks Associated with RPM

We are thrilled to announce an opportunity for Speedways available this December and January!

All you need to do:

  1. Scan the QR code & schedule a meeting with TicketSpice
  2. Evalute if you want to use their ticketing services
  3. TicketSpice implements a world class ticketing and website solution

Scan and Schedule for the Promotion!

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#AFEWTHINGS

MYRACEPASS TO PRESENT THE "GREEN FLAG RECEPTION", THE CAESAR'S SLOTS TOURNAMENT AND "THE VICTORY LAP SESSION" AS PART OF THE RPM WORKSHOPS

Following the 50th Annual RPM Workshops and meetings with promoters in regard to how they see the future of the Workshops progressing, RPM and current website partner MyRacePass management agreed to grow their partnership with the introduction of several key elements that will be a part of the RPM Workshops going forward.

MyRacePass will continue to present the "Victory Lap" session at RPM@Daytona. The session which will include the introduction of the 48^th Annual Auto-Racing Promoter of the Year.

At the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Workshops MyRacePass will present the "Green Flag Reception" - Where is all begins" to kickoff the 51st Annual RPM@Reno Western Workshops, hosting the annual registration reception as well as presenting the Caesar's "slot tournament" at the Silver Legacy Resort and Casino that will conclude the first day of Workshop sessions.

“We want our constituents being the Promoters and Stewards of the sport to know that we listen to them,” stated Joe Skotnicki, Racing Promotion Monthly. “It is important to give them what they want and this was requested by them at the Workshops. We did it or the first time in Daytona and it was very well received by everyone in attendance. While it will change how we approach things, it gives us the opportunity to include different elements in the Workshops. We are thankful for our partnership with MyRacePass and their assistance in providing another step in building a stronger and more beneficial workshop atmosphere.”

MyRacePass, in just over 10-years has become one of the leaders in the motorsports industry in regard to technology and software, bringing together content and distributing it back through their network of tagged drivers, tracks, race tracks, racing series and associations. The MyRacePass has become universally recognized and accepted in regard to Event Management and Administration, Websites, Online Ticket Sales, Dropship Apparel and anything else technologically related to motorsports branding and administration. They have been present at the Workshops for many years.

“This was a natural fit for us,” stated Josh Holt, co-founder and co-owner of MyRacePass. “The RPM Workshops are part of the fabric of our business. We look forward to them and being a part of them. We are excited for this opportunity and look forward to building our relationship for many years to come.”

Mark Your Calendars - RPM Workshop Dates for 2024 and 2025

The RPM Workshops dates for next year following RPM@Daytona in 2024 will be as follows:

RPM Western Workshops will take place on December 3, 4 and 5, 2024.

RPM@Daytona will take place February 9, 10 and 11, 2025 and will likely take place at The Shores in Daytona Beach Shores, Florida, provided things do not change.

Give Thanks for Your People, Tis' the Season...

We at RPM have often offered words about the importance of people.

We put our people through a lot of challenges. It can be crazy at times and uncalled for at others. It's the nature of our business and the nature of the beast if you will. There isn't much we can do to change that, but we do have one thing in our arsenal that all of us probably don't use frequently enough.

The words "Thank You" and doing something for them that shows their value. It could be anything.

We have come up with a "Friendsgiving" concept that brings us all together away from the race track, in an environment that is just relaxed and fun. It works for us.

The size of the gesture really doesn't matter, what matters is that you take care of your people. It's critical in a time when we are struggling to find help, let alone good help.

Don't forget them, give thanks to them, 'Tis the season.

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Historic Friendship Motor Speedway is now available for sale

This 40.84+/- Acre property features a 3/8 Mile Oval Dirt over Asphalt Track, Multiple Concession Stands, 9 Vender Booths, Restroom Facilities that have all been recently updated in 2021. In addition to recent updates, the owners have installed new Whelen Track Safety Lights, New Scoreboard, New Westhold Timing & Scoring Loop System, Updated Concession Stand Equipment, New 8'X12' Platform Scales. The grandstand has seating for 4000 people, 97 Trackside Tailgating Spots. Additional fill dirt is being delivered, compacted and seeded by January 1, 2023.

More information can be found here; www.loopnet.com/Listing/11420-NC-268-Elkin-NC/27089397/

Stateline Speedway in Busti, NY for Sale

77 acre property, with a ranch home, in addition to the stock car track is a gokart track. The facility, in the Southern Tier of New York is very near the Pennsylvania border, with pride and upkeep being a focus on the facility, this track is ready for the right owners.

More information can be found here; 4150 Kortwright Rd, Jamestown, NY 14701 | MLS #R1453778 | Zillow (https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/4150-Kortwright-Rd-Jamestown-NY-14701/2068607536_zpid/) - www.zillow.com/homedetails/4150-Kortwright-Rd-Jamestown-NY-14701/2068607536_zpid/?

Macon Speedway in Macon, Illinois for Sale

The famed bullring dirt track is up for sale in Illinois

Macon Speedway is a 1/5-mile bullring dirt track. The facility is located in Macon, Illinois and hosts races from all the major touring series.

The track was born in 1946. It was built by Wayne Webb on the site of a brick factory.

In late 2022, the Kearns family took over ownership of the facility. Since then, they have brought improvements to the facility, some of those are still underway.

The track recently hosted their season-ending event. Now, the track is on the market.

They have stated that if the track is not sold during this off-season, then they’ll continue to manage it through 2024 and beyond. The right buyer is required to lift the property.

Chris Kearns explains that health in the family is the reason the track is listed for sale;

“It is with heavy heart and unforeseen circumstances in my family’s health that I must announce the decision to put Macon Speedway up for sale,” Chris Kearns opened.

“Owning Macon Speedway has been a long time dream of mine, and turning it into an exceptional facility that would make not only my family but the also the entire Macon community proud. The plan was for my wife and I to do this venture together as a promoting team.”

“Unfortunately, her medical issues are not going to allow that to happen and, I honestly can’t and don’t want to pursue this journey without her. In the brief time we’ve been here, I am very proud of the improvements that have been made.”

“I want to emphasize that if Macon Speedway does not sell in the off season to the right person, my son Blade and I have every intention and are committed to running the Speedway in 2024 & beyond, and further enhancing its facilities.”

“Despite being in the middle of the new bathroom project, I have already been making plans for our off season improvements, which include enhancements to the concession stand and fencing. If the speedway sold tomorrow, I still have every intention to host the 2023 banquet and honor the racers who have supported Macon Speedway throughout the 2023 season.”

“I want to extend my sincerest apologies if this news disappoints anyone (might make some happy lol); it certainly was not my intention. I sure didn’t work this hard, invest this much money and have my son quit his job & move to a new state with the intent of owning Macon Speedway for 1 year. Blade has turned into a great track prep guy and an asset to Macon Speedway.”

"This is a very, very difficult decision for me, I think everyone knows that I bought Macon Speedway because I love this track. In the year I have been here, I have learned things that have made me love it more.”

“I knew this race track was special and unique, I honestly didn’t realize that it’s actually one of the most unique tracks in the country. We have hosted amazing races in Micro Sprints, Super Late Models, Non Wing Sprint Cars, Wing Sprint Cars, and Midgets this year. I’m not sure if there’s another track in the country that offers that much versatility.”

“The unwavering support from the Macon community has also weighed heavily on my decision. I am always bragging and take pride in the support I receive from the City of Macon, the local fans & racers who have donated their time, as well as the generosity of the locals that have handmade me gifts, and dropped off produce from their garden, etc. It’s a great feeling that I cannot fully express!

He concluded, “I appreciate your understanding and support going forward.”

Bob Sargent, Ken Schrader, Kenny Wallace and Tony Stewart formerly owned the track.

West Virginia Motor Speedway has been placed on the market for sale.

West Virginia Motor Speedway and it's facilities recently received an entire renovation with all brand new finishings inside the buildings. West Virginia Motor Speedway is known for its beautiful valley views and its unique terraced seating on the front straight hillside.

More information can be found here; www.loopnet.com/Listing/1-Matheny-Dr-Mineral-Wells-WV/29717599/

Greenville-Pickens Speedway in South Carolina is listed for Sale

The historic Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Easley, just west of Greenville, was recently listed on a real estate website.

According to the listing from RealtyLink, a real estate development company, ground lease or “built to suit” opportunities are available for the 305-acre property at 3800 Calhoun Memorial Highway.

Starting as a dirt track in 1940, the Greenville-Pickens Speedway hosted the first-ever, start-to-finish live-televised NASCAR race in 1971 after being paved in 1970.

The race track also holds events like the Upstate Holiday Lights Show and the Upper SC State fair.

More information can be found here; Properties - Realty Link (realtylinkdev.com) (https://realtylinkdev.com/property-inventory/?propertyId=1123248-lease) (https://realtylinkdev.com/property-inventory/?propertyId=1123248-lease)

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#Traxpixx

One more thing from Toledo from former ARPY Ron Drager. After being "invited into the ARCA Series Trailer" and spending a few minutes with Ron and some of his staff, Ron wanted to point out this handout that was given to the fans at the race. It described the field and the past event winners, as well as another opportunity to get your track and event sponsors in front of your attendees, whoever they are. A very simple and effective effort and a great tip.

The Turkey Night Grand Prix takes place at the picturesque Ventura Raceway (top) on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, while the Turkey Derby takes place on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean at Wall Stadium in New Jersey (bottom). Both events are sure to have packed grandstands and bolster strong car counts as the "Winter" racing season kicks into high gear. As we think about consumable shortages and other issues, we need to remember events like these used to shut the racing season down for a few months, not lead into busier times for everyone. Motorsports has not been a seasonal business for quite some time.

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https://www.myracepass.com/

A sincere RPM "Thank You" goes out to the following group of exhibiting companies who helped make the 50th Annual RPM Workshops at the Shores Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach Shores a truly special edition of our annual East Coast gathering;

Hoosier Racing Tire (Lakeville, Indiana);
K&K Insurance (Fort Wayne, Indiana);`
Chevrolet Performance Parts (Grande Blanc, Michigan);
TicketSpice (Sacremento, California);```
MyRacePass (Lincoln, Nebraska);
Firethorn Marketing (Goodyear, Arizona);
Speed Sport / Speed Sport TV / Turn 3 Media (Mooresville, North Carolina);
IMCA Racing (Boone, Iowa)
NASCAR (Daytona Beach, Florida);
Race Track Wholesale (Independence, Missouri);
Pit Pay (Charlotte, North Carolina);
Simes Graphic Design (Mandan, N.D.);
RACEceiver (Gainesville, Georgia);
MyLaps Timing & Scoring (AMB) (Atlanta, Georgia);
Sports Insurance Specialties (Fort Wayne, Indiana);
Jones Birdsong (Chanhassen, Minnesota);
Vortex Insurance Agency (Overland Park, Kansas);
WISSOTA (St. Cloud, Minnesota);
VP Racing Fuels (San Antonio, Texas);
Sunoco Racing Fuels (Marcus Hook, Pa.);
American Racer Tire (Indiana, Pennsylvania);
Event Sprout (Deerfield, Illinois);
Westhold (Santa Clara, California);
Mercury Marine / Quiksilver (Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin);
Performance Racing Industry (PRI) (Long Beach, California);
United States Motorsports Association (USMA) (Mooresville, North Carolina);
Speedway Illustrated (Epping, New Hampshire);
RaceCals (Auburn, Washingotn);
Spectrum Weather Insurance (Liberty, Missouri);
Fuel Factory (Murrysville, Pennsylvania);
Digital Throttle (Incline Village, Nevada);
Vietti Marketing Group (Springfield, Missouri);
FloSports / FloRacing (Austin, Texas);
T3 Tire Tracking Application (Middleville, Michigan);
Racing with Jesus Ministries (Tolland, Connecticut);

RPM provides a unique up close & personal opportunity to meet with representatives of the business. The folks with these companies took the time to recognize how important you are by being in attendance at RPM to create networking, meetings and one-on-one discussion, all in the business when it comes to RPM and the Annual RPM@Reno Western & RPM@Daytona Workshops.EXHIBITORSPOTLIGHT (#EXHIBITORSPOTLIGHT)

https://www.ticketspice.com/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=search

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Be Prepared and Prepare your Facility for Everything...

With the weather taking a turn lately, it may be a good time to once again look at your facility and make sure everything is in proper order;

Preparing can take away the nasty word "negligence". Often times slip or fall accidents occur due to the negligence of another and more often negligence is sought as a solution to a bad situation. With the constantly moving goal posts, we are pressed to be more prepared than ever.

If you do an internet search of "slip and fall" it is amazing the amount of legal assistance there is for plaintiffs in regard to trying to achieve a beneficial settlement in regard to. This has become an individual segment of legal business where attorney's can focus on making a living.

We have to remain prepared, unfortunately in our circumstances, many times for the worst situation possible.

As facilities evolve into multi-purpose facilities due to current economic climate conditions, this rings true much more. Different traffic or pedestrian patterns forces us to look at our facilities differently.

There are also new regulations providing different and edited regulations for attendees and workers or employees. Additional cleansing and sanitizing stations, PPE for safety and medical workers, at every turn has seemingly changed.

Unfortunately, if we know this and choose not to do anything about it, it puts us in a position where that nasty word "negligence" comes into play. It is our responsibility to make sure we do as much possible to prevent ourselves from being placed in a bad situation.

The prevention is in the details, no matter what they may be, whether that's making sure a walkway is cleaned and unobstructed or that you have an extra package of medical gloves at a cleansing station, it becomes our responsibility.

We advise that you check with your insurance company and your local authorities in regard to policies, regulations and expectations. You may even find a conversation with either will help you to achieve a better solution than originally anticipated.

Review your policies. If you have counsel on retainer, check in with them, see if they know or have examples that can help you prepare.

This will become a common them for all of us and with the Newsletter and the Workshops in communicating this message. Unfortunately, we all become complacent and complacency often times leads us down paths that do not create positive results.

Stay tuned for more details as we continue to learn...

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ADVOCACY

UNITED STATES MOTORSPORTS ASSOCIATION
** UNITEDSTATESMOTORSPORTS.COM (http://www.UNITEDSTATESMOTORSPORTS.COM)
166 CRYSTAL CIRCLE, MOORESVILLE, NC 28117 704-325-8003 E-MAIL: ** info@unitedstatesmotorsports.com (info@unitedstatesmotorsports.com)
Formed in 2015 by a coalition of industry businesses who recognized the need for greater organization, data and state/local advocacy for racing. Working every day all day as America’s Grassroots Racing Advocate.

ADVERTISING & DESIGN

SIMES GRAPHIC DESIGNS
** WWW.SIMESGRAPHICDESIGNS.COM (http://www.simesgraphicdesigns.com/)
414 MAIN ST., MANDAN, ND 58554 888-457-4637 Simes Graphic is full-service art studio that services short track racing. They design and print all types of brochures, posters, promotional materials.

PRINTED IMAGE
** WWW.PRINTEDIMAGEOFBUFFALO.COM (http://WWW.PRINTEDIMAGEOFBUFFALO.COM)
1906 CLINTON ST, BUFFALO, NY, 14206 Your one stop source for printing, graphics, design & promotional materials for the racing industry.

APPAREL, SOUVENIRS, NOVELTIES

RACE TRACK WHOLESALE
** WWW.RACETRACKWHOLESALE.COM (http://www.racetrackwholesale.com/)

13712 WOODLAND RANCH DRIVE, LONE JACK, MO 64086, 816-718-2231 FAX: 866-365-2231 Wholesale distributor of racing souvenirs, imprinted promotional items, apparel, and track supplies. Serving short track racing since 2008.

AUDIO, VIDEO PRODUCTION

MOFFETT PRODUCTIONS
** WWW.MOFFETT.COM (http://www.moffett.com/)
509 CLARENCE STREET, TOMBALL, TX 77375, 281-440-0044 P
rofessional audio production. Professional TV, Social & Radio commercials. Great creative, fast service, reasonable prices. Radio spots, TV ads,

CRATE RACING ENGINES

CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE PARTS ** WWW.CHEVROLET.COM/PERFORMANCE/CRATEENGINES (http://www.chevrolet.com/PERFORMANCE/CRATEENGINES)
6200 GRAND POINTE DR., GRAND BLANC, MI 48349 810-606-3655 Circle track crate engines. Engine, chassis and other racing/high-performance accessories available at your local GM dealer. For information, contact Bill Martens.

DECALS

RACECALS
** WWW.RACECALS.COM (http://WWW.RACECALS.COM)
24215 SE GREEN VALLEY RD, AUBURN, WA 98092 1-888-928-8322 E-MAIL: ** info@racecals.com (info@racecals.com)
Printing quality decals for the Motorsports industry, coast-to-coast and every genre of motorsports you’ll RaceCals work. Die Cutting; Digital Printing; Banners and Designing are all things you can count on RaceCals for.

INSURANCE, RISK MANAGEMENT

K&K INSURANCE GROUP
** WWW.KANDKINSURANCE.COM (http://www.kandkinsurance.com/)
1712 MAGNAVOX WAY, PO BOX 2338, FT. WAYNE, IN 46801-2338 800-348-1839

K&K INSURANCE GROUP CANADA
** WWW.KANDKCANADA.COM (http://www.kandkcanada.com/)
#101-5800 EXPLORER DRIVE, MISSISSAUGA, ON, L4W 5K9, 800-753-2632 The industry’s largest provider of racing insurance. More than 60 years of underwriting and risk management experience. Motorsport’s most experienced in-house claims staff. International service capability.

JONES BIRDSONG MOTORSPORT INSURANCE
** WWW.JONESBIRDSONG.COM (http://WWW.JONESBIRDSONG.COM)
125 W. LAKE, STE 200, WAYZATA, MN 55391, 952-467-6111 Jones Birdsong Motorsports offers the widest range of products designed to protect motorsports associations, facilities, teams, and special events.

NAUGHTON INSURANCE, INC.
** WWW.NAUGHTONINSURANCE.COM (http://www.naughtoninsurance.com/)
1365 WAMPANOAG TRAIL, EAST PROVIDENCE, RI 02915, 401-433-4000 Motorsports insurance programs for race tracks, teams, sanctioning groups, and drivers since 1947. Programs available in all 50 states.

SPORTS INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
** WWW.SPORTSINSURANCESPECIALISTS.COM (http://www.sportsinsurancespecialists.com/)
14033 ILLINOIS ROAD, SUITE A, FORT WAYNE, IN 46814, 855-969-0305 Sports Insurance Specialists offers a complete motorsports portfolio of participant and spectator insurance. A proven industry leader. “Let’s kick some rIsk.”

LUBE, FUEL, ADDITIVES

LUCAS OIL PRODUCTS
** WWW.LUCASOIL.COM (http://www.lucasoil.com/)
302 N. SHERIDAN ST., CORONA, CA 92880,800-342-2512 Nationally known manufacturer and marketer of lubricants and additives for fleets and automobiles, owner Lucas Oil (MO) Speedway, sponsor of drag racing, pulling, motocross, off-road racing, ASCS, MLRA Series, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

MERCURY MARINE / QUICKSILVER
** WWW.QUICKSILVER-PRODUCTS.COM (http://WWW.QUICKSILVER-PRODUCTS.COM)
W 6250 PIONEER RD., FOND DU LAC, WISC. 54936, 920-924-0833 One of the most recognized names in the production of marine engines, equipment, oils and lubricants has adapted their lubricants for successful solutions in multiple applications including motorsports.

SUNOCO RACE FUELS
** WWW.RACEGAS.COM (http://www.racegas.com/)
PO BOX 1226, LINWOOD, PA 19061 800-722-3427 The largest refiner of racing gasoline. National distribution of quality brands. SUNOCO, Turbo Blue, and Trick.

VP RACING FUELS
** WWW.VPRACINGFUELS.COM (http://www.vpracingfuels.com/)
204 EAST RHAPSODY DR., SAN ANTONIO, TX 78216, 210-635-7744 VP Racing Fuels is known as the world leader in racing fuel technology and the official fuel of 60 plus series.

FUEL FACTORY USA
** WWW.FUELFACTORYUSA.COM (http://www.fuelfactoryusa.com/)
4431 WILLIAM PENN HWY., SUITE 6, MURRYSVILLE, PA 15668 1-412-404-3329 E-MAIL: info@fuelfactoryusa Performance-driven, built for racers by racers. Focused on race fuel, plain and simple A desire to go fast and win, with the same goal for you. Fuel Factory, building a culture, built for speed.

MARKETING

DIGITAL THROTTLE, LLC
** WWW.DIGITALTHROTTLE.COM (http://WWW.DIGITALTHROTTLE.COM)
774 MAYS BLVD #10-45, INCLINE VILLAGE, NV 89451 800-314-4702 E-MAIL: INFO@DIGITALTHROTTLE.COM Founded in 2009, we specialize in managing digital advertising for clients in automotive, powersports & motorsports markets. Working across all platforms: Social, Video, Display, Search & eCommerce. Our "real-world" industry experience and online advertising expertise utilize the latest technologies to measure ad performance and adjust every ad campaign to maximize results.

VIETTI MARKETING GROUP
** WWW.VIETTIMARKETING.COM (http://WWW.VIETTIMARKETING.COM)
2914 E. BATTLEFIED ST., SPRINGFIELD, MO 65804 417-553-9105 Navigating each client with the precision and skill derived from 40 years of full-service experience. Taking the specifics of your identity as an idea or program and route your campaign in the most-effective manner possible driving results you can see.

MEDIA & STREAMING SERVICES

SPEED SPORT, SPEED SPORT TV, TURN 3 MEDIA
** WWW.SPEEDSPORT.COM (http://WWW.SPEEDSPORT.COM)
** WWW.SPEEDSPORT.TV (http://WWW.SPEEDSPORT.TV)
142 F SOUTH CARDIGAN WAY, MOORESVILLE, N.C. 28117 704-790-0136 Media provider, formerly National Speed Sport Newss owned by Chris Economaki, Speed Sport has become a multifaceted media company offering publicity platforms for all forms of motorsports in addition to providing a full streaming service led by Chris Graner and Rivet.

PERFORMANCE RACING INDUSTRY (PRI)
** WWW.PERFORMANCERACING.COM (http://WWW.PERFORMANCERACING.COM)
27081 ALISO CREEK RD., STE 150 ALISO VIEJO, CA. 92656 949-499-5413 Since it's inception in 1986, Performance Racing Industry (PRI) has served the motorsports as key source for trends, merchandising, new products, business strategies and more. PRI is also the developer of the world's premier auto racing trade show, held each December in Indianapolis, Indiana.

FLOSPORTS / FLORACING
** WWW.FLOSPORTS.TV (http://WWW.RACINGAMERICA.COM)
/ ** WWW.FLORACING.COM (http://WWW.FLORACING.COM)
979 SPRINGDALE RD., STE 120 AUSTIN, TX 78702 512-355-7936 A venture-backed subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of competition events across 25+ vertical sports categories in the US and abroad, including a diverse menu in all forms of racing as part of www.floracing.com.

SPEEDWAY ILLUSTRATED
** WWW. (http://WWW.SPEEDWAYILLUSTRATED.COM)
** SPEEDWAYILLUSTRATED.COM (http://WWW.SPEEDWAYILLUSTRATED.COM)
PO BOX 741, EPPING, NH 03042 877-972-2362
Speedway Illustrated is a print magazine devoted to oval-track racing in America. Produced for over 20 years by the most accomplished, award-winning, and longstanding team of journalists in motorsports, you can enjoy the best coverage and do-it-yourself race-winning tech to race safer, be faster, and spend wiser.

PRINTING SPECIALISTS

PRINTED IMAGE OF BUFFALO
** WWW.PRINTEDIMAGEOFBUFFALO.COM (http://WWW.PRINTEDIMAGEOFBUFFALO.COM)
1906 CLINTON STREET, BUFFALO, NY 14206 716-821-1880 Your one stop source for printing, graphics, design and promotional materials for the all of your print house needs.

RACE TIRES

HOOSIER RACING TIRE
** WWW.HOOSIERTIRE.COM (http://www.hoosiertire.com/)
65465 STATE ROUTE 931, LAKEVILLE, IN 46536 574-784-3152 Complete line of custom-manufactured spec racing tires for oval tracks, drag racing and road racing. The only company exclusively manufacturing racing tires.

AMERICAN RACER RACE TIRES
** WWW.AMERICANRACERONLINE.COM (http://www.americanraceronline.com/)
1545 WASHINGTON ST., INDIANA, PA 15701,800-662-2168 Race tires forged in the highlands of Western Pennsylvania for racing around the world.

T3 – TIRE TRACKING APPLICATION
2180 N PAYNE RD LAKE RD, MIDDLEVILLE, MI 49333, 269-348-1347 E-Mail: ** buddy@t3tireapp.com (buddy@t3tireapp.com)
The “Mobile Application” that is changing the tire tracking and inspection game. Easy to use mobile tire scanning application for us at the trackside tire inventory tracking.

RADIOS, COMMUNICATIONS

RACECEIVER RACE COMMUNICATIONS
** WWW.RACECEIVER.COM (http://www.raceceiver.com/)
872 MAIN ST. SW, UNIT D2, GAINESVILLE, GA 30501, 866-301-7223 Raceceiver one-way radios and race communications.

WADDELL COMMUNICATIONS
** WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/WADDELL-COMMUNICATIONS (http://WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/WADDELL-COMMUNICATIONS)
12 NOB RD., PLAINVILLE, CT 86062, 860-573-8821 Racing Electronics Authorized Dealer with a focus on successful communication plan for competitors, officials, track and series applications.

RELIGIOUS SERVICES

RACING WITH JESUS MINISTRIES
** WWW.RJWM.COM (http://WWW.RJWM.COM)
PO BOX 586, TOLLAND, CT 06084, 860-202-3598 Established in 1980, is known as the Racer’s Church. Ministering to the racing community through established sanctioning bodies, regional touring series and local tracks, seeking to provide opportunities for those we reach to fulfill the Great Commission in their lives.

SANCTIONING GROUPS

IMCA-INTERNATIONAL. MOTOR CONTEST ASSOCIATION
** WWW.IMCA.COM (http://www.imca.com/)
1800 WEST D STREET, VINTON, IA 52349 319-472-2201 The nation’s oldest, largest, and leading sanctioning body. We focus on affordable divisions to assist the profitability of our sanctioned facilities and events.

NASCAR
** WWW.NASCAR.COM (http://www.nascar.com/)
ONE DAYTONA BLVD., DAYTONA BEACH, FL 32114, 386-310-6272 The NASCAR Home Tracks Program offers sanctioning opportunities for weekly racing and touring series events across North America and Europe.

WISSOTA PROMOTERS ASSOCIATION
** WWW.WISSOTA.ORG (http://www.wissota.org/)
24707 CTY. RD. 75, ST. AUGUSTA, MN 56301 320-251-1360 A member-driven sanction in the Upper Midwest featuring eight divisions of race cars: Late Models, Modifieds, Super Stocks, Midwest Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mod Fours, Pure Stocks and Hornets. As a member of WISSOTA, you vote on policies and rules and help guide YOUR organization. Click on Promoter Center at ** wissota.org (http://wissota.org/)
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TICKETS, TICKETING SYSTEMS

EVENT SPROUT
** WWW.EVENTSPROUT.COM (http://WWW.EVENTSPROUT.COM)
Rana Ventures, LLC 2549 WAUKEGAN ROAD #782 DEERFIELD, ILL 60015 713-320-0809 specializes in electronic ticketing of events. Easy setup along with the sale of automated ticketing machines.

PIT PAY APP
** WWW.PITPAY.COM (http://WWW.PITPAY.COM)
PIT PAY APP, 7168 WEDDINGTON RD., SUITE 148, CONCORD, N.C. 28027 Pit Pay™? is the only Mobile Pit Pass app for the motorsports industry. Pit Pay, is committed to providing you with a simple, hassle-free experience in the app and at the track.

TICKETSPICE
** WWW.TICKETSPICE.COM (https://www.ticketspice.com/speedways)
9142 D STREET, SACRAMENTO, CA 95814 888-798-9569 TicketSpice brings a specialized ticketing experience to the promoter and the customers to provide effortless online event management and ticket sales, marketing and ticketing that helps event organizers increase their bottomline.

TIMING, SCORING, DISPLAYS

MYLAPS SPORTS TIMING
** WWW.MYLAPS.COM (http://www.mylaps.com/)
2030 POWERS FERRY RD SE, STE.110, ATLANTA, GA 30339 678-816-4000 MyLaps offers the best in class sports timing systems to measure, publish, and analyze race and participant results for all sports and specifically auto racing.

RACECEIVER RACE MANAGEMENT
** WWW.RACECEIVER.COM (http://www.raceceiver.com/)
872 MAIN ST. SW, UNIT D2, GAINESVILLE, GA 30501 866-301-7223 Raceceiver race communications. Raceceiver race management timing and scoring system.

WESTHOLD CORPORATION
** WWW.WESTHOLD.COM (http://www.westhold.com/)
** INFO@WESTHOLD.COM (INFO@WESTHOLD.COM)
5355 E. 38TH AVE., DENVER, CO 80207 408-533-0050 Westhold is a leading seller and manufacturer of race timing and scoring systems, scoreboards, message centers, video displays, and software.

WEATHER INSURANCE

SPECTRUM WEATHER AND SPECIALTY INSURANCE
** WWW.SPECTRUMWEATHERINSURANCE.COM (http://www.spectrumweatherinsurance.com/)
PO BOX 484, LIBERTY, MO 64069 816-810-2346 Spectrum’s expertise has propelled us to become the largest provider of weather and event cancellation insurance in the USA.

VORTEX INSURANCE AGENCY
** WWW.VORTEXINSURANCE.COM (http://www.vortexinsurance.com/)
7400 W. 132 ND ST., SUITE 260, OVERLAND PARK, KS 66213, 913-253-1210 Vortex Insurance offers weather insurance policies to mitigate the financial risk adverse weather presents in business.

WEBSITES & E-COMMERCE

FIRETHORN MARKETING
** WWW.FIRETHORNMARKETING.COM (http://WWW.FIRETHORNMARKETING.COM)
500 NORTH ESTRELLA PARKWAY, GOODYEAR, AX 85338 304-481-2464 - E-Mail: clint@firethornmarketing.com Firethorn Marketing offers develops incredibly easy to manage and fully responsive websites.

MYRACEPASS
** WWW.MYRACEPASS.COM (http://WWW.MYRACEPASS.COM)
PO BOX 81666, LINCOLN, NE 68501 402-302-2464 MyRacePass is a leader in the software development in motorsports specializing in a Race Management System, Website Development, Online Ticket Sales and Apparel Design.

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