Schedule Set for RPM at Daytona Workshops

Daytona Beach, FL — The 48th Annual RPM Workshops held at the Plaza Resort & Spa Daytona Beach Resort, February 8th and 9th will have a stellar lineup up of speakers and presenters set for promoters who attend the annual workshops to garner ideas and continue developing and growing their businesses while having the opportunity to connect with a variety of colleagues and exhibitors that touch every corner of the short track racing industry.

 

The speaking lineup includes; Randy LaJoie, former multi-time NASCAR champion, who now owns his own racecar racing seat fabrication company – The Joie of Seating – while continuously promoting safety in every form of racing, including starting his own program “Safer Racer”. LaJoie has visited many tracks and events throughout the country and can offer a variety of views on topics that can help promoters in a several different aspects.

 

John Schneider, who played Bo Duke will be in attendance at the podium. Schneider has developed a passion for short track racing is highlighted in the most recent issue of Speedway Illustrated.

 

Noted NASCAR car owner, Bill McAnally, who also promotes All American Speedway in Roseville, California and several other racing events on the West Coast, is also a NAPA AutoCare owner will assist in delivering the “keynote” message which he was slated to do in Reno, Nevada.

 

Dr. Dick Berggren will also be addressing the [email protected] attendees. Berggren has a unique view of the sport and he has been afforded a great view of the sport from many different perspectives. He has a unique understanding of things and a brilliant delivery. He will provide a valued and educational perspective for all attending.

 

This lineup is just the tip of the iceberg in the [email protected] schedule. Traditional sessions, include the legal update and “Pro Bono” hour will be expounded upon and delivered in breakout sessions as well as the introduction of the regional Auto Racing Promoter-of-the-Year winner’s along with the 45th Auto Racing Promoter-of-the-Year (ARPY).

 

The 48th Annual [email protected] stands as a “can’t miss” event for track promoters nationwide.

 

-RPM Press Release

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Schedule Set for RPM at Daytona Workshops