The Tech Seminars will feature some of the industry's top manufacturers and tech officials to teach their proven skills, technique and knowledge. The all-day session will be intense and informative as they will cover the proper tech and safety inspection on every aspect of a Midwest Super Late Model and Limited Late Model.
“There are a lot of new officials working the circuit these days and many times it's hard to train them properly,” Einhaus stated. “This will allow all of the tracks around the country to send their officials to learn from the best.”
The Promoter's Roundtable is themed, “Working to Make It Better!” Promoters and track media are invited to participate in an open forum discussion with many of the industry's best to discuss important issues facing short track racing today. This roundtable will feature special guests and keynote speakers.
Some of the topics include: How Can We Survive, The Importance and Benefits of
Good Tech, Today's Economic Impact: We Been Through This Before Let's Do It Again, Insurance Ins and Outs, By WSIB Insurance, Web Marketing & Networking by ROL Marketing Partners, LLC.
"This year we are going to introduce a promoters roundtable forum and invite promoters from all over the Midwest (dirt and asphalt) to join us to discuss the struggles ahead for all of us and how if we stick together, we can over come them,” added Einhaus.
Some of keynote speakers at this event include:
Tom Curley, Longtime, successful promoter of the American-Canadian Tour (ACT) and Thunder Road Speedway in Barre, VT. Promoter of the Year in 2004 by (RPM) Racing Promotions Monthly, and recently nominated into the New England Racing Hall of Fame for 2009.
Tim Bryant, Promoter of 5 Flags Speedway in Pensacola, FL (Home of the Snowball Derby). He was named speed51.com Promoter of the Year in 2007.
Ricky Brooks, Head Tech Official for 5 Flags Speedway. He sees no names and no numbers, famous for not being afraid to disqualify an illegal participant.
Dennis Huth, Owner of the American Speed Association (ASA). He has a longtime involvement on the business side of racing and currently sanctions tracks and associations across the country.
RJ Scott & Glenn Luckett, Managing Partners in the CRA Super Series. They are chair members of the ABC Body Committee and co-founders of the United States Super Late Model Rules Alliance.
A full list of participants is available in the brochure and registration form available at www.fivestarbodies.com/techseminar.
Attendees are invited to attend a Meet & Greet Reception on Friday, March 13 at 7:00pm at the Best Western Harbor Shores Hotel in Lake Geneva, WI.
On Saturday, March 14, the activities will get underway at 7:30am with breakfast and opening comments. Seminars will be over by 6pm.
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