NASCAR announces promotions DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 15, 1998) NASCAR has announced promotions of employees in its Daytona Beach and Charlotte, N.C., offices. In its Daytona Beach headquarters, Paul Brooks has been promoted to senior ...
NASCAR announces promotions
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 15, 1998) NASCAR has announced promotions of employees in its Daytona Beach and Charlotte, N.C., offices.
In its Daytona Beach headquarters, Paul Brooks has been promoted to senior director of special projects worldwide. Brooks oversees NASCAR's international business, Internet world wide web initiatives, future technology, publications, publishing and multiple business development projects. Kelly Crouch has been promoted to senior manager of special projects while Blake Davidson becomes senior manager of marketing technology.
Steve O'Donnell moves to the new post of manager of product development, working closely with the NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. At the Charlotte office, Liz Schlosser has been promoted to managing director of licensing. Schlosser oversees all day-to-day licensing activities such as apparel and collectibles, with a special focus on NASCAR's non-traditional projects which include NASCAR Cafe, NASCAR Thunder retail stores, NASCAR SpeedPark and NASCAR Silicon Motor Speedway. Dee Scott, promoted to director of non-apparel licensing, is responsible for non-apparel licensees including collectibles, toys and games, electronics, and home furnishings.
Steve Boguski has been named director of automotive aftermarket licensing, responsible for NASCAR's automotive aftermarket program which includes product licensing, retail initiatives, and the popular NASCAR Garage television and radio show and related publications.
Todd Armstrong has been promoted to senior manager of automotive aftermarket licensing, Tracy Boney is now senior manager of business affairs, and Josh Garbert manager of automotive aftermarket licensing. "NASCAR is constantly working to bring the sport to the fans through new and innovative ways," said George Pyne, NASCAR vise president of marketing. "These talented people have delivered unprecedented results for the businesses involved with the sport, and ultimately the fans."
NASCAR services 28 official status partners as well as more than 100 licensees which include NASCAR Cafe, NASCAR Thunder retail stores, NASCAR SpeedPark, and a host of apparel, collectible, home decor, and related products. NASCAR's marketing focus is to continue to build a solid long-term business foundation for the sport and to grow opportunities for NASCAR drivers, teams and tracks. Source: NASCAR Online
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