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More Speakers Announced For RTBC-2013 At PRI
October 30, 2013
This new group of speakers will cover event management and museums, with sub topics including utilization, weather delays, accommodating the needs of stakeholders; and history, staying relevant, non-profits and the capital campaign.
More Speakers Announced For RTBC-2013 At PRI

The Race Track Business Conference (RTBC-2013) announces more speakers to its already impressive lineup. Kevin Forbes, chief engineer at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Ruthie Forbes and Gene Cottingham, founders of GRand Solutions, will discuss event management.

Learn why utilization is the key to every motorsports facility, and how to manage it all while accommodating the needs of interested stakeholders. Some other questions that will be answered are "Do professionals and amateurs have the same requirements?" and "Weather delays—what do they really cost?"

In addition, Bob Baker, executive director of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, Wendell Strode, executive director of the National Corvette Museum, and Donald Davidson, historian at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, will all discuss the topic of museums.

Topics to be examined are history and how to keep the legacy alive, how to stay relevant, the cost of staying compliant as a non-profit organization, as well as the capital campaign—where to get the money, and appraising a collection, among other things.

The cost to attend RTBC-2013 is $250. This cost includes lunch and admission to the PRI Trade Show.
 
Additional seminar information on RTBC - 2013 can be found at www.racetrackbusinessconference.com. Contact Tim Frost - Director - RTBC by email twfrost@racetrackbusinessconference.com or calling (847) 853-0294.