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Wheeler Forms New Company For Motorsports Sponsorship Sales
Published October 8, 2013
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Wheeler said that Speedway Benefits has not set pricing for national sponsorships. It will split sales revenue among tracks by dividing them into five tiers based on average annual attendance and assigning each tier a percentage of revenue. In addition to sales, the company wants to become a collective buyer of products that all the tracks use like cups and toilet paper. Wheeler said, “We can buy the famous commodity toilet paper and save them 100-120% on that. Whether you’re a track in Minnesota or Florida, what you buy is pretty much the same.”