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Minding My Business: NASCAR Managing Dir of Content Strategy Evan Parker

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 16 / 17

Name : Evan Parker Position : NASCAR Managing Dir of Content Strategy Where I’m from : L.A. Where I call home : Charlotte Focusing on right now : Trying to bring together a couple of groups that have been doing great work in their own silos. The one larger content group will d...

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