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Ingenuity Sun Media to provide digital display networks at SMI tracks

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 12 / 17

On the heels of its deal with NASCAR’s other major track operator, Ingenuity Sun Media has signed a multiyear deal with Speedway Motorsports Inc. to build a digital-display network at SMI’s eight speedways. The deal will be announced this week. It officially will kick off during next...

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