Speedway Motorsports Announces Five Promotions
In keeping with the company’s commitment to elevating dedicated and effective leaders from within, officials with Concord, North Carolina-based Speedway Motorsports have announced the promotion of five industry veterans.
Daniel Bandoly has been elevated to the vice president of sales operations for Speedway Motorsports. He will oversee technology platforms to drive business and productivity, and assist the company’s sales leaders in growing revenues across Speedway Motorsports’ 11 venues.
“It is incredibly rewarding to see Daniel’s growth and development over the years since starting as an intern,” said Kevin Camper, Speedway Motorsports executive vice president and chief sales officer.
In addition, Nick Skrabalak has been promoted to vice president of consumer sales. He will be responsible for providing executive leadership and direction of the company’s consumer sales efforts for admissions, camping, hospitality, parking, and value-added inventory across all venues. Skrabalak is a 13-year ticket sales veteran at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Concord, North Carolina).
Jason Christofferson has been promoted to vice president of consumer operations, where he will provide executive leadership and direction of the company’s consumer operations efforts across all properties. Prior, he was a longtime vice president of Ticket System Operations at Charlotte.
Landon Owen has been promoted to vice president of consumer sales for Bristol Motor Speedway (Bristol, Tennessee) and New Hampshire Motor Speedway (Loudon, New Hampshire). Before, Owen served as senior director of Ticket Sales and Service for Bristol.
Finally, Kacy Harmon has been promoted to vice president of consumer sales for Nashville Superspeedway (Lebanon, Tennessee) and Dover Motor Speedway (Dover, Delaware). She previously joined the company in January 2022 as senior director of ticket sales for both speedways.
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