Kentucky Speedway Forms Three-Year Partnership With Cleanevent Usa, Inc.
Kentucky Speedway announces it has entered into a three-year corporate partnership with Cleanevent USA, Inc. This international provider of cleaning and waste services to venues and events, will provide services for all 2002 Kentucky Speedway race events beginning in May of 2002.
"We continually align our facility with the best partners in the business and Cleanevent USA, Inc. certainly fits that description," Kentucky Speedway Executive Vice President and General Manager Mark F. Cassis said. "The company provides cleaning services for several NASCAR and international sports venues and we're happy to welcome Cleanevent USA, Inc. to our family of corporate partners."
In addition to Kentucky Speedway, Cleanevent USA, Inc. services 26 other NASCAR events as well as Formula One Grand Prix events. The 14-year-old company also services 2002 Winter Olympic Games venues, the Spring Training Facility of the New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic and several international tennis venues including the Australian Open, Cincinnati Tennis Center, U.S. Open Tennis Center and Wimbledon.
"We're excited to partner with Kentucky Speedway because the track itself is unbelievable," Cleanevent USA Regional Manager Matt Peach said. "It's a great time to be involved with the facility as it continues to grow."
Cleanevent USA, Inc. receives a luxury suite and advertising considerations as part of the partnership.
Kentucky Speedway opens its 2002 season May 10-11 with a Friday evening "Short Track Special" and the ARCA RE/MAX Series "The Channel 5-155" on Saturday evening. Tickets for all 2002 events at Kentucky Speedway are on sale now and can be purchased in four easy ways:
- By phone at 1-888-652-RACE
- On the World Wide Web at www.kentuckyspeedway.com
- In person at either the speedway's Ft. Mitchell ticket office or at the Kentucky Speedway Fan Center off Ky. Hwy. 35 in Sparta, Ky.
- At Tickets.com and all Tickets.com retail outlets located in Greater Cincinnati
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