Kentucky Speedway Trusts Document Solutions to ProSource Professionals
Kentucky Speedway is entrusting the printing, reproduction and document transmission of important communications fueling its historic 2011 race season featuring the inaugural July 9, 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series "Quaker State 400" to equipment and a dedicated professional team provided by ProSource under the terms of a new corporate partnership announced today.
Greater Cincinnati-based ProSource was founded in 1985 and expanded to serve Dayton, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana. The company quickly garnered multiple high-profile small business and industry awards by providing outstanding customer service through its six-step TotalPro Experience that builds long-term client relationships by gaining in-depth knowledge of client practices through workflow analysis. ProSource backs its products and services with a TotalPro Guarantee that ensures clients receive Total Satisfaction.
"ProSource was built on providing the best customer service. We know we can only be successful by solving problems for our clients' business, responding to problems with a sense of urgency and anticipating needs. We're proud Kentucky Speedway is placing its trust in our proven track record to manage document workflow as it plans to entertain race fans from around the country during its inaugural Sprint Cup Series event weekend," Ben Russert, ProSource President and Owner, said.
Kentucky Speedway will rely on ProSource's expertise during a season-opening NASCAR tripleheader weekend that additionally features the July 8, 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series "UNOH 225" and NASCAR Nationwide Series "Feed The Children 300" in addition to the Kentucky Speedway debut of stars Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, five-time series champion Jimmie Johnson, Tony Stewart and more in the "Quaker State 400."
ProSource equipment also will serve the speedway during its second tripleheader weekend made up of a return 225-mile engagement with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on October 1, 2011 followed by an October 2 open-wheel doubleheader race day spotlighting Helio Castroneves, Dario Franchitti, Danica Patrick and the stars IZOD IndyCar Series along with up-and-coming Firestone Indy Lights competitors.
Tickets for each Kentucky Speedway opening-weekend event, infield Fan Zone passes along with "Quaker State 400" race day Pit Road Club hospitality tickets and Prerace Infield Fan Zone passes the provide close-up access to a Clay Walker pre-race concert and Sprint Cup Series driver introductions are on sale now.
Fans can reserve tickets and passes by clicking TICKETS, calling 888-652-7223 or visiting the Kentucky Speedway ticket office at 1 Speedway Drive in Sparta, Ky., just off of Interstate 71 Exit 57 and Ky. Hwy. 35 N..
Story by Mike Schmaltz
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