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Veteran motorsports public relations professional John Bisci joins Gateway Motorsports Park

Our racers, marketing partners and fans will benefit greatly by this addition to our team.”

Gateway Motorsports Park officials today announced John Bisci, a 28-year veteran of the motorsports industry, has joined the staff of Gateway Motorsports Park in the new position of Director of Public Relations.

“John’s vast motorsports experience and his passion for the sport is a tremendous gain for our racing community and programs,” said Chris Blair, General Manager and Executive Vice President at Gateway Motorsports Park. “John understands the needs of the racing community and the media on every level, and he knows what it takes to elevate the awareness of the sport.  Our racers, marketing partners and fans will benefit greatly by this addition to our team.”

“I am proud to join the Gateway Motorsports Park team,” Bisci said. “It is important to work for, and with, people who share my passion for the sport. This is an exciting time for Gateway Motorsports Park, and I am pleased to be a part of the continued growth of one of the fastest growing motorsports facilities in the United States.”

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