HAMPTON, Ga. — Atlanta Motor Speedway President and General Manager Ed Clark has announced the promotion of eight staff members at the 1.5-mile superspeedway
Allison Fillmore, who has been with the speedway since 2009, has been promoted to vice president of sales. Since 2014, Fillmore had been the executive director of sales at AMS.
Dustin Bixby has been promoted to vice president of marketing and promotion. He began with the speedway as the marketing and promotion Manager in 2013. He was named the department director in 2014.
Rebecca Reid has been named vice president of ticket operations. She began with the speedway in 2007 as the director of ticket operations. She joined the speedway from Ticketmaster, where she was an event creation manager.
Kristi Wilson becomes the Sr. director of administrative services with the Speedway after serving as the director of client services since 2011. Wilson began with the speedway sales department in 2001 as a sales administrator.
In his second year with the speedway, Kyle Nelson has been promoted to event logistics manager. He began his time with the track as an event coordinator in 2015 after graduating from Texas A&M.
Kim Snider has been promoted to business development manager. The Indianapolis, Indiana native began with the speedway as a group sales associate in 2013 and was named a corporate sales executive in 2014.
Rodney Fordham has been promoted to grandstand and building operations manager. He previously served as the grandstand and building operations supervisor. He joined the speedway in 2006 as a member of the grandstand maintenance team.
Geoff Reed has been named the infield operations manager at the speedway. Previously, he was the infield supervisor. He joined the speedway in 1992 as a member of the infield operations crew.
“We have an outstanding team at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and these promotions recognize the dedication and hard work each of these employees demonstrates day in and day out to the success of AMS,” Clark said. “They are key players in our business strategy as we move towards a very busy 2017 event season.”