International Speedway Corp. Names Tracie Winters VP of Business Development - aftermarketNews

International Speedway Corp. Names Tracie Winters VP of Business Development

Joining ISC in 1999, Winters has held various positions with the company.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — International Speedway Corp. has promoted Tracie Winters to vice president of business development. Winters assumes this role from her previous position as managing director, business development, a position she has held since 2006.

Winters, 37, reports to John Saunders, executive vice president, chief operating officer and will oversee ISC’s new business growth opportunities and initiatives as well as the company’s strategic plan.

Joining ISC in 1999, Winters has held various positions with the company. Prior to her positions at ISC, Winters served as investor relations director for Gencor Industries Inc. in Orlando, Fla. Previous to that position, she worked for the investment banking group at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York, NY.

Winters earned her undergraduate degree in international finance from Brigham Young University, and her masters of business administration from the University of Florida.

 

 

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