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Sep26
PHOENIX RACEWAY SIGNS ISM CONNECT AS NAMING RIGHTS PARTNER
Phoenix Raceway and ISM Connect, a pioneer in smart venue technology, today announced a multi-year partnership that includes naming rights for the Raceway’s modernized venue as well as the installation of a groundbreaking digital fan engagement experience. Beginning in 2018, the venue will be known as ISM Raceway.

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