YNOT Grand Prix Coming To The Phoenix Forum

Posted on February 18, 2011

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Press Release: YNOT Group is pleased to announce that the YNOT Grand Prix (http://www.ynotgp.com) is coming to the popular Phoenix Forum (http://www.thephoenixforum.com) event on March 30th. A faster-paced alternative to golf, the YNOT Grand Prix kart-racing tournament will take place at the F1 Race Factory in Phoenix, starting at 3:00 pm.

“These aren’t the kinds of karts you’d find kids driving at some miniature golf center,” says Connor Young, President of YNOT Group. “We’re talking speeds of over 45 MPH for 12 to 16 laps. F1 has two quarter-mile tracks, and your speeds are electronically measured and displayed on the scoreboard. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, this is it.”

The YNOT Grand Prix drivers can compete on two fronts; teams of four drivers each will compete against each other, while trophies will also be reserved for the fastest individual drivers. Team and individual result tables will be posted on the YNOT Grand Prix website (ynotgp.com) throughout the year, with additional events planned for San Francisco and Prague. At the end of the season, the team with the most points is awarded the YNOT Grand Prix Championship Cup. Trophies are also awarded at each event for the top team.

“Entering a team into the YNOT Grand Prix is a fun and affordable way to get your company noticed,” says LAJ, Vice President of sales and marketing for YNOT Group. “For less than the cost of most magazine ads, you’ll get a team with spots for four drivers at Phoenix, and you can pick your drivers. You’ll get regular promotion including a banner spot on the YNOTGP.com website, and you’ll get promotion at the event itself. You will also get four sets of team racing gloves and t-shirts with your company’s logo imprinted on them, which will help you get your team pumped up for the race.”

YNOT Group is pleased to report that good sportsmanship is not required of the winners!

“If your team wins, you’ll be the star of all the post-event publicity, and will have bragging rights until the next event,” says LAJ. “By all means, winners should feel free to rub that in the faces of the losers.”

For more information about YNOT Grand Prix, Phoenix, please visit the newly re-launched website at http://www.ynotgp.com, or email LAJ at jay@ynot.com or Jerry at jerry@ynoteurope.com right now. Event sponsorship packages are also available.