Bright House Extends Relationship with Honda Grand Prix of St. Pete Andretti Green Promotions, which owns and operates the Honda Grand Prix and Acura Sports Car Challenge of St. Petersburg, announced today that Bright House Networks has extended and expanded its sponsorship role with the popular event, which wrapped up its fifth edition last month.
Bright House Networks will continue as the Official Cable, Internet and WiFi Provider for the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.
“Bright House Networks continues to be a great partner to our event and has played a big role in helping us grow the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg to its current level of success,” said Tim Ramsberger, vice president and general manager of the event for Andretti Green Promotions. “We’re excited about extending this partnership and enjoying more success together in the future.”
The 2009 Honda Grand Prix and Acura Sports Car Challenge of St. Petersburg was held April 3-5 on the streets of downtown St. Petersburg and featured racing action from the IndyCar Series, American Le Mans Series and Firestone Indy Lights.
“The Honda Grand Prix is always an extraordinary event. With its increasing popularity, it continues to place our community on the national stage; showcasing the many reasons why Tampa Bay is a great place to call home,” says Michael Robertson, Bright House Networks Tampa Bay Division President. “We’re proud to say this event shares our vision and commitment to the Tampa Bay community, and we’re excited to continue serving as the Official Cable, High Speed Internet, and WiFi provider of the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg.”
Dates for the 2010 event will be announced later this year. For more information on the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, please visit www.gpstpete.com.
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