Jason Williams Leaves Pole Position
Posted by Tom on 02/13/2013
Pole Position Raceway, as of February 11 2013 announces the resignation of Jason Williams as CEO and director of the Company. Williams has given his resignation so that he can he can pursue other business opportunities.
Pole Position Raceway was created in September 2005 in Corona, California, by cofounders Jason Williams and Ken Faught.
The growth and expanding popularity of indoor karting, combined with first-class operations, have made Pole Position Raceway one of the fastest growing companies in the sport.
During expansion, Williams and Faught teamed up with Brad Mark for the Las Vegas and Summerlin tracks.
“Helping to create, build, and manage the Pole Position Raceway brand of indoor kart
tracks has been an incredibly rewarding and challenging endeavor for the past 8 years. However, at this point in my career I am excited to be able to embark on a new opportunity and wish to thank the shareholders, franchisees and employees of Pole Position Raceway for their help in making Pole Position Raceway what it is today. I believe the company has a bright future and wish them the best as they continue to grow and compete in the marketplace,” said Williams.
“Jason Williams helped me create something special in the world of motorsports, and I will never forget his contributions,” said Ken Faught, President. “We have entertained people from all over the world and have helped put indoor karting on the mainstream entertainment map. We wish him well in his future endeavors, and know that racing will and Pole Position Raceway will always be in his blood.”
About Pole Position Raceway
Pole Position Raceway is America’s #1 chain of indoor kart tracks with 8 locations nationwide and several additional tracks coming soon.
For more information check out www.PolePositionRaceway.com.