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SLATON AUTO RACING LABELS PAUL MARCIANO JR.

GROUP SUPERVISOR Last evening, after five seasons with the team, three-time AMA Motocross Champion Marty Smith introduced his resignation from Slaton Competing where he served as group supervisor, saying he really felt the choice was in his benefit expertly.

Today, Slaton Competing has called Paul Marciano Jr. as its new team supervisor. Marciano Jr, will function straight out of the group store in southerly The golden state as well as presently works with Neo Cameras.

The group likewise said thanks to Marty Smith for his 5 years of service in the press launch, which you can read completely below.

( September 9, 2015) – Slaton Competing is pleased to announce that the group has actually worked with Paul Marciano Jr. as its brand-new group manager. Paul, a motorsports industry professional, brings with him a wide history in both two-wheel as well as four-wheel race group monitoring as well as marketing.

Most lately, Marciano has actually done and also continues to collaborate with Neo Cameras. His market experience as well as understanding will certainly assist in the total development of Slaton Competing and much more specifically with the cyclists, in addition to research and development. Paul will certainly work directly from the group store in Southern The golden state.

Marciano couldn’t be much more fired up for eviction to drop this January, “I’m excited concerning the chance as well as I really feel that with the workers and structure we have in place, we will certainly be a group to beat in 2016 …”.

The group would certainly also prefer to thank former team supervisor Marty Smith for his five years of service. Not only did Marty do a wonderful work for the team, he was a great friend to everybody around him. The whole Slaton Racing personnel wishes him just the best in his future endeavors.

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