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Maynor Promoted to President & Owner of Alaska Raceway Park

Mar 5, 2021 | Right Moves, Small Business

Right Moves with Michelle Lackey Maynor

Michelle Lackey Maynor has been promoted to President and majority Owner of Alaska Raceway Park.

As President, Maynor is responsible for all aspects of operation for the NHRA and NASCAR sanctioned motorsports facility. In addition to running day to day operations, her duties include facility growth, event management, marketing and promotions, staffing, sponsorships, and community relations.

She has been operations manager of Alaska Raceway Park since 2016 and has worked in many different capacities at the Park since 1997, as well as raced there. Her promotion to President and Owner comes as current owners, Karen and Earl Lackey, transition to advisory roles.

Michelle has grown up in motorsports and began racing in High School. She has raced a little of everything – she has water skipped snowmachines; won the Arctic Man Ski & Sno-go Classic; competed in hill climbs; drag raced trucks, cars & snowmachines on the strip; competed in SCCA events and most recently tried her hand at stock car racing at the dirt track. She even won the Open-Air Championship at her track while pregnant with her son, who now races junior dragsters and bandoleros.

In addition to her background in motorsports, Lackey Maynor holds a degree in marketing from UAA. She has owned several successful Alaskan businesses and founded a non-profit organization. Lackey Maynor is a member of the Butte Community Council and Susitna Rotary.

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