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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) - The National Corvette Museum is eyeing a possible motorsports park and plans to begin meeting with
potential sponsors for the facility.
Museum executive director Wendell Strode told The Bowling Green
Daily News a motorsports park could bring as 100,000 more visitors
to Bowling Green each year.
A Chicago consulting company, I.E.G., has recommended that the
proposed complex have three major sponsors somewhere in the range
of $700,000 each over five years and 10 official sponsors that
would contribute $125,000 each over five years.
Strode said the first to be sought will be a naming sponsor, the
rights to which would total $10 million to $15 million over a
"We are just in the final stages of getting those
recommendations back," said Strode, who noted that they may
Strode said they hope to break ground for the park in 2011.