Annual General Meeting Review
Atlanta Motorsports Park hosted its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday with over 80 members in attendance. The meeting covered various topics from the impact of Covid-19 on the club to the forthcoming plans in store, including trackside condos. The meeting was due to take place in March but due to social distancing restrictions, it was pushed back to June.
AMP CEO, Jeremy Porter, kicked off the meeting by detailing the limited effect that Covid-19 had on the club. DriveStrong, Karting, and event representatives also gave a status update on the development of their programs over the past year and their hopes to maintain growth.
AMP member Sean Utsch was pleased with the meeting and explained that, “I think it was great meeting from the standpoint that they were laying out the future of the club and what they want to do going forward. It was really good to hear how the revenue was doing despite Covid-19.”
The trackside condos were a popular topic as well with construction commencing later this year and only six condos remaining for purchase. They will undoubtedly bring a new element to the already unique atmosphere that makes AMP so special. Other exciting ideas were discussed in relation to adding new entertainment options at AMP.
Utsch was excited about this addition, illustrating a situation where, “If one member wants to be on the track while the wife and kids go to the pool or whatever else there may be that would be awesome and that would mean the whole family could enjoy it here.”
The meeting concluded with questions from various members on the topics discussed and the announcement of the winner of the two new board members, Cheryl Capwell and Tom Spiro.