Racing Radios moves headquarters to Georgia

Customer-friendly site, adjacent to Atlanta Motor Speedway, is conveniently located for teams, fan and suppliers. December 3, 2002 (Hampton, Ga.) - Racing Radios announces that it has moved its corporate offices from its former Forest Park, Ga.

Customer-friendly site, adjacent to Atlanta Motor Speedway, is conveniently located for teams, fan and suppliers.

December 3, 2002 (Hampton, Ga.) - Racing Radios announces that it has moved its corporate offices from its former Forest Park, Ga. location to Hampton, Ga. The new offices are adjacent to Atlanta Motor Speedway near the main entrance.

Race teams and suppliers will find the new location especially convenient during race weekends and during testing. Fans attending events at Atlanta Motor Speedway will find it easy to drive or even walk over to the new offices to purchase equipment to listen to their favorite race team's communications.

Chris Thornton, president of Racing Radios, says "Moving to the Hampton offices allows us to not only have our research and development, repair, inventory, production and shipping capabilities all under one roof, but also provides us with an expanded store-front retail facility."

The new offices are located at 1200 Highways 19 & 41 South, Hampton, Ga. 30228. The new telephone number is 770/897-0051. The toll-free number, 800/669-1522, remains the same.

The company also has offices in Mooresville, N.C. in the heart of NASCAR-country and in Indianapolis, Ind., central to CART, IRL and USAC racing.

About Racing Radios
Racing Radios, Inc. is the world's premier provider of two-way radio communications sales and service to the motorsports industry. Racing Radios is the official two-way radio communications provider for NASCAR, CART, IHRA, IMSA, IRL and the Grand American Road Racing Series, the catering, concession and communications arms of the major multi-facility speedway operators, as well as hundreds of speedways, short tracks and race teams throughout the United States.

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