Feb 1, 2002
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<BR><BR>U.S. Marshalls Southeast Bureau Chief Marshall Egor Emery is looking to fill his safety staff for the up-coming 12-days of action at Daytona International Speedway, February 27 through March 10, 2002. The on-track activities start with the Team Hammer Advanced Riding School on Wednesday, February 27, runs through the CCS/Formula USA race weekend February 28-March 3, includes the AHRMA Vintage event March 4-5 and concludes with the season-opening round of the AMA National series March 6-10.<BR><BR>Emery says that about 160 workers in total are needed to cover the 12 days with a peak of 60 safety officials needed on March 10, the day of the Daytona 200.<BR><BR>There are various benefits that come with cornerworking at Daytona during Bike Week, including free meals, lodging deals and the opportunity to take some time off during the 12 days to enjoy the beach or other activities.<BR><BR>Emery says that he usually has spots for the AMA weekend filled by February 15 each year, but he would always find a place for highly-qualified late comers.<BR><BR>For more information on working corners at Daytona or at any other racetrack in the country, contact Emery via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.<BR>