Over The Wall Podcast

Over The Wall: Episode 3

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Here is episode #3 of “Over The Wall”. Please enjoy and comment either here, Twitter or Facebook. Your comments will help drive future shows.

This week we welcome back our esteemed panel, Myself, Chris Smith and Fluid Media’s Cameron Watson and Joe Magennis. Topics covered during the podcast were the following:

  • Listener Comments from Facebook
  • Daytona 500 Recap, Kenseth wins, rain shortens race, Vickers vs. Jr., different set of rules
  • Marketing Values to Sponsors in NASCAR, how far does that marketing dollar go
  • Smaller Teams, can they compete, how to leverage sponsorships and obtain 36 races worth of sponsorship
  • Fontana Preview
  • Predictions
  • Song: “Hollywood Car Crash” by Cage 9 Located on the Podsafe Music Network
  • Intro and Exit Bumpers courtesy of PhilX of Powder PowderMusic.com Link
  • Be sure to check us follow us on Twitter Link
  • Be sure to join our Facebook group and leave comments on our wall Facebook Link

Enjoy the podcast. We’ll put a new one up next week. Please let us know how you like it and what changes you would recommend. Again, your comments will drive the content. Get in there and join in on the conversation.

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About Christopher Smith

A long time fan of NASCAR, he attended his first race as a kid in 1979 at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the World 600. Christopher watched Darrell Waltrip drive his way to victory and from that day forward he’s been hooked. As president of RubbingsRacing.com, Christopher launched the site in 2000 and in the past decade, it has grown into a NASCAR-accredited web site hosting multiple podcasts, dedicated writers and race coverage at the majority of NASCAR-sanctioned events. Christopher is an official member of the National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA).

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