By The Numbers: Daytona 500

February 18, 2013

Known as the “Super Bowl” of NASCAR, Daytona 500 kicks off the season with a bit of extra flair. A look at JHE behind-the-scenes, by the numbers:

  • Approximately 56 employees spent a combined 14,876 hours in Daytona to prep and coordinate the 12 JHE-produced events.
  • An estimated 10,000 fans are expected to visit the Sprint Unlimited Experience during Daytona Speedweeks over the course of six days.
  • The SPEED team of six spent approximately 407 hours between setting up, building, striking and loading out the experiential display.
  • Four hundred feet of pit road is used during the Daytona 500 opening ceremony.
  • JHE’s creative services team spent approximately 125 hours in 2013 preparing for the Daytona 500 opening ceremony.
  • Ninety pieces of signage and 35 renderings were drawn by JHE’s creative services team for Speedweeks.
  • The SPEED display will be home to approximately 16 shows and 16 plus hours of programming, including everything from a 30-minute NASCAR Live show to a three-hour RaceDay and Victory Lane show.
  • Produces eight opening ceremonies during Daytona Speedweeks.
  • Coordinates seven and a half hours of pre-race entertainment.
  • Oversees four special events throughout the two weeks.
  • Orchestrates three flyovers during the Daytona 500 celebrations.
  • During each flyover, planes spend five seconds over Daytona International Speedway.
  • Manages two musical artists at JHE stages, including Zac Brown Band.
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