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Just Marketing International expands in Daytona, Charlotte

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Just Marketing International, a Zionsville-based motorsports marketing firm, this month opened an office in Daytona Beach, Fla., and moved to a larger office in Charlotte, NC.

In addition to its local headquarters, which employs about 90, JMI also maintains offices in New York, London, Montreal, Singapore and Cologne, Germany.

To accommodate its growing Charlotte-based work force, JMI has moved its office from Charlotte Motor Speedway to NASCAR Plaza, said JMI CEO Zak Brown. JMI’s Florida office is less than two miles from Daytona International Speedway.

“As a key player in motorsports in North America, these new U.S. offices allow JMI to be even closer to clients, properties, leagues, race teams and vendors, who are integral to our business,” Brown said.

Just Marketing represents sponsors in the IndyCar Series, NASCAR and Formula One.

The company has 130 employees, with a total of eight working in the Daytona Beach and Charlotte offices. Brown said he expects to grow the employee count significantly at the Charlotte office this year.

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