International Sports Convention have today announced a global partnership with Powerboat P1 to assist in their global business development and marketing. The partnership details are confidential but as part of the collaboration Powerboat P1 will have a significant presence at the International Sports Convention taking place on March 23-24, 2022 at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Tim Ramsberger, the newly appointed CEO of Powerboat P1, USA will also be speaking on a panel discussion in the sports events segment of ISC London 2022.
Powerboat P1 is a leading international marine motorsport promoter with offices in London and Orlando. The business was founded in 2002 and since then it has staged more than 600 powerboat and personal watercraft races in 18 countries on four continents. Its race events combine high-speed, free-to-watch sport and family entertainment, attracting hundreds of thousands of spectators and millions of television viewers around the world, also playing a valuable role as an effective destination marketing tool. By creating high caliber events, it generates a significant level of inward economic investment at host venues, together with the commercial platform created for sponsors, partners and the wider marine industry. Media and broadcast relationships play a key role in enhancing the company’s international presence, delivering exposure for venues and commercial partners, and building the foundations for a commercially viable, credible and global marine motorsport business.
Tim Ramsberger was the Chief Operating Officer at Visit St. Pete/Clearwater from February 2016 and was elected to lead the state of Florida’s Sports Hall of Fame organization in January 2020. From August 2014 to January 2016 he was Vice President of Andretti Sports Marketing in Indianapolis. Prior to that he was President of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg for ten years, ran his own private law practice and was Senior Manager of Business & Legal Affairs and Programming at Disney Sports and Disney’s Wide World of Sports in Buena Vista, Florida. Previous appointments saw him involved with venue programming and management at the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games and venue planning and operations for the 1994 FIFA World Cup. He holds a law degree from Florida State University and MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College. Tim is an accomplished scuba diver and a licensed boat captain and private pilot. He lives in Treasure Island, Florida and is married with three children.
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