SVRA - CAPITAL ONE SPARK BUSINESS BECOMES OFFICIAL BUSINESS CREDIT CARD PARTNER OF SVRA
Southlake, TX (February 28, 2017) – The Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) announced today that Capital One Spark Business is now the official business credit card partner of America’s premier vintage racing series.
“I can tell you I have a Capital One Spark business card in my wallet and it has been a critical tool to keep the engine of my business running,” said Tony Parella, SVRA president and CEO. “I am proud of the suite of products and services that SVRA has been putting together for our members and the support that our members have continued to provide our partners. We are building a community centered around members and organizations like Capital One Spark Business that support our shared goal of continuing to grow vintage racing.”
Capital One Spark Business is the latest in a string of top business, consumer and automotive brands to partner with SVRA to provide members with best in class products and services. Other top brands partnering with America’s premier vintage racing organization include Jaguar, Land Rover, NetJets, Zenith Watch, Robert Talbott, Mazda, Hoosier Tire, TRITEC, Safecraft and National App.
“We are very pleased to add SVRA to our growing network of partnerships, and we look forward to extending our valuable card rewards and benefits to SVRA members,” said Greg Chalker, Head of Capital One Spark Card Business Development. “Our goal is to help businesses succeed, and with our 2% cash back rewards credit card, businesses have the opportunity to add thousands of dollars back to their bottom line, while also improving their cash flow.”
SVRA officials report consistent annual triple-digit growth since 2012. The sport has rapidly grown from a regional activity largely concentrated in the southeastern United States to one that spans the continent at most of America’s top race courses. Just since the beginning of the year it has expanded its schedule to include its first hill climb near the legendary “Tail of the Dragon” roadway in Western North Carolina as well as an exciting new oval track format for its two-weekend extravaganza at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.