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Memphis International Raceway’s Jason Rittenberry Earns Certified Facilities Executive (CFE) Designation from International Association of Venue Managers

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

RittenberryHeadShot_LowerResMILLINGTON, TN – August 9, 2011 – Memphis International Raceway and Palm Beach International Raceway President and CEO Jason Rittenberry recently received the prestigious Certified Facilities Executive (CFE) designation. Rittenberry was one of 11 individuals to earn the certification from the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) at the 2011 Venue Connect Conference in Phoenix this July.

Founded in 1976 by IAVM, the Certified Facilities Executive (CFE) recognizes excellence in the professional development and competence of managers of public assembly facilities. In the certification history, 255 individuals have earned the CFE designation. 

“I’m honored to be recognized by the International Association of Venue Managers and the Certification Board for the CFE designation,” said Rittenberry, President and CEO, Memphis International Raceway.  “It is a privilege to receive the certification and be in an elite class of worldwide venue managers.”

Within the venue management industry, the CFE designation is an indication of demonstrated skill in leadership, activity in community affairs and expertise in management of public assembly facilities.

To obtain the certification, Rittenberry was rated on his experience and accomplishments in public assembly venue management.  In addition, Rittenberry completed a comprehensive written and oral examination which tested his knowledge of the public assembly venue management profession.


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