Yaamava’ sponsors Long Beach’s Acura Grand Prix

April 13, 2023
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The California casino resort will have its branding and hospitality present throughout the race weekend.

Yaamava’ Resort & Casino in Highland, California has announced itself as an official sponsor of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, to be held this weekend from April 14-16. Yaamava’ is a AAA four-diamond rated hotel that will have branding and signage present at the event around the circuit.  

The event will feature the third round of NTT Indycar Series, along with the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship with GT Prototype class, GTD Pro and GT Daytona classes.  

Peter Arceo, General Manager at Yaamava’, said, “We are excited to announce this sponsorship and to support an event that touts a jam-packed weekend of fun for all who attend. We pride ourselves in being the number one destination for entertainment and seek every opportunity to partner with businesses that deliver on the ultimate fandom experience. We look forward to connecting with fans and guests at this year’s event.”

The Acura Grand Prix Long Beach weekend will include two nights of the Super Drift Challenge, as well as races on Saturday and Sunday from Robby Gordon’s Speed Energy Stadium Super Trucks and Porsche Deluxe Carrera Cup North America. Vintage Formula 1 cars from the 1970s and 1980s will also feature in the Historic F1 Challenge.

"We are delighted to have Yaamava’ aboard as a sponsor of the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach," said Jim Michaelian, President and CEO of the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach. "Its commitment to providing an exceptional entertainment experience for their guests aligns perfectly with our mission to create unforgettable experiences for our fans."

Yaamava’ also recently added six first-to-market new slot machines to its casino floor.


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