Service Groups

Fundraising opportunities exist in the following areas: 

  • Admission Gates    
  • Gate Ambassadors          
  • Catering
  • Clean-up
  • Concessions
  • Disability Transports
  • Information Centers                            
  • Merchandise
  • Parking
  • Security
  • Tram Drivers
  • Tram On-Board Ambassadors
  • Tram Stop Ambassadors
  • Ushers                    
The purpose of this information is to acquaint your group with the fundraising opportunities that are available at Michigan International Speedway. Additionally, it serves as an introduction to our policies and procedures. The material is intended to furnish your group with the general information necessary to determine your initial interest in working at Michigan International Speedway.

Speedway Vision
As stewards of the sport, deliver the best motorsports racing in the world, provide outstanding entertainment experiences, and continue to build a globally diverse community of loyal fans.

Policies Governing the Use of Non-Profit Group Services
We offer civic groups and non-profit organizations (tax exempt organization as defined in Section 501(C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code) on a contract basis, fundraising opportunities to benefit area communities.

Requirements of the Group
The group commits to work all race events. The number of group members needed for each role varies. Groups should be prepared to have extra members to work in the event of last minute cancellations. The group must supply the required number of personnel, as determined by Michigan International Speedway, to staff the assigned role. Flexibility will improve the chances of obtaining your group’s maximum involvement. All group members must understand that to provide the level of service our guests deserve, they will be required to present a positive image benefiting their organization and Michigan International Speedway.

Each group must appoint a group contact. This individual will be the sole contact for Michigan International Speedway and be responsible for scheduling, recruiting and all communications with Michigan International Speedway. 

Dress Code
A dress code is enforced, which usually consist of khaki pants and a white shirt, unless otherwise specified by the Speedway. 

Hours vary by role. Specific schedules will be developed when a role has been determined.

Compensation varies and is affected by the particular role, the level of your group’s involvement and the length of the workday. Flexibility can increase income. Compensation specifics would be discussed after determining a role that matches the group’s availability and level of involvement. Checks are issued to groups after each event.

The speedway will provide training prior to the season to review the facility and position expectations. Being prepared to succeed is an important part in exceeding guest’s expectations.

Paid Camping on Speedway property is available to all workers beginning on Thursday of race week. Early lights out and quiet time will be enforced. 

If your group is interested in more information about working at MIS please email [email protected].