Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix looking for volunteers

By Chaleah Norrell, ClickOnDetroit.com intern, CNorrell@wdiv.com
Published On: Jan 30 2014 04:10:33 PM EST
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DETROIT -

The Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix is scheduled for May 30-June 1 in Detroit. They are looking for volunteers to help host their event of the summer.

Quicken Loans is sponsoring the volunteer program for the third consecutive year. The model for this organization has been so successful it has been adapted and implemented in other event volunteer efforts across the country.

Volunteers can experience the event in many unique and exciting ways. Some of the duties of the Grand Prix volunteers include, circuit marshals, customer relations, food services, hospitality services, information booths, track services, ticket scanners, transportation/delivery services ushers and more.

Grand Prix needs a strong volunteer corps to assist the crowd of fans along with the race teams, vendors and event partners.

This year's Grand Prix will be packed with entertainment options including live concepts, BMX demonstrations, Monster Truck rides, displays featuring Detroit's top sports teams and more.

Volunteers must pay a $15 registration fee and are required to work a minimum of 25 hours during the race weekend.

Anyone interested in volunteering for the Grand Prix can learn more and sign-up online at http://www.DetroitGP.com.

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