Miami rapper calls opportunity to save PBIR a ‘true honour’
rapper pitbull To save the famous Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR) he has thrown his hat into the ring along with several other bandings.
“This is a true honor and an amazing opportunity to help in this important effort to save Palm Beach International Raceway. Bringing community and culture together to create a generational experience is invaluable,” said Pitbull, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez , said in one Statement.
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“We look forward to making history in West Palm Beach like we’ve done in music, NASCAR and education, Dell!” she added.
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This track, built in 1964, is synonymous with American racing. However of late, the site is being considered for demolition to make way for distribution warehouse space.
For now, the rap and pop music artist, known by the nicknames “Mr. 305” and “Mr. Worldwide”, is working to help restore PBIR to its former glory in the name of community enjoyment, charitable events, live entertainment and more. inspired to. Options that will see the site stand longer than planned.