Global Expo Services looked after all road transports in France as well as customs declarations in the USA and France. Shipment to and from the USA was handled in cooperation with US partner Airways Freight.
“It was an exciting week,” continues Jérôme. “My staff is experienced and they have worked at many unusual events but this time they also got to see TV studios from the inside, set up the trophy on the terrace of a 5-star hotel in Paris with view of the Eiffel Tower and saw a lot of famous people from the motorsport and media world.”
All media and sponsor events were set up and organized by AS Sports Communication, a boutique communication agency based close to Chantilly, France, specialized in motorsport media and public relations. “The trophy went to about three different events each day, including public receptions in Poitiers and Montmorillon, the home region of Simon Pagenaud, about 300 km south of Paris. We normally work at fairs and exhibitions, so to work in the motorsport media world was a new experience for us but we really enjoyed it. The trophy is now back home at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, but we hope to see it again one day soon, ” concludes Jérôme.