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VOJENS SPEEDWAY CENTER GET EVENT COORDINATOR

Denmark's national speedway arena has to offer more than hoarse blowing duels. The facility offers numerous opportunities for corporate events and popular cultural events. That's why Jacob Olsen heads the 45-year-old Maiken Friis Krüger as coordinator of events and development.

By Ib Søby

Maiken Friis Krüger has been Business Consultant in Vejen Municipality for the past five years, and she has previously been responsible for culture and sporting events in Vejen Sports Center.

- I have experience developing concepts, as well as sponsorship and networking. It's about thinking creatively and creating relationships. These skills I look forward to continuing at Vojens Speedway Center, where I see a great potential in the future, says Maiken Friis Krüger.

She knows the local area around Vojens very well, since she was born in Nustrup, has lived in Haderslev, and had her first professional work at Flyvestation Skrydstrup.

- Maiken had a big role around our VIP events in 2019, and she fits well with our visions of making Vojens Speedway Center an important focal point for business events and development, for the benefit of the whole of Southern Jutland, says Jacob Olsen, who with his company Speed1way took over the operation of the speedway center from its father, legend Ole Olsen, a year ago. Maiken Friis Krüger joins on February 3.  

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