Indianapolis, Ind. (20 February 2020) – With several existing client programs expanding ahead of the 2020 season, as well as some new clients joining the firm, Indianapolis-based Sunday Group Management has continued to grow ahead of the 2020 racing season.
To support that growth and continue to provide next-level service for its clients, Sunday Group is excited to announce that Paige Grimmer has joined the team as Digital Content Curator.
Grimmer graduated from the University of Louisville in December with a Bachelors Degree in Human and Health Performance with a Minor in Communications, and started in the Sunday Group office ahead of the New Year. Having participated in the Dr. Michael J. Cleary Internship program in 2018 and again in 2019, Grimmer expanded her skills and familiarity with day to day operations for Sunday Group at a mix of IndyCar and IMSA race events.
Sunday Group provides digital content, media relations management, and video production services for a range of clients including the Trans-Am Series, Meyer Shank Racing, Battery Tender ® Global Mazda MX-5 Cup, Stoner Car Care and Ferrari North America.
Sunday Group has continued to expand its offerings on the social and digital media side, and Grimmer will play a key role in developing those assets as well as growing her skills on the media relations side of the effort.
“We were impressed with Paige’s hard work and dedication to taking on a range of projects when she worked with us as an intern, so we were very happy to have her join us on a full time basis,” said Sunday Group President Matt Cleary. “She has already made a positive impact on several of our client programs and we are looking forward to her continued professional growth”
The Indianapolis-native will be a key contributor to an expanded digital program for Stoner Car Care Racing, JR III Racing and Sunday Group Management. With a very busy race season ahead, Grimmer will be a big asset to the Sunday Group Management team.
“I am excited about getting the opportunity to join Sunday Group Management in a full-time role,” said Grimmer. “Learning under Matt (Cleary), Maddie (Komar) and Amy (Greenway) as the Dr. Michael J. Cleary intern the past two summers gave me the opportunity to go in the public relations industry and build working relationships with them. Moving into a full-time position allows me to keep that path of growing in my professional career. Not many young adults get the chance to be in their dream industry right out of college – I feel very fortunate that I am able to. A big thank you to my mentors along the way for preparing me to be ready to take on this new chapter of my career.”