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3 Ways NASCAR Failed With Social Media Crisis PR

February 28, 2013
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After what appears from the fan's perspective to be a horrifying incident, NASCAR took what many consider a cowardice approach to the situation at hand. The entire incident illustrates the need for training and "Fire Drills" for the entire sport, and all teams alike....

 

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