The National Hot Rod Association is planning to move more of its operations to central Indiana. Autoweek reports the NHRA has listed its headquarters facility in Glendora, California for sale, though it plans to maintain its HQ in the Los Angeles suburb.
According to the listing on the Colliers International website, the NHRA says it is willing to lease back half of the more than 28,000-square-foot building “for short or long term.” The NHRA also has an office in Brownsburg on the Lucas Oil Raceway property, according to the publication.
“We are not planning to move the entire headquarters to Indianapolis,” Jeffrey Young, vice president of marketing and communications for the NHRA, told Autoweek. “We are re-evaluating our office space needs, based on what we have learned through the pandemic. We will still maintain a headquarters in Glendora as well as our current office space in Indianapolis.”
The publication reports some NHRA personnel have already relocated to the Indianapolis area.
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