The following official statement is from Paul Fontaine, president of Harness Tracks of America
Harness Tracks of America (HTA) is embarking on a new chapter in its storied history. Our executive committee and directors have decided to repatriate our office to East of the Mississippi, bringing our focus and manpower closer to our membership, geographically. We will be closing our offices in Tucson, Ariz., and henceforth will be operating at Northfield Park, Northfield, Ohio.
Our executive vice president, Paul Estok, is anchored in Tucson and will regrettably be leaving his executive position at HTA due to our relocation.
This is an exciting time at HTA as our membership is close to an all-time high and our services continue to be sought by our tracks and the entire Standardbred industry. We will continue to be available to provide the resources to which our industry has become accustomed and we look forward to the new experiences and challenges occasioned by our move to Northfield.
HTA wishes to thank Mr. Estok for his 20 years of service during which he served as Stan Bergstein's right hand and then continued on as the steward of our association after Stan's passing. His work, dedication and loyalty to HTA has always been exemplary and well appreciated by our members.
We invite not only our track members but all who toil in our Standardbred vineyard to partake of our new experience and share with us the excitement and enthusiasm generated by our relocation.
Please do not hesitate to call me with any questions, comment or information or you may reach out to Brock Milstein, Northfield Park, Northfield Road, Northfield, Ohio , phone #330-467-4101 or email@example.com. You may also contact Tom Aldrich at firstname.lastname@example.org for any HTA matters or HTA scholarship questions.