PREMIER Speedway is searching for community groups to help run meetings as it races towards its season-opener.
The Allansford-based club provides sponsorship deals in turn for assistance in various roles at the track.
General manager David Mills is imploring organisations, such as dance schools and sporting clubs, to reach out as it's struggling to fill tenders ahead of Max's Race on December 18.
"We have our own core group of 100 volunteers to put on the events we do and they give up their time for 12 months of the year but we just need some help on race nights now," he said.
"We're on the look out for a couple of groups because time is ticking and we still need a group to come on and help us with canteen staff and that sort of thing.
"It will appeal to any number of groups that are looking for extra income post COVID and will certainly help us out.
"It is a good, busy environment and we have some flexibility."
Mr Mills said the partnership would run throughout the 2021-22 racing season which includes January's three-night South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic.
"We've had one of our previous groups which was really good in helping us out during COVID last season with both canteens come back but it has now reverted back to the canteen they've done traditionally," he said.
"We have one still to fill."
Mr Mills said a group with a strong band of volunteers which could share the load would be ideal. Premier Speedway also needs cleaners.
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