Ralph A. Sardo from central New York is a US Air Force veteran who served during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. After serving, Ralph started his 18-year long career in casino operations from 1993 to 2011. During this time he was in many upper management positions and was involved in the opening of a number of new casino properties, such as Turning Stone Casino, Seneca, Niagara and Allegheny Casinos. He was also involved with Mohegan Sun, Pocono Downs and many others. Since 2011, he has been National VP of Solid Solutions, LLC and Director of Operations for Onondaga Nation and many other ventures.
Recipients recognized were::
Terrance Alton Cox, III
American Standard Motorsports welcomes Andrea Holt to our team. Andrea has spent decades making connections for those seeking greater success and fulfillment in partnering with business innovators, as well as established organizations for mutual benefit.. You can read more about Andrea on the ASM About Team page.
It was an event of historical significance. The first annual Terrance Alton Cox Motorsports Awards was held Friday night May 18 at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC.
American Standard Motorsports President Terrance A. Cox hosted the event, which celebrated the achievements of people of all colors that have contributed to the world of Motorsports. The celebration also recognized the new young rising stars in the world the Motorsports as well. It was an incredible success. The turnout for the first annual TAC Awards was tremendous with 125 guests in attendance as well as 17 award recipients from all over the country.
-Willy T. Ribbs
-Stephen R Ross, Sr., director of the Spirit 4 Racing School and two students
-James Rudy Stevenson
-Dr. Luonne Abram Rouse
-Matt Murphy, along with parents John and Lashonda Murphy
-Pastor B. Dwayne Hardin
-And Pastor John Wayne Penton was the winner of the Theresa Cox Blalark Humanitarian Award