Full Time Employment with Pepsi-Cola Company – – Lead Technical Service Manager
Began working at the Reading Fairgrounds Speedway, Reading, PA in the capacity of Race Official.
Official, Media & Public Relations working for George Wingate Bob in victory lane with Wayne Weaver and Promoter George Wingate
Super DIRT Week event in Syracuse, NY, working in media relations
Worked in Media Relations at the Pocono Raceway for the Race of Champions.
Bob Miller named Promoter of Bridgeport Speedway with 24 events presented in a highly successful year. Perhaps, Bridgeport Speedway’s most successful season in history. Introduced the Bridgeport 4-Dozen, a wildly exciting 4-12 lap features in one night.
Media Director/Race Director for MODCAR, a traveling modified stock car series.
Media Director, Race Director & Club Officer of the United Racing Club Sprint Car Series, the nation’s oldest traveling sprint car club.
Miller introduces URC to corporate sponsorship, Kendall Motor Oil named URC Tour Sponsor. In 1990, Miller brings a financially successful Pace Car sponsorship to URC with Liberty Pontiac.
Miller began the successful Reading Racing Reunion & Car Show, presented at the Fairgrounds Square Mall in Reading, PA. . . the site of the former Reading Fairgrounds Speedway.
Miller organizes a two race Canadian Tour for URC with stops at Drummondville and Granby.
Miller has a list of sponsors, offering a URC record high $30,000 point fund that include DL Motors, Taylor & Messick, Hatboro Maintenance, EAFCO as well as the Triple Crown Championship and the first ever URC Sprint Twin 12’s at Bridgeport.
Miller created the Thunder on the Hill Racing Series joining forces with Grandview Speedway owner Bruce Rogers. This series features special events to showcase the 410 Sprints, World of Outlaws, DIRT Modifieds, Midgets and a wide variety of special events.
First time ever. . . Bob Miller worked with SCRA (Sprint Car Racing Association) of Southern California and lured this wingless sprint car group from California to Pennsylvania for a five race series.
Miller brings URC to Grandview for a return to wingless sprint car racing under the EWSA (Eastern Wingless Sprints of America) banner.
Miller strikes a deal between URC & ESS to start a Sprint Challenge Series between the two organizations. The Series draws large car counts at Dundee, NY and SeaCoast Speedway in Delaware.
URC celebrated their 50th season of presenting sprint car racing. In celebration, Miller organized a URC event at the Knoxville (Iowa) Raceway, the first race of a series that continues today and is known as. . . The Tournament of Champions, a nationally known 360 sprint car racing event.
Bob Miller/Thunder on the Hill receive Best Specialty Series Award presented by Open Wheel Magazine- -Daytona Beach, FL.
SMOKE on the HILL showcases Tony Stewart in competition in Thunder on the Hill event at Grandview
Miller delivers record 153 race cars in Reading Racing Reunion & Car Show
In conjunction with the Reading Eagle, Miller brings Mario Andretti to the Reading Racing Reunion & Car Show. Attendance was huge
National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Knoxville, Iowa- -Nominates Bob Miller as 410 Sprint Promoter of the Year.
Miller receives the Bob Pouleson Award- – CFFC.
Miller started the BIG SHOW Racing Series. These special events are promoted as “really big shows” and have been very successful at Grandview Speedway, Bridgeport Speedway, Delaware International, New Egypt and Big Diamond Raceway.
National Sprint Car Hall of Fame names Bob Miller as the 360 Sprint Car Promoter of the Year.
Miller receives the Harry Johnson URC Founders Award.
DIRT announces Bob Miller to oversee DIRT Southeast Big Block Modified Touring Series.
Miller booked the Super DIRT Series Modifieds for their first ever appearance at the Big Diamond Raceway in Minersville, PA. The event was wildly successful and took place again in 2004.
DIRT Southeast Series completed a twelve race schedule that visited Hagerstown, Big Diamond, Grandview, Bridgeport and Delaware International Speedway. A point fund of $12,500 was distributed with 151 drivers competing in the Series. Jeff Strunk was the Series Champion.
Miller becomes co-owner of the URC Sprints, transitioning the United Racing Club into the United Racing Company.
Thunder on the Hill pays out a four race purse of $280,000.
Concluded the 18th season of Thunder on the Hill with 79 events presented since 1990, paying a total purse in excess of $2.6 million dollars.
Miller works with Hagerstown and Big Diamond Raceway to bring the USAC National Sprint Tour to Grandview and the East.
Miller unites Grandview, Bridgeport and New Egypt Speedway’s to form a three race FAN FUN Nights Promotion.
Miller joins RFRHS Reading Fairgrounds Racing Historical Society as Race Director at the New Reading Fairgrounds for the Slingshot Nostalgia Nationals.
Miller presents the 1st Annual Dirt Track Heroes & Car Show at the Phillipsburg Mall in Phillipsburg, NJ. The event is very successful and draws record car counts
Miller brings WoO Late Models to Grandview for first time visit, Tim Fuller wins.
Grandview USAC showed named the Jesse Hockett Classic.
Miller brings ROC to Grandview for first ever appearance.
Miller brings USAC to New Egypt Speedway, first visit by USAC to New Jersey in 32 years. Levi Jones wins.
Miller rocks the ground with wildly successful return of the Modifieds at Lincoln Speedway for first visit in 25 years.
June 28 Thunder on the Hill presents 100th Show. To date, there have been 95 Indianapolis 500’s, 52 Daytona 500’s & 100 Thunder on the Hill Events
Bob Miller named Race Organizer of the Year by USAC for his efforts with the USAC Eastern Storm. Award presented in Indianapolis, Indiana
Miller hits career high, 319 events as Promoter combined at Grandview, Bridgeport, Delaware International, New Egypt, Big Diamond
Miller achieves 40 years of service with PepsiCo
Unbelievable crowd turns out for first ever 410 Sprints & ROC Modified Traffic JAM blockbuster
Miller ups career total to 370 events as Promoter combined at Grandview, Bridgeport, Delaware International, New Egypt, Big Diamond, Jax Raceway, FL, Putnam County, FL, URC since 2005. Thunder on the Hill reaches 114 events in 25 years.
NASCAR’s Kyle Larson wins the Thunder on the Hill 410 sprint event, July 4, 2017 in front of a jam-packed crowd