A.R.T. Concrete Solutions 

Nov 02, 2017, 19:38 ET

LAS VEGASNov. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Advanced Resurfacing Technologies Franchising Corp doing business as A.R.T. Concrete Solutions or “A.R.T.,” will be celebrating its first major account acquisition (A.R.T. Concrete Solutions NV LLC) and holding its Corporate Launch Event with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, November 8th from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

This event will be held in the center of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway 7000 North Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada89115. Founder, Chairman and CEO, Rich Giles stated, “It’s natural that we would hold our first public event at the Speedway since we have conducted years of testing our product here.  Because of that, A.R.T. is excited to announce that we have become the official concrete & asphalt repair solution for the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.”

This event will mark the opening of A.R.T.’s new Las Vegas corporate headquarters and launch of the A.R.T. “30 Minute Concrete Repair Solution.”  The event includes a product demonstration, food and drinks. The company has invited the press, civic leaders, dignitaries, shareholders, board members, investors, customers and vendors.

Chief Investment Officer Tony Drexel Smith stated, “We are excited to launch the company and introduce our 2018 sales plan which includes issuance of Area Developers, Franchisees, Licensees, direct sales to government agencies and other entities.”  We’ll begin our marketing and engagement campaign in the spring of 2018.”

About Advanced Resurfacing Technologies (A.R.T.) Concrete Solutions
A.R.T. Concrete Solutions is a revolutionary patent pending polymer hybrid composite concrete repair solution. The proprietary formulation of aggregate, resin, hardener and other ingredients withstands the environmental elements of moisture and chemicals.  Six years of extensive research has concluded that the product holds under high and low altitudes, environments and temperature variations.

The A.R.T. formulation can repair damaged concrete in less than 30 minutes with a cure time of less than 1 hour (final cure time may vary depending on outside temperature and the size of the repair). It is 4 times stronger than concrete. This means less traffic disruption, lower labor costs and far less machinery involved.  Conversely, traditional methods require the repair area to be cut; material removed, replaced and compacted, thereby necessitating closure of the area.  Learn more at