Pedestrians walk along Tryon Street while attending Coca-Cola Speed Street on May 22, 2014. Circle K replaces Food Lion as the new sponsor, and company and event officials say the arrangement is currently a one-year partnership that could eventually turn into something longer term.
Pedestrians walk along Tryon Street while attending Coca-Cola Speed Street on May 22, 2014. Circle K replaces Food Lion as the new sponsor, and company and event officials say the arrangement is currently a one-year partnership that could eventually turn into something longer term. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Pedestrians walk along Tryon Street while attending Coca-Cola Speed Street on May 22, 2014. Circle K replaces Food Lion as the new sponsor, and company and event officials say the arrangement is currently a one-year partnership that could eventually turn into something longer term. David T. Foster, III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

Circle K to be new Speed Street sponsor

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