DESPITE RUMORS GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN 2008Grandview PR
DESPITE RUMORS GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY WILL BE OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN 2008
The one-third-mile, banked clay oval will again be presenting Saturday night stock car racing, featuring Modifieds and Late Models, sanctioned by the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) in 2008 and for years to come.
In addition, as in the past, there will be a variety of added attractions on Saturday nights plus a series of Thunder on the Hill special promotions co-promoted by Bob Miller and Bruce Rogers.
?Rumors about the track closing create problems for everyone involved with the speedway,? said track public relations director Ernie Saxton. ?The racers and the track run into problems attracting sponsors when these rumors are circulating. The Rogers family will be the first to tell everyone if and when there are any plans to close the track.
?We are already scheduling events for 2008 and have sponsors in place for more than half of our Saturday night events. This year showed an increase in fan support and we anticipate that 2008 will be even a better season. Rumors of the track closing do no good for anyone involved with racing at Grandview Speedway.?
Coming up on Saturday, November 10th is the annual track awards banquet being staged at the Kutztown, PA Fire Hall. Jeff Strunk will be honored for winning his sixth NASCAR Modified title while Brian Shuey will celebrate his first NASCAR Late Model title.
Information on advertising and event sponsorship for 2008 may be had by contacting Ernie Saxton Communications, Inc. at 215.752.7797. Special pricing if offered for those signing up by December 1, 2007.
Grandview Speedway will kick off their 46th consecutive season of stock car racing in late March, 2008.
Additional information on plans for the new season will be announced in the near future.
Fans who missed receiving a copy of the special THP Freedom 76 Yearbook can obtain a copy for just $8.00 (including postage and handling). The 52-page book includes many color and b&w photos along with stories on the champions, a special story on Duane Howard, point standings, information the Freedom 76 and the event history plus much more. Send a check or money order to ESC Inc., 1448 Hollywood Avenue, Langhorne, PA 19047.