Museum Is Pleased To Offer A New Raffle To Attend The Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic At Warrnambool
Monday, March 27, 2017 - The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum in Knoxville Iowa is pleased to announce the museum’s newest raffle, the “Australian Sprint Car Vacation”. The raffle winner will receive: two round trip airfares from the contiguous United States to Australia, seven nights lodging in a hotel, and two tickets to all three nights of the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic at Warrnambool. The winner need not be present to win.
Another feature of the “Australian Sprint Car Vacation” raffle, is that should the winner not be able to attend the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic at Warrnambool – there will be a $10,000 cash option, in lieu of taking the vacation package!
The winner of the “Australian Sprint Car Vacation” raffle will be drawn during the 57th Annual 5 –hour ENERGY Knoxville Nationals on Saturday night, August 12th, 2017. “This should give the lucky winner plenty of time to take off work, get a passport and plan on attending the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic at Warrnambool,” said the museum’s executive director, Bob Baker.
“We really need to thank Janet Holbrook from CH Motorsports for coming up with the idea for this raffle and the $10,000 cash option," Baker said. “Janet has pretty much single-handedly gotten the support of the sprint car builders, manufacturers, and suppliers to help sponsor the trip and raffle program, to benefit both supporting sprint car racing on an international level, as well as helping to support the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum right here in Knoxville, Iowa.”
“Australian Sprint Car Vacation” raffle tickets will be available online at www.sprintcarvacation.com or at your favorite sprint car track across the country. Tickets may also be purchased by calling the non-profit museum at 1-800-874-4488.
For more information visit the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum’s website at www.sprintcarhof.com or stop in and purchase your raffle tickets directly inside our museum, which is located in Knoxville, Iowa and open seven days a week.