Are you a NASCAR fan? If so, today is the day when your IL Corn Growers Association membership will become more valuable than ever.
Illinois Corn’s involvement with the American Ethanol promotion through National Corn Growers Association can earn you the chance to win a NASCAR dream day in Bristol, TN on Saturday, August 27.
Together with Pioneer Hi-Bred (a DuPont Company), NCGA is raffling off two tickets to the Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway in August. In addition, you can win access to the DuPont hospitality tent, a pit tour, and a visit with racing legend Jeff Gordon.
To enter, visit www.ilcorn.org/racing and sign up for NASCAR-NCGA's Fuel for Members Program before 12 p.m. CDT, Friday, Aug. 5. The winner will be randomly selected from NCGA members who have signed up for the Fuel for Members program.
Fuel for Members is also one of the marquee benefits for belonging to NCGA and your state association. Through www.ilcorn.org/racing members receive exclusive access to discounted NASCAR tickets and merchandise and insider access to America's most popular sport. Plus, members receive discounts on goods and services from a wide range of NASCAR partners including: UPS, DirecTV, Office Depot and MGM Resorts.
Remember, sign-up ends at noon Central time on Friday, Aug. 5, so don't delay-visit www.ilcorn.org/racing today!
And if this opportunity isn’t quite enough to quench your NASCAR appetite, join Illinois Corn in Joliet at the Chicagoland Speedway for a membership event on September 16-18, 2011.
Be watching for details about discounted ticket packages, membership events, and more to make your NASCAR experience a memorable one.
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