It’s been a stressful summer already, with many areas of the state in pretty tough shape here in the first part of July. We hope that you can take advantage of this exclusive member’s only opportunity to get away from the stress and have some fun while learning about how ethanol and farmer image are being promoted using the NASCAR venue.
It’s been since last September that we gave you the opportunity as an Illinois Corn Growers Association member to enjoy a weekend at the races. It’s that time again! As an ICGA member, we’re pleased to give you the chance to “Catch Kenny Wallace” at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet on July 22.
Click here to find out how you and your family can enjoy exclusive access to one of NASCAR’s most popular drivers. Kenny has really enjoyed meeting our members in the past, and he can’t wait to see you at the members’ only event on the morning of the NASCAR Nationwide race.
Later that day, Kenny Wallace will pilot the No. 99 “Family Farmers” car in the NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
Your membership means that for $40, you can meet Kenny and join the Family Farmers team as Kenny advocates for YOU and for corn farmers. The “Family Farmers” car will make its debut appearance in Illinois for the 2012 racing season that day, July 22.
Tickets are limited, so call the ICGA office TODAY to purchase your family’s exclusive ticket package. Ask for Rosie, the ICGA Membership Administrative Assistant at (309) 557-3257.
Deadline for tickets is July 13th, don’t delay! We hope to see you there!
If you already have your package, PRINT THIS INFORMATION for maps, directions, agendas, attire suggestions, and more!
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