NASCAR's NRA American Warrior 300 racing this weekend at the Atlanta Motor Speedway
Atlanta, Georgia - You're a NASCAR fan, aren't you? And if you're reading this, odds are that you're a supporter of the NRA too. Well, if you live in Atlanta, Georgia (or if you're within driving distance), then here's a way that we're saying THANKS for both.
On Saturday, September 1, you can find a spot there on the Atlanta Motor Speedway FOR FREE. All you have to do is go to www.nra.org/tickets and enter the code NRAUSA1. That will get you one free ticket to the race. One free ticket to see the likes of Danica Patrick, Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Kasey Kahne battle out for 250 laps on the 1.54 mile track.
“As Americans gather in back yard BBQ’s this Labor Day and celebrate the upcoming school year, the return of hunting season, and the work ethic which makes America great, we wanted one race that focuses entirely on the life’s work of the American Warrior,” said Wayne LaPierre, NRA Executive Vice President.
“This is a labor of patriotism and gratitude. As a tribute to these wonderful people, the NRA and Speedway Motorsports came together to make possible the NRA American Warrior race.”
You will have to cover the Ticketmaster process charge of $3.25, but that's a small price to pay to see Danica, Kyle and the rest of the boys do their thing in Atlanta. And as another added bonus — kids under 12 get in free with one paying adult.
Now this promotion is only for one free ticket per adult (or per computer), so if the entire family is using the same computer, make sure to clear out those cookies after each transaction.
A couple of big supporters of this event is legendary NASCAR team owner Richard Childress and Lt. Colonel Oliver North. Both NRA Board Members, Childress and North are pleased to see NASCAR and the United States Military come together with the NRA for this special event.
So don't forget.
Go to www.nra.org/tickets and enter the code NRAUSA1 for free tickets to the NRA American Warrior 300 this Saturday at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.