Virginia is for Racing Lovers To Sponsor Martinsville Speedway’s SkyDeck
The Virginia Tourism Corporation (VTC), with their Virginia is for Racing Lovers brand, has continued their commitment to NASCAR racing in the Commonwealth, by agreeing to sponsor Martinsville Speedway’s newest fan experience, the SkyDeck.
The Virginia is for Racing Lovers SkyDeck is located above the suites in turns one and two and offers a unique experience with an unparalleled view of Martinsville Speedway.
“The VTC has been a great partner to Martinsville Speedway for a number of years and we are excited to see our relationship continue to grow, year after year,” Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said. “They are committed to racing and are well aware of the tourism that NASCAR in particular brings to our state.”
“Virginia is for Racing Lovers SkyDeck brings the action of NASCAR closer than ever to race fans,” Virginia Tourism Corporation President and CEO Rita McClenny said. “The Martinsville Speedway SkyDeck provides a fun and enjoyable way to see the race with the vibe of a rooftop experience.”
The Virginia is for Lovers SkyDeck Experience is $375 and a SkyDeck ticket is good for both Saturday and Sunday of the First Data 500 race weekend.
In addition to access to the Virginia is for Racing Lovers SkyDeck, the experience includes a general admission ticket to the Texas Roadhouse 200, a reserved seat in the Old Dominion Tower for the First Data 500, a pre-race pit pass, a rotating buffet and eight drink coupons along with free tea and lemonade.
A limited number of SkyDeck experiences remain available.
The First Data 500 race weekend is October 26-28.
The Camping World Truck Series will practice Friday and race the Texas Roadhouse 200 on Saturday.
The First Data 500 is Sunday.
Both races are a part of the NASCAR Playoffs and if the winning driver is a Playoff contender, he will be the first to claim a spot in Championship Race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
To purchase a Virginia is for Lovers SkyDeck experience, call 877.RACE.TIX or visit www.martinmsvillespeedway.com.
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