Ben Trout from BMS here. We recently initiated a regional effort to attract families to come out to the Food City 250 Busch race at BMS on Friday, August 26. I won't write about all the details as hopefully you can view in the graphic below. Essentially, we are offering a Family Four Pack of tickets to the Food City 250 for $99 - an outstanding value.
I come to you because the success of this offer lies in our ability to communicate it. We're utilizing print ads and E-mail blasts to help communicate the message. With this E-mail, I'm asking if you could please forward it along to your various contacts and/or databases. I know folks do not like to be bothered with spam, so if you choose not to do so, I certainly understand. However, we'd appreciate your willingness to help attract more folks to BMS and the Tri-Cities region. If for some reason you cannot view this E-mail, please click on the following link to access the offer.
Thanks in advance for your support.
Ben Trout Director, Marketing & Advertising Bristol Motor Speedway P.O. Box 3866 (37625) 151 Speedway Blvd. (37620) Bristol, TN 423/989-6954 - Office 423/968-3040 - Fax
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