National Sprint Car Museum promotion

Knoxville, Iowa (July 4, 2001) - Former Tulsa open wheel ace Emmett Hahn will buy the first ticket for the National Sprint Car Museum's 2001-2002 "Decade of Dreams" Avenger/Gaerte/United Expressline sprint car raffle. American Sprint Car Series...

Knoxville, Iowa (July 4, 2001) - Former Tulsa open wheel ace Emmett Hahn will buy the first ticket for the National Sprint Car Museum's 2001-2002 "Decade of Dreams" Avenger/Gaerte/United Expressline sprint car raffle. American Sprint Car Series kingpin Hahn will join museum marketing director Craig Agan as they unveil the car at the opening of ASCS Speedweek at Batesville (AR) Speedway on July 13. The fourth bi-annual raffle for the 501(c)(3) non-profit museum foundation will travel with the ASCS warriors to every stop on the weeklong tour.

The Grand Prize of an Avenger sprint car with a Gaerte ASCS-legal 360 engine and a 24' United Expressline trailer will be given away on December 10, 2002. This is the first time for the raffle to feature a complete package including the trailer. The "Decade of Dreams" raffle celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the 1992 Grand Opening of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum.

Other prize winners will receive an array of gifts that include Frigidaire appliances, a John Deere lawn mower, a DeWalt by Emglo air compressor, driving sessions at the Dave Blaney Outlaw Driving School, SnapOn Tools, a Wheel Tough table, a CTS aluminum jack, and a Kwik Check wheel balancer. Tickets are $20.00 each or six for $100.00 and can be purchased at the museum's travelling display, by calling 1-800-874-4488, or by writing the museum at P.O. Box 542, Knoxville, Iowa 50138.

-NSCM

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