One of the most popular attractions at the Pennzoil Motorsports Auto Racing Trade Show over the years, has been the Burn Foundation's memorabilia and fantasy auction. In the past fans had to be at the show to participate. This year, ...
One of the most popular attractions at the Pennzoil Motorsports Auto Racing Trade Show over the years, has been the Burn Foundation's memorabilia and fantasy auction. In the past fans had to be at the show to participate.
This year, 1999, fans across the country and beyond will be able to participate. A list of more than 200 hundred items already part of the auction can be accessed on the Internet at the Burn Foundation's website (www.burnfoundation.org). Auto racing fans will be able to download the list, auction rules and bid form. And bids will be accepted by mail until December 31, 1998.
The list, rules and bid form are also available by sending a business-size envelope with $.55 postage affixed to Burn Foundation Auction, 1128 Walnut Street, Suite 301, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Final bids will be made at the show on Sunday, January 17.
The Pennzoil Motorsports '99 Auto Racing Trade Show includes more than 500 display booths crammed with just about everything related to motor sports. In addition there is the Skoal/Aplus Mini Markets Ms. Motorsports '99 competition, Li'l Miss Motorsports and the annual Big Wheel racing events. More than 125 racing vehicles will be on display.
Complete information on Pennzoil Motorsports '99 may be had by telephoning (609)888-3618. There are three day and one day show passes available. For attendees wishing to take advantage of discount hotel rooms available in the area telephone Marilyn Saxton at 215.752.2392 or Plaza II Travel, 215.943.0190.
The Fort Washington Expo Center, site of the three day show, is located just a short distance off the Pennsylvania Turnpike at Exit. 26.