Tickets Still Available for MIS EventsShare
With only a few days remaining until the June 13-15 Father’s Day weekend, featuring the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series LifeLock 400, good tickets remain for all events at Michigan International Speedway.
Fans that are getting a boost from the U.S. Federal Government’s economic stimulus package may want to consider a little summer fun at MIS and purchase race tickets for the LifeLock 400 on June 15 or the 3M Performance 400 presented by Bondo on Sunday, August 17 by calling 800-354-1010 or purchasing them at MISpeedway.com.
Tickets can also be purchased for the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Cool City Customs 200 on June 14, the Nationwide Series CARFAX 250 on August 16 and the ARCA RE/MAX Series Racing for Wildlife 200 on June 13.
In addition, many fans take the opportunity to turn their race weekend into a vacation by purchasing a campsite in one of nine Walt Michal’s RV Superstores campgrounds. By purchasing a campsite and tickets for Friday-Sunday events the weekend turns into a family fun experience.
“If you’re a fan of NASCAR or the ARCA RE/MAX Series and have never attended a race at MIS, this is your opportunity to get tickets for our great events,” MIS President Roger Curtis said. “MIS provides an affordable experience for fans so if you are looking for a way to kick off your summer fun this June, we are a perfect destination.”
Call the MIS ticket office at 800-354-1010 or visit MISpeedway.com and purchase your tickets today.
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