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Half-Priced Concourse Tickets for Kids 12 and Under

Pocono Raceway Expands Racing Experiences for Families in 2012

Long Pond, PA (January 5, 2012) – Pocono Raceway, home of two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events annually, has always strived to be fan friendly with an emphasis on families. Pocono Raceway is proud to announce its latest initiative, Kids 12 and under will be admitted at half price to ALL Concourse Grandstand sections for the June 10, Pocono 400 and the August 5, Pennsylvania 400, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events in 2012. These sections include: Concourse Gold (adult price $55.00, kids price $27.50), Concourse Vista (adult price $50.00, kids price $25.00) and Concourse (adult price $45.00, kids price $22.50.)

The Concourse Grandstand runs the along the front straight at Pocono Raceway (nearly 3,000 feet), so fans purchasing the kids tickets have the option of choosing seats  at or near the start/finish line, near Turn # 1 or near Turn # 3. All Concourse Gold sections contain body contoured bucket seats. (All Kids tickets must be purchased with at least one full-priced ticket. All seating is subject to availability. Everyone must have a Sunday grandstand ticket for Raceday admission. Gate validation at time of entry required.)

As in the past, Kids 12 and under are admitted free (with a paying adult) to all grandstand sections on Friday and Saturday for practice, qualifying and companion races including the Camping World Truck Series race in August. Grandstand parking is always free at Pocono Raceway. Make Pocono Raceway a memorable racing experience for your family and kids in 2012 with great racing action and huge savings.

Tickets can be purchased on line at www.poconoraceway.com, toll free via phone 1-800-RACEWAY

(1-800-722-3929). An easy to use, print-at-home option is available to all online customers.

Comments

  1. william brown |

    i would really like tyo go see a race but im not working and trying to look for a new job is very hard in scranton pa thank you

  2. matthew |

    dear sirs

    we are locals here in PA and have attended pocono raceway for the autism walk and last years NASCAR Race. We already have tickets for Mom Dad (me) and our teenage son. I was hoping that we might be able to bring our son who is disabled with Autism to the race for free. Is that possible?

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