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   11/30/2009

MOTORSPORTS 2010 PRESENTED BY STREETBLAZE 100 CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF SUCCESS
Miller Beer Returns As Associate Sponsor

   Miller Beer is back.
   After being away from the Motorsports show for several years Miller Beer will return as an associate sponsor for Motorsports 2010 presented by StreetBlaze 100, and will be featuring their very popular Miller Lite brand.
   The 25th anniversary edition of the show is set for three days starting at 3 p.m. on Friday, January 22nd and continuing through until 4 p.m. on Sunday, January 24th.
   And it all takes place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA, just five miles from the Valley Forge Convention Center where the show was presented for the first time.
   Show attendees will be able to purchase ice cold Miller-brand products at the show.
   Miller was the sponsor for the first 13 years of the Motorsports show. Many fans will remember that Bobby Allison, the NASCAR Cup legend who will be appearing at the show for two days, was sponsored by Miller for several years of his racing career.
   Also, racers and race fans learn what is new in the sport, what speedways will be offering during the new season, have the opportunity to learn at a variety of FREE seminars and have a chance to see, touch and feel just about everything imaginable in motorsports.
   More than 220,000 square feet of nothing but racing is what is being offered with parts supplier displaying the latest equipment, chassis manufacturers offer their latest creations, speedways announce their plans for the new season, collectible vendors offer some great bargains and the list goes on.
   There will be more than 200 racing vehicles, representing just about all types of competition, will be on display.
   Fans will have the opportunity to collect autographs from a variety of top name drivers including NASCAR Sprint Cup stars Kasey Kahne and Marcos Ambrose along with NASCAR legend Bobby Allison. Many other national, regional and local motorsports stars will be on hand.
Sure to attract attention is the Langhorne Speedway Reunion. It was considered one of the toughest dirt tracks in the nation for years before it closed in the seventies. Drivers such as A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti and a host of others were seen in action at the historic racing plant. Fans will be able to relive the great memories with a special display area featuring cars that were in competition. Drivers who competed at Langhorne will be on hand to sign autographs.
   Always a popular attraction is the annual Ms. Motorsports Pageant being sponsored by BPG Racing. A number of lovely ladies will via for cash and prizes in the pageant that takes place on Saturday, 7 PM and always draws a huge crowd.
   For those interested in being a part of this 25th anniversary show, a history maker, as an exhibitor can obtain a full color brochure while fans can get more information at 609.888.3618.    Updated details on the show are available at www.aarn.com.
   Show attendees are reminded that there will be ample free parking available at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center located just a short distance from Exit #326 of the PA. Turnpike and 30 minutes from the Philadelphia Airport.
 

SourceErnie Saxton Communications, Inc. / Promoters Summit
Posted: November 30, 2009

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