In the bag!
Kansas Speedway announces new food and beverage policy
The next time a race fan at Kansas Speedway® gets a hankering for a home made sandwich, snack, chips or a Pepsi, they need look no further than the 6x6x12-inch cooler they brought with them.
For the first time ever, Kansas Speedway will permit race fans to carry outside food and beverages with them to the track, beginning next season with the opening race event, the ARCA RE/MAX Series Kansas Lottery $150 Grand on April 27. The weekend also features the O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 on April 28 and the Kansas Lottery Indy 300 on April 29.
"We've always believed that fans come first at Kansas Speedway," track President Jeff Boerger said. "Racing at Kansas Speedway offers many fan-friendly amenities that you can't get with other entertainment options in our market, such as free parking; we're always looking at ways to make a fan's experience more enjoyable each year. Following extensive research with most of our ticket holders, we have decided to allow guests to bring coolers and outside food and drinks with them when they come to the track."
All coolers and bags must be soft-sided and no larger than 6x6x12 inches. Glass containers of any kind may not be brought in through grandstand gates. All bags and coolers are subject to search by security officials at the gates. Bags that do not meet size standards will not be permitted through the gates. There is a maximum of one cooler per ticketed-guest.
Bring your favorite food and beverage for the fun and excitement at Kansas Speedway next season when you purchase your 2007 RPM Season Ticket which includes the aforementioned April events and the following races Sept 27 - 30. NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Kansas 400, the NASCAR Busch Series Yellow Transportation 300 and the USAC Silver Crown Series KansasSpeedway.com 100.
Call 866.460.RACE or visit www.kansasspeedway.com today for tickets and a complete schedule.
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