KANSAS CITY SPORTS AMBASSADORS SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS AT KANSAS SPEEDWAY
Wanting to take part in the largest event in Kansas City this weekend, members of the Kansas City Chiefs ambassadors, two former NBA players and a Hall of Fame baseball player are making their way to Kansas Speedway for the Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft Foods and the Kansas Lottery 300.
On Saturday, Oct. 2 from Noon-2 PM, former NBA and University of Kansas star Bud Stallworth, former Pro Bowlers Deron Cherry and Art Still, former AFL All-Star Walt Corey, former Kansas City Chiefs Walter White, Danan Hughes and Keith Cash, will sign autographs outside of Gate B.
On Sunday, Oct. 3, from 9 – 11 AM, Cherry, White and Still will join baseball Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith, former Pro Bowler and Kansas City Chief Neil Smith and former NBA player “Foots” Walker, will sign autographs outside of Gate B.
Cherry, who in 2008 drove the pace car off of a Chinook helicopter prior to the Kansas Speedway NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, will also participate in a Q&A session in Sprint FanWalk on Oct. 3 at 9:45 AM.
Kansas Speedway tickets for Sept. 30 – Oct. 3, 2010 events are on sale now by calling 866.460.RACE(7223) or logging onto www.kansasspeedway.com, including weekend tickets for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Price Chopper 400 presented by Kraft Foods on Oct. 3, 2010 and the NASCAR Nationwide Series Kansas Lottery 300 on Oct. 2, 2010 are available. 2010 Kansas Speedway ticketholders will have the first opportunity to purchase 2011 tickets, which will go on sale after the October race weekend.
Tickets for O’Reilly Auto Parts Qualifying Day on Oct. 1, 2010 are also on sale.
Parking is always free at Kansas Speedway and fans can bring one 6x6x12-inch soft-sided cooler into the grandstands with their favorite food and beverages.
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