AIDB / Race Fever Contact:
AIDB Assistant Director for Development
Office: (256) 761-3571
Cell: (256) 761-7940
Talladega Superspeedway Contact:
Director of Public Relations / Exec. Dir. IMHOF
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 23, 2016
Thirty-One and Having Fun
Race Fever Fan Frenzy Slated for April 29 at Talladega Superspeedway
TALLADEGA, AL – Start your engines! Race Fever is back for its 31st year. Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB), along with Victory Lane Sponsors Talladega Superspeedway and NASCAR, will be celebrating at the FOX Sports 1 Dome at the International Motorsports Hall of Fame located outside of Talladega Superspeedway on Friday, April 29!
Doors open at 5:00 p.m. to this incredible, fast-paced, excitement-filled evening that includes an all-you-can-eat Southern barbecue feast, the chance to see and meet numerous NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR XFINITY Series and ARCA drivers, a mega Silent Auction and a Live Auction filled with once-in-a-lifetime race experiences and other great items. All ticket holders will have a chance to win either a Driver Introduction Handshake Experience or Victory Lane Experience for the Talladega 300 NASCAR XFINITY Series race on Saturday, April 30 – and, no doubt, there will be a surprise or two to get you in the mood for a great weekend of racing!
Don’t be left in the dust as race fans from all over the world converge on the FOX Sports 1 Dome for this memorable event benefiting the AIDB Foundation. Event tickets are $50 or buy a table for 8 for $375.
Tickets are available online at RaceFever.org or by calling (256) 761-3369.
About Race Fever
Former NASCAR Chairman, the late Bill France Jr. organized the first Race Fever event to benefit children and adults served by AIDB and today is the largest source of unrestricted funds for the AIDB Foundation. Through the continued support and coordination between NASCAR, the racing community, AIDB and Talladega Superspeedway, Race Fever has grown steadily and raised over $4.2 million for AIDB Foundation, the designated charity of Talladega Superspeedway. For more information, visit www.RaceFever.org.
About Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind
At Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB), the education continuum begins at birth and lasts a lifetime. AIDB is uniquely known as the world’s most comprehensive education and service program for children and adults of all ages with hearing and vision loss. We serve more than 20,500 individuals each year in all 67 counties of the state. This commitment to excellence is carried out through three residential schools, serving children, ages 3 to 21 from across the state (Alabama School for the Deaf, Alabama School for the Blind and Helen Keller School of Alabama) in addition to an education and rehabilitation program for adults, ages 16 and older (Gentry Facility), an industrial, manufacturing complex (Alabama Industries for the Blind) and a statewide network of regional centers (Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia). For a tour or additional information about AIDB, call 256‐761‐3206 or visit www.AIDB.org.
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