MISTRESS of SMACK
posted August 03, 2007 01:54 AM
Edited By: princesskiwi on 3 Aug 2007 10:00
Virginia Hospitality (contest end Aug. 6)
Three Lucky Fans Will Win Mast Farm Inn/Club Ferdinand Hospitality for VIRginia International Raceway AMA Superbike Races
VALLE CRUCIS, N.C. - With just a few more days to qualify, three lucky race fans will win hospitality from the famed Mast Farm Inn before and after the AMA Superbike Suzuki Big Kahuna Nationals. Not just hospitality, but transportation to and from the track, as Club Ferdinand will provide the winners use of a new Porsche to drive to and from the race track.
Fans who register before the looming deadline of August 6 will have an entry in the drawing for a chance to win lodging at the internationally-known Mast Farm Inn for the Thursday evening prior to the big race, and again for Sunday evening, following the event.
In between, the three winners will have use of a new Porsche, courtesy Club Ferdinand, the first Exotic Car Sharing, or "Fleet Sharing Club" in the world, and has a fleet composed exclusively of Porsches. The three cars in line for the winners are: a Cayman S for first prize; a Boxter S for second place and a Cayenne S for third place.
Besides the accommodations and cars, Club Ferdinand is providing the pace car for the weekend: a Porsche Carrera 4 Techart, to lead the pack around VIR for race starts.
Famed for its multi-faceted accommodations and scenic beauty, the Valle Crucis, N.C. inn has the Blue Ridge Mountains as its backdrop, just a few minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway. To learn more about the Inn, visit their web site at www.mastfarminn.com http://www.mastfarminn.com
The prizes, including the car and accommodations, are valued at between $1,600 and $2,000 according to the Inn and the Club.
This is one of the ways we've found to say 'thank you' to our guests," said promoter Cameron Gray. With partners like Mast Farm Inn and Club Ferdinand, we can enhance the experiences guests at our events have and add even more value to the weekend."
VIRginia International Raceway is a multi-purpose road racing facility, located just on the Dan River between Danville and South Boston, Virginia.
For more information on VIRginia International Raceway, visit the track's website at http://www.virclub.com or telephone 434-822-7700.