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posted January 23, 2003 03:25 PM
2002 Southern All Star Racing Series Banquet and Family Fun Day
Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Awards Banquet & Family Fun Day February 1st

January 21, 2003

The 19th Annual Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Awards Banquet and Family Fun Day Will Take Place on Saturday February 1st in Maryville, TN., the Thunder World USA Entertainment Complex. Honoring the 2003 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Champion Duayne Hommel of Newport, TN., along with the 2003 BTW/Late Model America/Boyd Built Fabrication Rookie of the Year driver Terrance Nowell of Phenix City, AL.

Starting at 12 noon (WEATHER PERMITTING) the Go Kart Track will be open so that many of you can race against each other and the fans might have chance to race along with some of the drivers that will be in attendance. Also bring the kids as there will also be plenty of activities for them to participate in as well. Later that afternoon the bowling lanes will be open for use early in the day as well as later that evening after the banquet.

The banquet itself will take place at 6 pm (EST) as dinner will be served then awards presentation will follow. Tickets will be $25.00 each person and will be available and as well as Hoosier Tire South in Alcoa, TN. Go Kart Racing & Bowling will cost extra if you participate.

So make you plans to come out and visit the Thunder World USA facility as well as be in attendance as we honor the 2003 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series competitors for one the of the best season event.

Directions to Thunder World USA are:
Thunder World USA is located in Maryville, Tennessee on Highway 321 (Lamar Alexander Parkway).
We are within 5 miles of McGee Tyson Airport and 15 miles from Knoxville, Tennessee.

Thunder World USA
1551 Lamar Alexander Parkway
Maryville, Tennessee 37801
865-981-3399

Not too far from Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg - make a weekend of it!


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