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jammin
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posted September 09, 2001 12:28 AM UIN: 16262997
SUN SUITES NAMED UDTRA OFFICIAL HOST HOTEL FOR TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY EVENT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

WOODSTOCK, GA - The Sun Suites in Lewisville, TX will be the Official Host
Hotel for the United Dirt Track Racing Association Pro DirtCar Series Wolf
Brand Chili Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, TX on September
13. The Sun Suites is located at 324 Corporate Drive, just off I-35E at
the
Corporate Drive exit.

The Sun Suites will be offering UDTRA fans and competitors a special
discount rate of $59.99 per night. The rooms have a fully equipped kitchen
with full-size refrigerator, plus a spacious living area with cable TV.

The Sun Suites is located within 20 minutes of Texas Motor Speedway, with
restaurants and shopping areas nearby. To make reservations call (972)
459-5800 and be sure to ask for the special UDTRA Discount rate.

Fans attending the Wolf Brand Chili Challenge at the Texas Motor Speedway
Dirt Track Thursday night, September 13 can now save $5.00 off the
grandstand admission to see the country's best drivers compete.

The $5.00 discount is available to fans that bring two labels from cans
of
Wolf Brand Chili, Ranch Style Beans or Ro*Tel Diced Tomatoes purchased at
Albertsons to the speedway ticket office. Tickets for the Wolf Brand Chili
Challenge begin at $15 each.

A complete racing program including time trials, Borla Performance heat
races, consolations races and a 50-lap feature highlight the evening on
the
four-tenths mile clay oval. The Wolf Brand Chili Challenge winner will
collect $15,000.

The grandstand will open at 5:00 p.m. on September 13 with qualifications
at
6:30 p.m. followed by the races. Tickets are on sale daily at the speedway
ticket office, by calling (817) 215-8500, online at www.texasmotorspeedway.com and at Ticketmaster locations.

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