Greene Community Health Foundation Partners with Kil-Kare Speedway for Tugg-A-Truck Competition

The Greene Community Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of the Greene County Combined Health District (GCCHD), is thrilled to announce a partnership with Kil-Kare Speedway on a Tugg-A-Truck Series beginning this weekend on Sunday, April 28, 2013.

A Tugg-A-Truck competition features two pickups linked together by a tow cable with a line drawn across the tarmac. Both drivers put the pedal to the metal with the goal of finding enough traction to pull your opponent over the line. Just like kids playing Tug-O-War.

This series will be held this year on two dates, this Sunday, April 28 and Saturday, September 14 at Kil-Kare Speedway located at 1166 Dayton-Xenia Road in Xenia. All gate proceeds benefit the Greene Community Health Foundation, serving the health and wellness needs of Greene County residents.

This competition will be a bumper to bumper pull on concrete with several classes offered including 5500, 6500, 7500 and 8500. Gates will open at 12pm with a weigh-in at 1pm. Pulls will begin at 2pm. Admission for spectators is $10 per person, Senior Adults and youth, ages 11-17, are just $5.00. Youth, ages 10 and younger, are free. The charge to pull is $20.00. The top 3 places will pay; this is a 100% payback event plus a $1,000 purse per class.

Alcohol will not be permitted to be brought in to the event, no camping is allowed and there will be no parking on the track. For more information on this series or to obtain the rules and regulations for pullers, please call Dylan Stormont at 937-768-2449 or Patrick Wade at 937-768-2688

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