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NASCAR Xfinity: Kids get in free in 2017

Photo courtesy of Getty Images for NASCAR

Photo courtesy of Getty Images for NASCAR

By AMANDA VINCENT

Children ages 12 and under will receive free admittance to NASCAR Xfinity and Camping World Truck series races, beginning in 2017, according to an announcement from NASCAR on Monday.
“There really is no other experience like attending a NASCAR race in person, and that’s especially true for kids,” NASCAR Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Jill Gregory said. “So many children have become lifelong NASCAR fans because their parents brought them to their first race, and this new ticket offering makes it even more affordable for families to create memories that will last a lifetime.”
The number of free children’s tickets available per adult ticket purchased with vary from track to track. Current track-specific policies that include but aren’t limited to dictating grandstand sections for which the tickets will be offered will remain the same. Also, track-specific youth-targeted programs already in place are expected to continue.
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