The Lost Trailers Appearing at 24th Annual Race Fever
Country music’s hardest working and hottest band, THE LOST TRAILERS are helping their friends at the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) by making a special appearance at “Dega’s Ultimate Party with a Purpose” - the 24th Annual Race Fever on October 30, 2009 at the SPEED Channel Dome, International Motorsports Hall of Fame on the grounds of Talladega Superspeedway. Whether you’re just “Country Folks Livin’ Loud” or from that “Holler Back” in the woods, “How ‘bout You Don’t” want to miss the opportunity to see Ryder, Stokes, Manny, Potter and Andrew up close and personal!
From high school friends to a high-energy, 5-piece country band, THE LOST TRAILERS have blazed their way through hundreds of honky-tonks, roadhouses, night clubs and concert halls opening for Kenny Chesney, Sugarland, Dierks Bentley and Montgomery Gentry. Mediabase named THE LOST TRAILERS as “Most Played New Group of the Year in 2008” and their title track single, “Holler Back,” debuted at #5 on the Billboard Country sales charts, stayed in the Top 10 for over a month with a football version of the song personalized for nearly 60 college and professional teams. Their latest single, “Country Folks Livin’ Loud” is at country radio stations now.
Come see THE LOST TRAILERS along with your favorite drivers at Race Fever - a fast-paced event combining live on-stage driver interviews, special celebrity appearances, an over 200 item silent auction filled with incredible racing memorabilia, live auction containing once-in-a-lifetime race experiences and much more. And, did we mention the all-you-can-eat BBQ feast, great Southern hospitality and the Speed Channel Dome filled with the greatest race fans this side of the Mississippi?
Tickets are only $50 per person or $375 for a table of 8 and are available online at www.racefever.org or by calling (256) 761-3317. Sponsorships are also available! Become a fan of our page on Facebook and look for us on Twitter! Race Fever benefits AIDB, the designated charity of Talladega Superspeedway.
About Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind
Since 1858, AIDB has been a leader in education and rehabilitation services for Alabama’s sensory impaired children and adults. AIDB has five campuses in Talladega and a network of eight Regional Centers across the state with locations in: Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery-Auburn, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia.
In 2009, Talladega Superspeedway proudly celebrates forty years of the most competitive racing in NASCAR. While the track has seen changes made to the cars that circle its high-banks, the surface that they race on and the grandstands that thousands of fans fill twice a year, one constant remains; Talladega Superspeedway is authentic NASCAR racing at its finest.
AMP up for the weekend with the Zac Brown Band and Southern Ground Records artists Levi Lowrey, Nic Cowan and Sonia Leigh. The weekend features the AMP Energy 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race and the Mountain Dew 250 fueled by Fred’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race. For information on tickets, visit www.talladegasuperspeedway.com or call 1-877-Go2-DEGA. For our hearing impaired guests, please call TDD 1-866-ISC-TRAK (1-866-472-8725). Tickets also are available in person by visiting the Talladega Superspeedway Ticket Office from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. CDT, Monday- Friday.
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