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Friday, January 25, 2013

Auto Club Speedway First Responder Appreciation Night

Auto Club Speedway First Responder Appreciation Night

The Auto Club Speedway in Fontana has partnered again with the California Fire Foundation this year to honor firefighters and the work they do for our communities.  This March, the Auto Club Speedway will recognize all first responders with a special event at the NASCAR Auto Club 400.  
Get your tickets today and join fellow firefighters and first responders at the Auto Club 400 on Sunday March 24th in Fontana, CA. Proceeds will benefit the California Fire Foundation, as well as the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and the California Peace Officers Memorial Foundation. 
You are eligible for a special $99 ticket. The special ticket includes:
  • Reserved Grandstand Tickets (Rows 15-23)
  • Pre-Race Pit Pass
  • Food, Soda, Water, Beer
  • $44 Donation to above named charities
  • Admission to the Fire House Pavilion
  • Special Event Gift                             
Tickets are on sale now.  Click here to buy yours!  Please help spread the word to fellow firefighters about the event by sharing and connecting with us on Facebook and Twitter.
PLEASE NOTE:  Make sure you enter the PROMO CODE: CFF after you enter your billing information and confirm your transaction. PLEASE NOTE: Do not enter this code as a Coupon Code.  This is not a coupon code, it is a PROMO CODE that you will enter as a final step after confirming your transaction.
Questions can be directed to Foundation Director Hedi Jalon at 916-641-1707 or; or Curt Jacey, Director of Business Development, Auto Club Speedway, at 909-429-5201 or
For more information about the California Fire Foundation, visit us at

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