Charlotte Motor Speedway Thrills Fans with #CountdownTo600 Initiative 60 Days Before the 60th Running of the Coca-Cola 600

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With only 60 days remaining before the 60th running of the May 26 Coca-Cola 600Charlotte Motor Speedway revved up for its historic event with the #CountdownTo600, turning the speedway’s social media channels into a collection of entertaining content, exciting merchandise giveaways and exclusive news on Wednesday.

The #CountdownTo600 began at 8 a.m. and featured content from the speedway’s Coca-Cola 600-branded Toyota Camry pace car touring sites including the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Bank of America Stadium, Spectrum Center and Joe Gibbs Racing. A comprehensive look at the #CountdownTo600 initiative included:

  • A special “2 for $60” ticket offer for the Coca-Cola 600
  • An exclusive video featuring Charlotte Motor Speedway Executive Vice President and General Manager Greg Walter presenting long-time fan and Concord, North Carolina, native Rick Peterson with his race tickets and offering Peterson a chance to participate in the pre-race drivers meeting prior to the Coca-Cola 600
  • Fan giveaways on Twitter including two hats autographed by NASCAR star Ryan Blaney, a copy of the NASCAR Heat 3 video game, a commemorative 60th Coca-Cola 600 coffee mug and a Coca-Cola 600 hat autographed by 2016 race winner Martin Truex Jr.
  • The first in a series of Memorable Moments presented by Coca Cola, featuring a look back at Joe Lee Johnson’s historic win in the first Coca-Cola 600 in 1960
  • Revealing world-class Chef Robert Irvine, NASCAR Vice-Chairman Mike Helton and platinum-selling country music superstar Justin Moore as headliners for the 39th annual Speedway Children’s Charities Gala presented by Sonic Automotive on May 22 at The Ritz-Carlton in Uptown Charlotte
  • Information on Coca-Cola’s special vintage vending machine sweepstakes prior to the Coca-Cola 600
  • Thank-you videos to Coca-Cola from the Coca-Cola Racing Family for sponsoring the Coca-Cola 600 for 35 years

Fans can check out everything related to Charlotte Motor Speedway’s #CountdownTo600 initiative by using the #CountdownTo600 hashtag, following on Twitter and Instagram and becoming a Facebook fan.

TICKETS:
Weekend passes to the Coca-Cola 600 start at just $79 for adults. Kids 13 and under get in for just $10 with a paying adult. For tickets to all of Charlotte Motor Speedway’s events, visit www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/tickets.

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