ISM Raceway announced today that grandstand seats are sold out for the Bluegreen Vacations 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Semi-Final race on Sunday, November 10. This marks the second consecutive semi-final weekend sell-out at ISM Raceway since the conclusion of the modernization project.
“Sunday’s grandstand sellout is a perfect lead-in to the historic 2020 season at ISM Raceway, culminating with NASCAR’s Championship Weekend this time next year,” said ISM Raceway President Julie Giese. “The anticipation is palpable and we couldn’t be more excited about what’s in store for the city of Avondale, The Valley and the entire state of Arizona.”
Race fans who still want to attend the Bluegreen Vacations 500 can purchase an INfield Only package for the event, which include admission through the gates and access to the INfield Experience, allowing unparalleled access to Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garages, Gatorade Victory Lane, driver appearances, O’Reilly Auto Parts Pre-Race Party and exclusive food and beverage options.
INfield Only packages are $139 for adults and $65 for juniors 17 and under, and can be purchased online at ISMRaceway.com, by phone at 1-866-408-RACE (7223) or in person at the ISM Raceway ticket office. General admission Hillside tickets are still available, as well as grandstand seats and INfield access for Friday evening’s Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Semi-Final and Saturday’s doubleheader featuring the Desert Diamond Casino West Valley 200 NASCAR Xfinity Series Semi-Final and the Arizona Lottery 100 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Championship.
ISM Raceway introduces ‘know before you go’
ISM Raceway announced Arizona 811 as a promotional partner for the ISM Raceway “Know Before You Go” Quick Links webpage, providing fans with important information about race day events before heading out to the track for the Bluegreen Vacations 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Semi-Final Weekend.
Providing fans with a guide to the perfect weekend at ISM Raceway, “Know Before You Go” Quick Links, brought to you by Arizona 811 offers fans with easy access to facility maps, fan schedules, gate policies, camping information, driver appearances and more.
“Our ‘Know Before You Go’ Quick Links brought to you by Arizona 811 is a user friendly page that race fans can access before and throughout the entire Bluegreen Vacations 500 Weekend,” said ISM Raceway President Julie Giese. “There is a lot of activity throughout the entire weekend for our fans such as driver appearances, autograph signings and new displays like our 2020 NASCAR Championship Experience in the Midway, and Quick Links provides fans with all of this information in one location.”
As a promotional partner, Arizona 811 looks forward to educating the public about the need to “Know What’s Below” by calling 811 or clicking Arizona811.com at least two working days before any digging project to learn the approximate location of buried lines in the area. Doing so can help prevent injuries, property damage, damage to underground utilities, inconvenient outages and potentially costly repairs. For more information on safe digging in Arizona, please visit Arizona811.com.
“We are thrilled to partner with ISM Raceway to highlight the importance for homeowners and contractors to always call 811 or click Arizona811.com prior to starting any digging project large or small,” said Sandra Holmes, Executive Director of Arizona 811. “We’re always looking for fresh ways of promoting the importance of using the 811 process before digging and this partnership will spread our message to thousands of Arizona residents in an exciting atmosphere at ISM Raceway.”
“Having been involved in underground construction for over 20 years, and in the oil and gas industry for the past 12 years, safety is the number one priority,” said Brice Box, a Right of Way Specialist for Kinder Morgan and owner of a petroleum pipeline throughout Arizona. “By partnering with ISM Raceway, we can reach thousands of homeowners and contractors and further educate the importance of following Arizona state law. By contacting Arizona 811 and giving utility companies a chance to mark their underground facilities, everyone will ‘Know what is below’ and stay safe while they dig.” Box also serves as the Chairperson for the Arizona811 Education & Awareness Committee.