Big News for Fan Appreciation Night at Penn Can Speedway

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Some time it’s hard to think of ways to say thank you. Penn Can Speedway promoter, Doug Borger, will have over 10,000 ways. Fan Appreciation night is this Friday June 30th and big ideas are on the horizon. You must save your paid grandstand admission ticket to be eligible for the raffles.

Pocono Speedway knows it is all about the fans and has stepped up to the plate. The first 200 paid grandstand admissions at Penn Can Speedway will receive a FREE grandstand admission ticket to the July 29th Nascar Camping World Truck Series race. In addition, they have graciously donated 6 pairs of tickets with pit passes to the Monster Energy Nascar cup Series on July 30th. The official pace car will be on hand. What better way than to spend a Sunday at the “Tricky Triangle” than up close with the drivers and their crews.

Spending the weekend away can recharge your batteries. Several options will be raffled off. Colonial Brick Inn has a 1 night stay for 2 people. Montrose Campground has a free weekend of camping. Hadnagys Mt. Hideaway will have a 2-night stay for 4 people. You could win a 3 day,2-night stay for 2 people at Pocono Manor Resort and Spa worth $300.

If you’re looking for an adventurous weekend, there will be options also. ERM Event Park donated 5 $50.00 gift cards which will be raffled off individually. World War 3 paintball has 2 identical giveaways. A group of 8 will get 2 free plays. Chucksters Fun Park sent a free round of mini golf for 4 people.

You will need something to wear on your adventures. Steve Wilkos and his producers sent in a set of signed pictures and t-shirts. 2 lucky people will bring them home on Friday.




You can sit by the fire and enjoy your $20.00 Dunkin Donut gift card donated by Chip and Donna Deihl. Heck, you could even win more with the $20.00 worth of lottery tickets donated by Hunter Deihl. Don’t worry, if cooking is your thing, an anonymous donor gave a 13 piece Cuisinart pot and pan set worth $200.

During intermission, the race cars will be parked on the front stretch for fan appreciation night. You never know what the drivers and their teams will come up with.

Doug Borger talked of the night and what it means to the fans. “There is nothing better than watching kids with the drivers. You might even see an adult getting overwhelmed. This is the night for us to say thank you for the support every Friday. I know the drivers look forward to seeing the fans and giving them some insight on a race night. Donna Deihl did a great job putting the giveaways together. We will be raffling off over $10,000 worth of merchandise. I would say that is a great night for the fans at Penn can Speedway.”