THOROLD, ONT – Join the Loop. Paint Smart. Join the Kid’s Club. Play Smart.
Loop Recycled Paint will host the Official Registration Night for Merrittville Speedway’s 2017 Kid’s Club Saturday May 6th ahead of a Bobcat of Hamilton Weekly Racing Series Event that features the first Home Track Event for the Hoosier Stocks as part of the annual Duel on the Dirt Series.
“It at began with the Seaway Mall Race Car Show and on the first few nights of the season,” informs Merrittville owner Don Spiece, “some parents have already registered their children but this Saturday Night is the official night to sign up.”
Prior to race time throughout the season, the Kid’s Club Area behind the Main Grandstand has activities scheduled for members. A full schedule of the year’s events can be viewed at http://www.merrittvillespeedway.com/kids-club-sched.html
“It’s shaping up to be an awesome year for our young race fans,” added new Kid’s Club Director Mackenzie Panunte, “while we are looking forward to traditional pre-race arts & crafts and games and of course traditional events such as the Box Car Races!”
The Membership rate for children 12 years of age and younger is $20.00.
The Duel on the Dirt Series is a showcase of Southern Ontario full fendered racing with Merrittville Speedway’s Hoosier Stocks set to take on the Thunder Stocks from the Ohsweken Speedway, the Street Stocks from the Humberstone Speedway and the Pro Stocks from the Brighton Speedway.
The second of the two Home Track Events is set for Saturday August 12th’s Niagara Employment Help Centre Night that fittingly also hosts the Kid’s Box Car Races.
Merrittville Speedway will host it’s Combined 50 lap $1,000 to Win Duel on the Dirt Series Event on Cotton Inc. Night Saturday September 9th that will close the 66th Season.
Ohsweken, Brighton and Humberstone Speedways will also host two Home Track Events and a Combined Event during their seasons.
Brighton’’s Justin Ramsay won the overall Duel on the Dirt Series Title in addition to the Championship at Brighton.
Loop is smart paint.
As the only household-to-retail program in Ontario, Loop Recycled Paint’s mission is to divert as much paint from landfill and incineration as possible. Loop does that by delivering a high-quality recycled paint that offers homeowners all the features they normally expect – smooth easy coverage, gorgeous colours, and high durability AND at a lower price then high end paints.
Right now, in garages attics and basements there are millions of gallons of unused paint. Every year Ontarians generate enough leftovers to paint the interior and exterior of 9,000 two storey homes.
Loop collects the paintthrough partners such as Stewardship Ontario, then sort the paint by type, colour and quantity. From there, Loop creates consistent colours and test the paint for quality according to industry standards.
Loop is the recycled paint brand of Photech Environmental Solutions located in St. Catharines – privately owned industrial and residential waste management and environmental service company.
For Great Paint … Low Price and Performance you expect – look for Loop Recycled Paint from coast to coast in Canada in Wal-Mart Stores and in select locations in the United States.
You can also find out more about Loop Paint at looppaint.com or visit their location at 940 Chippawa Creek Road in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
If you would like to recycle your used paint – check your local listing or Google ‘Household Waste YOUR CITY’ or send an e mail to email@example.com and they would be happy to you the right place for drop off.
The Kids Club Registration Night at Merrittville Speedway begins when the Great Clips Grandstand Ticket Office opens for Loop Recycled Paint Night at 5:30. Showtime is 7PM.
All 5 Bobcat of HamiultonWeekly Racing Series divisions will see action May 6th in addition to the Hoosier Stocks – the Pinty’s Delicious Foods 358Modifieds, S&W Service Centre Sportsman, Wood Motor Company Modified Lites and the Central Fabricating and Welding 4 Cylinders.
For further information on Merrittville Speedway’s 2017 Season visit http://www.merrittvillespeedway.com or call the Winter Office at 905-984-608 or via e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Race fans and Race teams alike can follow Merrittville on Face Book (Facebook.com/Merrittville Speedway) and Twitter (Twitter.com/Merrittville
MERRITTVILLE SPEEDWAY SPONSORS The 2017 66th Anniversary Bobcat of Hamilton Weekly Racing Series for Merrittville Speedway’s 5 Divisions was brought to race fans and racers by division sponsors – Pinty’s Delicious Foods, S&W Service Centre, Hoosier Tire Canada, Wood Motor Company and Central Fabricating in addition to many marketing partners Visit them at http://www.merrittvillespeedway.com/sponsors.htmand visit them when you require their products and/or services.
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