Final night of AutoTrader.com Speedway in Lights Features Fireworks Jan. 3
The 12th edition of Autotrader.com Speedway in Lights at Bristol Motor Speedway closes Saturday, Jan. 3 and the final night of the holiday light show goes out with a bang.
At 10 p.m., a fireworks show will light up the sky, giving spectators twice the reason to come to the finale of one of the country's largest light shows.
Fans still may register for the Grand Home Furnishings giveaway through New Year's Eve. One lucky visitor to Speedway In Lights will win a gift certificate worth $2,009, that can go towards any item or items in Grand Home Furnishing stores in Bristol, Johnson City or Kingsport.
The winner's name will be drawn Jan. 1. There is no limit to the number of times entrants may register. Anyone interested in registering for the Grand Home giveaway can do so in Subway Christmas Village at the souvenir trailer or at any of the Tri-Cities area Grand Home Furnishing locations.
Tickets for Speedway In Lights, open nightly 6-10 p.m., are available at the BMS gate. Ticket prices for cars are $10 Sunday through Thursday, and $12 Friday and Saturday. Activity van tickets are $15 each night and bus tickets are $65 each night.
Proceeds from Autotrader.com Speedway In Lights benefit non-profit children's agencies in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia and to date has raised in excess of $4.5 million.
For more information concerning Autotrader.com Speedway In Lights Powered by TVA, please call 423-989-6900.
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