Winners announced for EIR raceway tickets

Pipestone Flyer, Edmonton International Raceway partner on contest

Winners have been announced for The Pipestone Flyer’s and Edmonton International Raceway’s free ticket giveaway.

Pipestone Flyer staff made the draw June 4. Winners are Nicole van der Dussen, Ashley Berndt and Garry Smith. Winners can drop by the Pipestone Flyer during regular business hours to pick up their tickets and have their photo taken; call ahead to 780-387-5797.

Tickets are for any regular EIR Saturday night race event, and exclude any special NASCAR weekend. Check EIR’s schedule online at www.edmontonraceway.com for more information.

Congratulations to our winners and look for more giveaways soon.

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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