JAMES RIVER, NS (June 4, 2015) – Management at Riverside International Speedway are pleased to announce that, for the fourth straight year, they are working together with MADD and the regional RCMP on June 13 at the Ron MacGillivray Chev Buick 150 to help educate students on how to enjoy and safe and happy graduation.
“We are so pleased to be involved in this initiative,” said Paul McLean, general manager for Riverside International Speedway. “Growing up healthy and happy is all about making good choices, we’re hoping that by hosting this event and making learning fun we have a positive influence on the lives of teenagers, especially as those who are seniors are preparing for graduation – a landmark event with memories that last a lifetime.”
Free admission tickets for the Ron MacGillivray 150 will be distributed over the next week to all schools in the Antigonish and Port Hawksbury areas, compliments of local radio stations 98.9 xFM and 101.5 The Hawk, respectively. The tickets can be used by any student between 4 and 18 years old.
While on-site students and their parents will have the chance to visit with representatives from MADD as well as specialists in crime prevention.
The Ron MacGillivray 150 is the season opener for the 2015 season at Riverside and will feature the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour along with the Napa Sportsman Series in the Highland Building Centres 50. Pro stock time trials will start at 5:10 and racing starts at 6 p.m. Advance tickets are now available at www.riversidespeedway.ca or by calling 902.863.2410.