At Speedway Motorsports, Inc., (NYSE:TRK) going green doesn’t just mean the drop of the flag, it is a companywide commitment to reducing material use, recycling materials, tires and oil, improving air and water quality and decreasing energy and water consumption. In fact, SMI’s Green Globe program, launched in 2011, is delivering a dramatic improvement in the company’s environmental track-print.
When Melanie and Ed Taylor visited Speedway Christmas on Christmas Eve last year, they had no idea of the impact it would have on their lives or how big a role they would play in this year's Christmas extravaganza.
When Mike Stanford first began installing Christmas lights outside of his south Charlotte home, he never imagined the day his homemade creations would become part of Speedway Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
One of Santa’s helpers is bringing some special gluten-free treats, including delicious gluten-free corn dogs and funnel cakes, to Speedway Christmas. Big John’s BBQ and Catering has two locations, one at the Coca-Cola Ice Rink and one in the Christmas Village at Speedway Christmas, which offer gluten-free menus.
With the Christmas season in full swing, visitors are flocking to Charlotte Motor Speedway each night to get in the spirit by taking part in Speedway Christmas.
NASCAR Hall of Famer Darrell Waltrip and his brother, NASCAR team owner Michael Waltrip, helped kick off the third annual Speedway Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
This Friday, race fans from around the country will visit Charlotte Motor Speedway for the unique opportunity to drive their personal vehicles on the high banks of the legendary 1.5-mile superspeedway for the 20th annual Souvenir and Race Ticket Blow-Out, the biggest day-after-Thanksgiving shopping event in racing.
Visitors flocked to the Coca-Cola Family Ice Rink, presented by New Life 91.9FM as the 5,100-square-foot outdoor rink opened its doors on Friday.
Charlotte Motor Speedway will kick off its busiest Thanksgiving week ever on Monday with the grand opening of Speedway Christmas, including special appearances by NASCAR Hall of Famer and five-time Coca-Cola 600 champion Darrell Waltrip and his brother, 1996 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race winner and NASCAR team owner Michael Waltrip.
In less than one week, Charlotte Motor Speedway will open the gates to one of the nation’s largest holiday light shows, bringing new attractions and more lights as Speedway Christmas returns for its third year.
Crews who have been working for nearly two weeks to transform Charlotte Motor Speedway into the ultimate holiday wonderland will see their efforts pay off in just one week with the opening of Speedway Christmas, which kicks off the busiest Thanksgiving week ever at the speedway.
Beginning Nov. 19, Charlotte Motor Speedway will welcome holiday revelers of all ages to Speedway Christmas, a spectacular wonderland featuring a drive-through holiday light park, Christmas village and outdoor ice rink, all at the legendary superspeedway.
Sharpen your skates! The newest addition to Speedway Christmas is sure to bring plenty of thrills, chills and spills as visitors glide around the Coca-Cola Family Ice Rink at zMAX Dragway.
Speedway Christmas is returning to Charlotte Motor Speedway and the spectacular holiday light show will be even bigger and better in its third year, with a new route, more than three million lights and the unique chance for visitors to drive the track.
On Nov. 22 the U.S. Forest Service with help from their nonprofit partner, Choose Outdoors will be bringing the US Capitol Christmas Tree (www.CapitolChristmasTree2012.com) to Concord and invites all people young and old to come celebrate this annual holiday tradition.
With Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway in full swing, visitors are enjoying the many attractions the event has to offer.
Due to the overwhelming response to the first drive-in movie night, Carolina Christmas visitors can now enjoy several additional movie nights in December when Charlotte Motor Speedway broadcasts “Elf” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” on the world’s largest HDTV.
This Friday night Carolina Christmas visitors will be treated to an old fashioned drive-in movie with a modern twist when Charlotte Motor Speedway broadcasts the holiday blockbuster “Polar Express” on the world’s largest HDTV.
Move over race cars: camels, buffaloes and antelopes have invaded the legendary Charlotte Motor Speedway infield.
Charlotte Motor Speedway and Speedway Children’s Charities (SCC) are giving everyone a chance to give back to those in need this holiday season simply by visiting Carolina Christmas, the region’s largest holiday light show and Christmas Village, on special SCC Foundation Nights.
Here are just a few of the attractions, displays and unique offerings that await Carolina Christmas visitors.
Many fan favorites are returning and here is a look at what’s new for Carolina Christmas in 2011.
Visitors to an exclusive preview of Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway yesterday were treated to a first look at the festive holiday light park, which has been expanded to be even bigger and better in its second year with triple the lights and an extended route.
Struggling to find that perfect holiday present? Look no further than the incredible gift ideas from Charlotte Motor Speedway, which is offering a number of holiday gift-giving solutions for even the most difficult-to-buy-for family members and friends.
In less than two weeks, Charlotte Motor Speedway will welcome holiday revelers of all ages to Carolina Christmas, a spectacular drive-through holiday light park and village located at legendary superspeedway. Here are some essential facts about Carolina Christmas, by the numbers.
Carolina Christmas is returning to Charlotte Motor Speedway and the spectacular holiday light show will be even bigger and better in its second year, with an expanded route of nearly five miles, more than 3 million lights and double the drive-the-track experience.
Make a holiday memory that your grandchildren will carry with them for a lifetime: Plan to bring them to Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the region's largest LED light show.
A quiet walk through Bethlehem Village at Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway is a unique experience, made special with the "living Biblical history" enacted each night.
Carolina Christmas offers a special treat for race fans as they get the rare chance to drive their own cars on the same famous oval where NASCAR legends showcase their talent.
Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the region's largest LED Christmas light show, has become a new family tradition for many.
Carolina Christmas at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the region's largest LED Christmas light show, has become a new holiday vacation destination for many.
Carolina Christmas has something to put a smile on every face.