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More properties join Bristol fan-friendly lodging program

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Six additional properties have joined the Bristol Motor Speedway’s Fan-Friendly Lodging Program, giving BMS guests more options when choosing where to stay for the Food City 500 weekend next month.

A lodge in Linville Falls, N.C., two hotels in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and two in Bristol, Tenn., have been added to the list, offering reduced rates and special discounts for race fans.

“We said last month when we announced the initial group of participants for 2013 that we expected more properties to join the program before race week and this is evidence of that,” said BMS General Manager Jerry Caldwell. “We now have about two dozen properties participating, offering more than 40 different pricing options. We would like to add a few more not only for March but August as well.”

Now in its third year, the Fan-Friendly Lodging Program identifies properties with reduced rates and nightly minimums to help ease the cost of attending events at Bristol Motor Speedway. It is just one of the more than half-dozen such programs established at BMS in the last three years aimed at adding value to the pilgrimage made by guests to the East Tennessee mountains.

Program participants range from chain and privately-owned hotels, cabins, lodges and even an historic Inn which has hosted three former U.S. Presidents. They range in distance from 20 miles to 100 in all different directions in three states to accommodate guests.

A full list Fan-Friendly Lodging partners may be found at:http://www.bristolmotorspeedway.com/news_media/news_releases/2013-fan-friendly-lodging.html

For guests looking for more than a place to stay, there are several ticket options.

March race weekend ticket packages, which include the Food City 500 and Jeff Foxworthy’s Grit Chips 300 Nationwide Series race and the K&N East Series 125 event, remain available, starting at $99. A package in the Wallace Tower for both Sprint Cup races also is available for $99, while packages for fans 15 and younger are available for the March races at half price. Lower-row seating for the Food City 500 is available with tickets starting at $65 for adults and $32 for children 15 and under.

Guests are encouraged to purchase in advance while the price is $5 less per grandstand ticket than the race-day cost for the same seat. Purchasing tickets to the Food City 500 enters the guest in the Bruton’s Big Bristol Giveaway in which 10 lucky fans win a new Ford Mustang.

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