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WWTR racer Brad Kaemmerer is a Contingency Connection Sweepstakes winner

Congratulations to WWTR Sportsman class racer Brad Kaemmerer of Swansea, Illinois. Brad won first prize ($250) in the Cloyes product award sweepstakes from Contingency Connection.

The purpose of Contingency Connection is to increase awards for racers and build loyalty for tracks or series.

 

CONTINGENCY CONNECTION 2020 RACER REWARDS SWEEPSTAKES WINNERS

$500 CASH: Jim Canning (Volunteer Speedway).

Lincoln Welder: Gunner Johnson (Richmond Raceway, KY).

SCAT Crankshafts $200 product award: Jim Milota (Greer Dragway).

CLEVITE $1000 product awards sweepstakes (1st $500, 2nd $300, 3rd $200)

  1. Josh Trinkle (Lonesome Pine Speedway).
  2. Brad “Bucky” Smith (Kingsport Speedway).
  3. Christopher Cox (Silver Dollar Motorsports Park).

CLOYES $500 product awards sweepstakes (1st $250, 2nd $150, 3rd $100)

  1. Brad Kaemmerer (World Wide Technology Raceway).
  2. AJ Watkins (35 Raceway Park).
  3. Kevin Crowder (Macon Speedway).

E-Z UP Shelters discount coupon and sponsor swag: Matthew Deatrick (OSCA)

Racer Rewards Bonus Sweepstakes: Keegan Swanson (Sturgis Dragway)

Qualifying for sweepstakes: Weekly Racer Rewards contingency certificate winners were automatically enrolled when they emailed our office to claim their contingency awards presented at each track. Additionally, non-race winners and non-contingency winners were eligible to enter by emailing registration to racerrewards@contingencyconnection.com.

“Our loyal racers enjoyed the many great prizes,” said WWTR Executive Vice President and General Manager Chris Blair. “Ronnie Ball has done a tremendous job is securing great bonus sponsors. His special event programs are unique and the overall addition to our existing E.T. bracket series cash payouts, year-end point funds and special events truly benefit the working-class racer.”

 

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