Early entry give-away for the Rock Candy 500 | Rock Candy

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Early entry give-away for the Rock Candy 500

Posted By on Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 10:47 AM

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The next five folks who drop off their registration and fee for the Rock Candy 500 to the Ark. Times office get a free pinewood derby kit.

Here's a printable entry form.

Our office is at the corner of Scott and Markham on the second floor.

For those who haven't committed the details to memory: The first annual Rock Candy 500 pinewood derby race is slated for Thursday, April 9, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m at the River Market Pavilion.

That's two weeks from tomorrow.

It's open to all ages. Prizes will be awarded for speed, paint, design, best kid's entry (under 14) and best of show.

We're going to have a 40-foot track.

The entry fee is $8 per car, in advance, and $10 the day of the race. There's a $5 admission for spectators.

All proceeds go to benefit Boy Scout Troop 5, a troop of Easter Seals Arkansas kids.

We're going to have cheap-ish beer for sale and a DJ for atmosphere.

Go here for the rules.

Tell your friends.

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