(Luxemburg, WI) December 28 – Close to two dozen vendors have already signed up to take part in the third annual Luxemburg Racing Show Saturday, January 27 at the Exposition Building located at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg.
In addition more than two dozen tables have been rented out to drivers and car owners looking to sell and swap new and used racing parts.
“Spots continue to fill up fast, so if anyone in the racing community is still interested in signing up they should probably do so while we’ve still got a few spots remaining,” urged show organizer Derek Moede.
Vendors already on board include Van Drisse Racing Parts, Vlies Custom Bodies, Luxemburg Speedway, Racers Ed, 141 Speedway, Upper Peninsula International Raceway (UPIR), Plymouth Dirt Track, Mack Miller Amsoil dealer, Badger Race Wraps, Ultimate Chassis, Scentcy by Kristine Reckelberg, Performance Motorsports, Maverick Motorsports, Cowbell Street Stock Tour, Outagamie Speedway, IMCA, Premier Fabricating, The Hill Raceway, VP Race Fuels, Del Mueller Diecast Dirt Cars, Discount Shop Towels and BIG-G Carbs.
A Big- G Carbs representative will be have a flow bench for anyone that wants to bring their carburetor to check cfm flows. Big-G Carbs will also have different air filters and several 4412 Holley 2 barrel carburetors for sale as well.
Jeff Pederson of Pedal Down Promotions and local motorsports author and Wisconsin International Raceway public relations director Joe Verdegan will head up a driver sponsorship seminar.
Pedal Down Promotions handles the public relations for Plymouth Dirt Track Racing in Plymouth, Wisconsin and also heads up the P.R. and marketing effort for MSA 360 sprint car driver Paul Pokorski of West Bend.
The pair will offer drivers materials and a presentation of some “do’s and don’ts” when it comes to securing marketing partners for their race teams. The sponsorship seminar will commence at noon in the classroom located within the Expo building and is free of charge with your admission ticket.
Now in its third year, the show allows racers to buy/sell or trade new or used race parts, equipment and supplies. The heated expo building, located on the east end of the fairgrounds, provides ample space for tables, booths and exhibits.
In 2017, nearly 500 people made their way through the doors. The show hours run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Parking is free with food and beverages prepared and sold by the FFA Algoma Alumni.
Adult admission is $3 (including vendors). Kids 12 and under are admitted free. Vendor tables are $20 and can be obtained by calling Derek Moede at (920) 639 4455. You can become a member of the group “Luxemburg Racing Show” through Facebook as well.
All up-to-date information regarding the show, including new vendors who sign up, will be released through this Facebook page.