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Bondurant Superkart School Rewards Karters

Bob Bondurant Racing School puts $17,490
in training on the line at Rock Island Grand Prix

ROCK ISLAND, ILL. — The Rock Island Grand Prix, presented by AT&T and Casey’s General Stores, and the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving and The Bondurant SuperKart School, have announced an exciting program for drivers participating in the this year’s races at Rock Island.
 
Each winner of the 15 modern (not Vintage) classes at this year’s Rock Island Grand Prix will win a $500 discount certificate to training classes at the Bob Bondurant School in Phoenix, Arizona.
 
In addition, two lucky drivers will win a complete 4-day Grand Prix Road Racing Course valued at $4,995 each. All drivers age 15 and older will be eligible. To be considered for the 4-day courses, drivers must sign up at registration. The names of the two winning drivers will be randomly selected at Saturday morning’s Drivers Meeting. Total value of all of the training certificates is $17,490.

Winning drivers will be responsible for their own transportation to Phoenix, ground transportation, hotel and meals. Drivers not able to make that commitment are asked not to sign up for the drawing for the 4-day courses.
 
“I am extremely excited to be involved with the Rock Island Grand Prix once again,” said Alan Rudolph, vice president and general manager of Bondurant SuperKarts. “The RIGP is the biggest and best street race of the year and I am proud to be able to offer these great prizes. Not only will the winning drivers receive $500 certificates, but also two lucky winners will receive a nearly $5,000 prize. This four-day course has you driving our brand new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray for three days, and our Formula Mazdas on the fourth day.”
 
Whether you use karting as a way to develop your driving skills, as a stepping stone to other series, or you just want to become a better kart racer, the Bondurant School’s karting programs offer maximum fun for minimum cost. All karting classes are available seven days a week all year long. For additional information and the seasonal karting schedule, call 800-652-KART (5278).

AT&T is the largest telecommunications company in the United States and one of the largest in the world. AT&T is the recognized world leader in providing IP-based communications services to business and the U.S. leader in providing wireless, high speed Internet access, local and long distance voice, and directory publishing and advertising services. As part of its “three screen” integration strategy, AT&T is expanding video entertainment offerings to include such next-generation television services as AT&T U-verse TV. With 55.8 million subscribers, AT&T provides international voice services to virtually every country and territory in the world. It is a global company that sets the industry standard for a new era of integrated communications and entertainment services. The AT&T Foundation has contributed more than $1.8 billion to nonprofit organizations around the country, putting it among the five largest corporate foundations in the United States. (www.att.com)

Casey’s General Stores, with headquarters in Ankeny, Iowa, operates 1,645 stores in 11 Midwestern states. The first store was opened in 1968 by founder Don Lamberti. The majority of the group’s stores are in communities with a population of 5,000 or less. Casey’s success has been attributed to clean stores, restrooms and the friendly employees who pride themselves on customer service. Casey’s customers know that inside each store they will find dedicated, helpful and well-trained employees, exceptional prepared food and a clean environment in which to shop.(www.caseys.com)

The Rock Island Grand Prix is hosted by the Downtown Rock Island Arts and Entertainment District which features retail shops, excellent restaurants, live entertainment, dinner theater, art galleries and comedy clubs all within walking distance of the host hotel. Jumer’s Casino & Hotel is just a short drive away. Rock Island is located on the Mississippi River three hours west of Chicago in an area known as the Quad-Cities which straddles the river and the Illinois/Iowa border. It is at the intersection of Interstate highways 74, 88 and 80 and is served by Quad City International Airport in Moline, Ill. (www.ridistrict.com)

LOCATION

Track:
20000 S. Maricopa Road, Gate #3
Chandler, AZ 85226

Mailing:
P.O. Box 51980
Phoenix, AZ 85076

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