Fans Can Attend NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards Ceremony For the first time in NASCAR history, fans have the opportunity to join drivers, team owners and industry leaders as they celebrate the NASCAR Sprint Cup champion.
This year’s awards ceremony is scheduled for Dec. 4 at Wynn Las Vegas.
Approximately 300 tickets will be available to the top 12 teams and drivers, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series track operators and NASCAR partners to use for fan promotions.
Fans will account for 25 percent of the audience.
“Making tickets available provides the teams, tracks and partners a truly unique opportunity to reach out to the fans like never before,” said NASCAR CMO Steve Phelps. “We’re looking forward to seeing creative promotions for the limited number of tickets. We’ve worked very hard over the past four months to iron out details for the awards ceremony and the fan element was a top priority.”
Last April, NASCAR decided to move the awards ceremony to Las Vegas holding the year-end event in New York City for the past 27 years.
After considering several options for the 2009 event, NASCAR formed a partnership with Las Vegas Events, with Las Vegas becoming the “Official Host City of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week.”
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