A Phoenix Spring Stimulus
Reserve a hotel room and Sprint Cup ticket for under $100
Race fans visiting the Phoenix area to watch the stars of NASCAR return to the Valley of the Sun for April 18’s SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™ - or locals looking for an engine-revving weekend getaway - can book a hotel room now through the Greater Phoenix Convention & Visitors Bureau’s “Spring Stimulus” package starting at just $69 a night. Combine that with a $25 ticket for a reserved seat to NASCAR’s first official night race of the Sprint Cup season and PIR patrons will be hard-pressed to find a better deal. Fans may choose from a list of nearly 50 hotel specials offered by the Greater Phoenix CVB through April 30 as part of their Spring Stimulus package. Starting at just $69 per night, and with hotel offerings ranging from luxury resorts to more basic service options, there are accommodations to fit any fan’s tastes and budget. Local hotel and restaurant specials offered by the Greater Phoenix CVB can be found online at www.VisitPhoenix.com/SpringStimulus. “Race fans visiting the Valley can find a number of reasonably-priced hotel rooms through our friends at the Greater Phoenix CVB,” said Phoenix International Raceway president Bryan R. Sperber. “Phoenix is a destination market and a huge sports town with many options. With that in mind, we’ve always worked hard to offer fans value and entertainment to go along with their racing experience at PIR.” Tickets for the April 18 SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500™ and all other events throughout the NASCAR event weekend at Phoenix International Raceway are still available at www.phoenixraceway.com or by calling 1-866-408-RACE (7223). Be a part of it all at PIR!
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