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CONCORD, NC (November 6, 2019) – Race fans from all 50 states and nine foreign countries will flock to Concord, North Carolina this weekend for the Can-Am World Finals at The Dirt Track.
In addition to visitors from across the nation, Charlotte Motor Speedway confirmed ticket holders traveling from Australia, Canada, England, Great Britain, Germany, Denmark, Tanzania, Japan and the Netherlands. While some hotels still have availability in Cabarrus County, area accommodations are filling fast as The Dirt Track quickly paces toward an 11th sellout year for the Saturday night event.
With near sellout crowds expected on both Thursday and Friday as well, visitors are encouraged to make their reservations now and contact the Cabarrus County Visitor Center for assistance with planning their race weekend in “Where Racing Lives.”
“We look forward to welcoming all of the fans, crews, drivers and families joining us for this world-class event,” said Cabarrus County Convention & Visitors Bureau President and CEO, Donna Carpenter. “With tools like the Destination & Motorsports Guide, our team is ready to provide assistance for visitors and residents alike to enhance the already incredible experience at The Dirt Track.”
In addition to resources available at the Visitor Center and online at www.VisitCabarrus.com, the Cabarrus County CVB’s Mobile Visitor Center will be onsite throughout the weekend in The Dirt Track’s Fan Zone with games, giveaways and information to explore all that Cabarrus County has to offer.
About the Cabarrus County Convention and Visitors Bureau
As a destination marketing organization, the CCCVB is dedicated to promoting Cabarrus County as a visitor destination and enhancing the complete visitor experience. We also represent and support the interests of the local tourism industry and promote public awareness of the importance of tourism. In 2018, tourism generated $469.31 million in visitor spending, $111 million in payroll, $34.84 million in state and local taxes and 4,650 jobs. For more, visit CabCoCVB.com or find us at Facebook.com/VisitCabarrus and @VisitCabarrus on Twitter and Instagram.
Julie Hinson, TMP