Thursday, June 14, 2012
Instant Heat Wood Pellets, Spiegel Recycling Present Annual Jim Williams Memorial Trophy Races, Fireworks Extravaganza at Woodhull
by Kenny Shupp
WOODHULL, N.Y. -- Instant Heat Wood Pellets has used the Woodhull Raceway extensively since 2008 to promote the upstart company which is located on Rt. 417 west of Addison, NY. Instant Heat Wood Pellets is a cost efficient alternative form of heat that is basically “catching on fire” around the world and the Addison based company is on the leading edge of technology. Instant Heat along with Spiegel Recycling of Elmira will co-sponsor the Annual Jim Williams Memorial Trophy Races and Fireworks Extravaganza at the Woodhull Raceway on Saturday, June 30, 2012. For Gary Dunning and his staff of Spiegel Recycling it will be their third consecutive year of sponsorship at Woodhull and historically the Jim Williams Memorial is the biggest night of the year.
“We are thrilled to have Spiegel Recycling and Instant Heat Wood Pellets with us to present the Annual Jim Williams Memorial and Fireworks Show, stated current Woodhull Raceway owner, Ted White. It is because of former track owners and current Instant Heat Wood Pellets managers, Scott and Amy Drake that this event is so huge in the first place. When they owned Woodhull from 1998 to 2005 they made the fireworks program a must see for everyone in the region. It is rewarding to have them still involved with us here at the track as managers of Instant Heat Wood Pellets. Equally so, Gary Dunning is also heavily involved at the track in a multitude of ways with Spiegel Recycling sponsorship helping out a number of race cars including the 370 Modifieds of Mike Bills, Billy VanPelt and Kevin Chilson.
Representatives of both companies along with many of their employees and collogues will enjoy the night of action from the sponsor VIP lounge area high atop the Woodhull Raceway’s mammoth grandstand seating area.
Gates for the June 30 event open at 4:30 with racing at 6:30 pm. A mouth watering chicken bar-b-q provided by the Woodhull Volunteer Fire Department will start when the gates open at 4:30.
Racing will be a Regular Big 6 Show featuring all of Woodhull’s weekly classes of competition.
After dark Woodhull will light up the night with what is arguably the largest non-stop fireworks extravaganza in the region.
Adult General Admission ticket pricing is set at $12. Seniors and kids 8 to 12 are half price.
For more information simply go to www.woodhullraceway.com.