The NCM Motorsports Park Acre club reopened in February, offering 17 additional acres for sponsorship. These acres became available after land was purchased to construct a berm. Sponsors of these acres will have a place on the permanent donor wall at Holley Control Tower, which officially opened with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, July 13.
Eager to take advantage of this sponsorship opportunity were Carter and Becky Sorenson. “We have visited the museum a few times, and we have had the opportunity to go to the track twice so far, once with our 2014 Stingray and once with our Z06,” said Carter. This past March, the Sorensons toured the plant and observed their Z06 as it was being built at the General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant.
When asked why they decided to join the Acre Club, Carter replied, “We will probably be doing quite a bit of track time with our Z06 at the Motorsports Park.” The couple is planning on making a trip to Bowling Green at the end of July, and again in August to take their Z06 for a spin on the NCM track. “We consider it to be our home track, so we figured that sponsoring an acre was something that we should do.”
Less than 10 acres remain and are available to be sponsored for a $15,000 tax deductible donation, payable by 12/31/2016. Donors of the Acre Club will be listed on the permanent donor wall, receive an honorary framed deed for their acre, be listed on the Motorsports Park website, and will be given the opportunity to purchase exclusive Acre Club Merchandise. Acres may be secured on a first come first serve basis by contacting Connie Russell at 270-467-8815 or email@example.com.