Sumner County Police To Race At Highland Rim Saturday
GREENBRIER TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Robertson County had a go at it, now its Sumner County’s Turn. Come support your local law enforcement in another the “Po-Po Police Chief Pursuit Race.”
WHEN: Saturday Sept. 24, 2016. Gates open at 3PM – Racing at 6PM.
This will be a night to remember as members of our local Sumner County Law Enforcement go head to head in specially prepared race cars set up just for them. It’s a winner take all, head to head, take no prisoners (no pun intended) race that you won’t want to miss!
This race will be 15 Laps with an inversion for the final 3 laps. The final 3 laps will be the craziest as the men and women in blue fight it out for a big beautiful four foot tall trophy and the right to do a victory dance around the field!
WHERE: 6801 Kelly Willis Rd, Greenbrier, TN
- Sumner Co. Chief Deputy Aaron Pickard
- Gallatin PD. Asst. Chief Bill Sorrells
- Hendersonville PD Lieutenant Scott Ryan
- Goodlestville PD Sergeant Tim Preston
- Portland PD PTL Chris Aurthur
- Millersville PD FTO Seth Lata
Regular Events Grandstand Admission:
Adult $12.00/$15 on Pro-8 Late Model Races
62+ Senior $10.00
Military ID $10.00
13-17 Students $10.00
6-12 Youth $5.00
Children ages 5 and under are always free a with paid adult.
Kids Zone too! – Learn all about the Kids Zone – Click Here
FINAL CHALLENGE (ROBERTSON vs SUMNER)
It’s not over yet, after the top winners from this race make their way to the winners circle, they will go head to head against the top winners from Robertson County.
The Robertson/Sumner Law Enforcement race extravaganza will take place in the weeks ahead and will prove once and for all who is the top dog. See the full Robertson County Race below.
Come on out and enjoy the family fun that will be a big boost for a great cause!
The race donations benefit Ashley’s Place:
Ashley’s Place is a non-profit organization providing services to children and families when there are allegations of sexual abuse, severe physical abuse and/or witness to violence. The Center has a unique partnership with the District Attorney’s Office, The Department of Children’s Services, Sumner County Law Enforcement jurisdictions and Juvenile Court. This Multidisciplinary team works together for the detection, investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse.
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