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Bandits cancel Myrtle Beach event following Hurricane Florence

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New season finale scheduled for Oct. 13th at Elko Speedway

Blooming Prairie MN, Sept. 20, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Hurricane Florence and its devastating effect on Virginia and the Carolinas has forced the MinimizerBandit Big Rig Series to cancel its scheduled event at Myrtle Beach Speedway on Sept. 29th.

“We’re really disappointed, because we wanted to show the fans in Myrtle Beach a great time,” Bandit General Manager Jason Johnson said.  “But with Florence’s damage to the area, it doesn’t make sense to run a race when so many people are suffering.”

 

The new season finale is set for Elko Speedway on Oct. 13th.

 

“Elko has been very accommodating.  This is a last-minute change - to our season finale, no less - and we’re excited to run it at a great track like Elko,” Johnson said.

 

Organizers say the 2018 Bandit Series Awards Party will take place after the race at Elko’s Champions Club.

 

“It’s going to be a lot of fun,” Johnson said.  “Fans that purchase tickets will get in to both the race and the awards ceremony, so two great events for the price of one.”

 

In addition, the Minimizer Fan Series Truck Show takes place the morning of the event.

 

“We had 30 trucks the last time at Elko and would like to see some more,” Johnson said.  “Suites are also available for any fans that want a VIP experience.”

 

Ricky Rude sits atop the Bandit season standings, as he goes for his second straight points title.

 

“Lots of guys are in the running.  I can’t wait to see who takes home the title,” Johnson said.

 

Tickets for the season finale at Elko Speedway are available online.

 

About Bandit Big Rig Series

 

The Bandit Big Rig Series returns big rig tractor truck racing to the short track in the United States. The series was designed to be affordable and accessible for anyone wishing to put together a race team.

 

For additional information, please contact Jason Johnson at (507) 676-1987, or email jason@banditseries.com.

 

About Minimizer

 

Leveraging more than 30 years of manufacturing expertise at its state-of-the-art facility in Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, Minimizer is not only the leader in poly semi truck fenders - we invented the category. Minimizer poly fenders and integrated bracket kits are nearly indestructible and are guaranteed for life.

Our research and development team constantly “tests and tortures” each of our products to make sure what goes on, in or is used to fix the truck meets the rigors of our tough industry.

We also manufacture industry-leading light kits, mud flaps, tool boxes, work benches and other accessories. Our most recent innovations include the world’s ONLY custom molded floor mats for semi trucks, as well as the revolutionary “whole body health” Minimizer Truck Seat System.

Minimizer manufactures its products in the USA and makes everything tough enough to please tough people in a tough industry.

Jason Johnson
Bandit Big rig Series
(507) 676-1987
jason@banditseries.com

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