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Friday, May 21, 2010


RevHoney Energy named title sponsor of Belleville 100


HADDAM, Kan. (May 21) – On July 4 it will have been 100 years ago that three men raced around what is now known as the Belleville High Banks. To help celebrate the centennial anniversary of auto racing at “The World’s Fastest Half-Mile Dirt Track” in Belleville, Kan., RevHoney Energy has signed on as title sponsor of the Belleville 100 to energize thousands of race fans for one stunning event.


Machine and driver will be tested in a contest never before witnessed at the Belleville High Banks or anywhere across the fruited plain with the inaugural running of the RevHoney Energy Belleville 100 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 2-4.


“We like to go to local events like this race because we get to see and meet so many people from this area,” said RevHoney CEO Nate Brown. “Our goal is to give people more than what they ask for in return, and that is exactly what our plan is for this show.”


Headquartered in nearby Haddam, Kan., RevHoney, Inc., is a privately-held honey company specializing in bringing an ancient food to the modern world with its innovative packaging and marketing. RevHoney’s message is clear: restore the health of future generations by providing a food that is both good for you and tastes good. By offering a better way to health and convenient packaging, RevHoney is able to reach consumers in a way that has never been done before.


RevHoney has two different products with the same result - good for you energy. RevHoney will be showcasing their new energy drink that hits stores this June, along with the popular U-Tubes which are already for sale at select retail locations as well as the RevHoney website at www.revhoney.com.


RevHoney Energy Drinks are the first of their kind because they are the first to be fully powered by honey. Hence, they are naturally good for you and your body – all while giving you energy with no artificial ingredients


A one-of-a-kind event at a one-of-a-kind venue is what race fans and competitors alike can look forward to next year when the nation’s top dirt modified drivers converge on the famed Belleville High Banks for the inaugural running of the RevHoney Energy Belleville 100.


A century in the making, the three-day celebration of speed and skill will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 2-4, at the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile Dirt Track” located in Belleville, Kan.


On Friday night, the Modifieds take on the Belleville High Banks with heat races, “B” mains and a 40-lap “A” main carrying a $5,000 top prize and a minimum $500 to start. The top-10 finishers will be locked into Saturday night’s thrilling finale. Saturday will feature another round of qualifying events, followed by a 15-lap Non-Qualifiers “A” main with drivers racing for $2,000 to win and $300 to start.


The thrilling conclusion will be the 60-lap championship “A” main with 30 cars starting three-wide on the big half-mile clay oval with $10,000 earmarked for the winner and a minimum of $1,000 for each of the starters. The main event will see the race red-flagged on lap 30 for a 10-minue pit stop that will take place on the front stretch in front of the grandstands.


But that’s not all ... the polesitter for Saturday’s championship “A” main will have the option of starting dead last in the field and go for a whopping $100,000 paycheck if he or she can win from the 30th starting position.


Dozens of contingency prizes will also be awarded during the event, plus a Halfway Leader Award, Hard Charger Award, Hard Luck Award and more. Attendees can also look forward to a gigantic fireworks display to round out the Independence Day celebration.


Sunday will conclude the Fourth of July Holiday with a dazzling auto thrill show and other entertainment suitable for a 100-year celebration of auto racing, including the Pig 100 — a not-so-light-hearted special event featuring real live pigs and a shot at $500 for one lucky participant.


The Sunday date is also being held in reserve as a rain date for Friday or Saturday.


Tickets can be purchased by calling 402-761-3676 or by checking out the ‘Tickets’ section at www.belleville100.com. Entry forms, rules and additional information can also be found on the Official Website of the Belleville 100.


For more information about the Belleville 100, contact Wayne Dake via email at wayne@belleville100.com or call 402-440-3977.



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