Motorcycle Racing News AMA Road Racing Banquet deadline Monday!

AMA Road Racing Banquet deadline Monday!

The ticket order deadline for the 2009 AMA Pro Road Racing Awards Banquet is this Monday, August 24. Don’t miss out and finalize your plans to attend today. The Atlantic City Tropicana Casino and Resort will be the host venue for the season-ending awards celebration on Labor Day Monday evening, Sept. 7. The black-tie optional banquet will honor this year’s champions and top performers in AMA Pro National Guard American Superbike presented by Parts Unlimited, AMA Pro Daytona SportBike presented by AMSOIL and AMA Pro SuperSport presented by Shoei.

Additionally, only a few rooms remain in the AMA Pro Road Racing block at the Tropicana. Discounted room rates for AMA Pro Road Racing guests are available on both Sunday, Sept. 6 and Monday, Sept. 7. Awards Banquet tickets are $125 per person and include a full cocktail reception, the awards dinner and hosted bar throughout the evening. The night begins with the reception at 6:30 p.m. and is planned to conclude early in the 10 p.m. hour in order to allow guests ample time to enjoy Atlantic City’s nightlife and attractions.

Tropicana Room Reservations: Please call 1-800-THE-TROP, follow the prompts for Room Reservations and then select Convention Groups. The AMA Pro Road Racing Awards Banquet code is HAPR. Don’t delay! Only a limited number of discounted rooms remain in the AMA Pro block.

Awards Banquet Tickets: An An order form is available at http://www.amaproracing.com/assets/2009-AMAPRR-BanquetOrderForm.pdf. Please fill out the form and submit the form via Adobe Reader, email to Lisa McCarty (lmccarty@amaproracing.com) or print and fax the completed document to (386) 274-2335. All Awards Banquet ticket sales are final and nonrefundable. 


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