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Simplified Grandstand Seating Layout Announced for Pocono Raceway

From Pocono Raceway 

Pocono Raceway announced today they have simplified the way fans will find their Grandstands seats while attending NASCAR and INDYCAR events at “The Tricky Triangle.” This announcement comes one year after the Raceway introduced way-finding signage throughout their facility. During this simplification process, the actual location of previously purchased and/or available Grandstand tickets will not change.

The Grandstands have been split into three towers with Petty Tower, named after our inaugural NASCAR race winner and NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty, France Tower, named after the founding father of NASCAR Bill France, Sr., and Donohue Tower, named after our inaugural open-wheel race winner Mark Donohue. The Grandstands have also been divided into three levels starting with a lower, 100-level closest to the racing action on the track, moving to the 200-level in the middle of the Grandstands and to the highest, 300-level with shaded seating and optimal views of the entire Raceway.

“One of the biggest issues we have had over the years was getting fans inside the track, through the gates and, eventually, to their seats,” said Pocono Raceway President/CEO Brandon Igdalsky. “Phase one of this way-finding project began last year with new signs both inside and outside the facility. As part of the second phase, we will simplify the way our Grandstand seating is arranged. The best part about this change is nothing really changes for the fan. Seats have not been moved and the prices of tickets stay the same. The only difference now, it will be easier to find your seats. Especially, if you are a first time fan.”

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