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Nov 14

Toby Keith to Serve as Grand Marshal for NASCAR Ford EcoBoost 400

Toby Keith to Serve as Grand Marshal for NASCAR Ford EcoBoost 400

Toby Keith photo courtesy of Show Dog-Universal.

Toby Keith will serve as Grand Marshal for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday, November 17. He will deliver the most famous words in motorsports, “Drivers start your engines,” to kick off the race, which also serves as the final race of the season and is where the Sprint Cup champion will be decided.

“Toby Keith is an American icon and, like Homestead-Miami Speedway, he has a great partnership with Ford,” Speedway President Matthew Becherer said. “He is the perfect individual to officially start the Ford EcoBoost 400. We’ll have live music before the race from Miami’s own DJ Irie and country music recording artist Dierks Bentley. And then Toby will keep the excitement going by giving the command for drivers to start their engines and begin 267 laps of championship racing.”

Toby released his latest album, Drinks After Work, on October 29. Great American Country and our good friends at Show Dog – Universal Music are celebrating the release by giving you the chance to win a trip to Australia to see Toby in concert through our Toby Keith Drinks Down Under Sweepstakes! One grand prize winner and a guest will fly away to Sydney, Australia for Toby Keith’s Hammer Down Under Tour. The trip includes airfare, hotel, concert tickets and a photo op with Toby.

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You can enter once per day from October 29 – November 26, 2013. You must be 21 years or older to enter this sweepstakes.


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Posted at 10:30 am, November 14, 2013 | Permalink

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