How would you like some tickets to 67 Speedway of Texarkana to go watch the races this weekend?

The racing at 67 Speedway Texarkana is going on Friday in Texarkana and you can go for free with just the free Power 95-9 app.

The 67 Speedway of Texarkana holds races every Friday until the fall. The 67 Speedway of Texarkana features the following classes.

IMCA Modified dirt cars
IMCA Limited Modified dirt cars
Crate Late Model race cars
Factory stock race cars
Hobby stock race cars
ASCS Sprint cars

All you need to do is download our free app and message us that you want to win the tickets. That is all you have to do to get entered. We will pick five winners. They will each get a pair of tickets for the Friday night races

Our app is free and once you get it you will be able to take us with you anywhere. All app users get special access to contests just like this one as well as getting twice as much music when you listen to the app.

There are also concert notices, a  'call' and message button feature for interacting with us, and of course, breaking news

So what are you waiting for? Just download the app and send us a message and you are in the contest. Hurry up, the deadline to enter is Thursday at midnight.

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