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Full Day of Action Saturday

Join us for a day filled with family & fun at the Springfield Raceway on June10th as we raise money for Autism Awareness. We begin with the Itus Virtus Bike & Car Show from 11:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. Following the Bike & Car show, the crowd will be entertained as rising country music sensation Liz Moriondo, born and raised in the Ozarks, performs. After the concert, there will be a short break in the action, before the MARS DIRTcar Late Models , Pure Stocks A Modifieds , B Mods & Midwest Modzs hit the 1/4 mile, Springfield Raceway, clay oval. At 7:00 PM Liz Moriondo will kick off the racing night with the singing of the National Anthem, with racing action to follow. Intermission will see a different kind of action with the Indigo Sky Casino raining money drop.20 lucky Race Fans will be selected to go to the infield & to collect two thousand $1.00 bills as they fly from high above the Springfield Raceway Infield.
This is a Acts Media Event.
Adults : $30 donation ALL DAY PASS 
                 Itus Virtus bike & car show
                 Liz Moriondo concert
                MARS Latemodels ( AMods,BMods,legends,P.S.)
Kids :    FREE 12 & under
Pits : $35
Kids 6-12 $15
5 & under FREE
B there...
MARS LATEMODELS / Autism Awareness Extravaganza 
        11 am - 4 pm -     Itus Virtus Bike & Car Show
                      3 pm -     Pit Gate Open
                      4 pm -     Clear Grandstands
                     4:30 pm - Grandstands Open
                      5-6 pm -  Liz Moriondo Concert
                      6:20 pm - DIRT CAR HOTLAPS

                     6:45 pm - RACING BEGINS

Casey's Night at the Races


Springfield Raceway will continue racing action with Casey's General Store Night at the Races June 3rd with a Factory Stock & USRA B Modified special. Factory Stocks are racing for $700 to win & $60 to Start  & USRA B Modifieds will be paying $1000 to win and $100 to start. Factory Stocks will race under BIG BUCK 50 Lucas Oil Speedway rules & lil buk 31 Springfield Raceway rules.
Entry fee will be $25 for Factory Stock & $40 for USRA B Modifieds.
USRA A Modifieds , Midwest Modzs , Legends & Pure Stocks will also be racing on this night . All Casey's General Store tickets from May 20th may be redeemed on this night.
Adults - $12
Kids 6-12 - $5
Adults - $30
Kids 5-12 - $15
About Casey's General Store - 
In 1959, Donald Lamberti leased a service station in Des Moines, Iowa, from his father. After successfully remodeling the station into a convenience store and operating it for nine years, his gasoline supplier and friend, Kurvin C. (K.C.) Fish, suggested that he purchase the Square Deal Oil Company, a service station available for sale in Boone, Iowa. Lamberti followed Fish's advice and purchased the station, which he renamed "Casey's" after Fish and as with his leased store converted the station into a convenience store. The logo on the Boone store is the same logo used today by the Casey's chain.
The Boone store (located in a town of only 12,500) did well, so Lamberti decided to see if he could duplicate his success. He built another store in Creston, Iowa (population 7,000) and that store did well also. Lamberti became more ambitious and decided to open a store from scratch in the even smaller town of Waukee, Iowa (population 1,500 at the time). The Waukee store proved to be the most successful of the three, so Lamberti decided to purchase and open more stores, concentrating on towns of less than 5,000 population (a variation on the tactic used in the early success of Wal-Mart).
1970s–1990s Edit
By the late 1970s (when Casey's opened its first warehouse) the chain had 118 stores, including the original store operated by Lamberti's parents which entered the Casey's fold in 1977.
In 1982, Casey's opened its first Distribution Center in Urbandale, Iowa.
Casey's became a publicly traded company in October, 1983, with an initial public offering of 700,000 shares. Around this time Casey's began to sell doughnuts in its stores; in December 1984 it introduced pizza into its stores (which is one of its signature items today).
In 1990, Casey's moved to its current facility in Ankeny, Iowa.
Casey's 1,000th store opened in Altoona, Iowa in 1996, the same year Casey's exceeded US $1 billion in annual sales.
2000–present Edit
In January 2006, Casey's purchased Lincoln, Nebraska-based Gas 'N Shop.[2] On August 7, 2006, Casey's agreed to purchase the 33-store HandiMart chain, based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in a $63 million deal.[3]
In March 2010, Alimentation Couche-Tard (operator of several convenience store chains, including Circle K) offered $1.9 billion for control of the company, and later announced a proxy fight for control. Casey's rejected Couche-Tard's offer and was successful in September 2010 in retaining its board of directors vs. Couche-Tard's nominated slate.[4]
While Casey's and Couche-Tard were battling for company control, in September 2010, 7-Eleven offered a $2 billion bid for control of the company. Casey's and 7-Eleven engaged in discussions, but in November 2010 elected not to proceed with a merger.[5]

Casey's announced in 2017 that it plans to open about 10 new locations in western Ohio.[6]

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