– Fall is officially in full swing, and New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP) is calling all Trick-or-Treaters to the annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ being held at the NJMP Finish Line Pub on Friday, October 21 from 5:30p.m. to 7:00p.m.
A Trunk or Treat is a free Halloween event where participants open their trunks, or backs of their vehicles, decorate them, and pass out candy to children 12 and under. Candy should be provided by the owner in each “trunk” entry.
Car participation is not mandatory but highly encouraged! People who would like to bring their vehicles to participate can register by emailing [email protected] or completing the following registration form.
“Decorate your trunks in a fun theme, dress your kids in costumes and bring lots of treats to be shared,” said Mark Verrastro, NJMP general manager. “We (NJMP) offer a safe family friendly environment for the community to enjoy.”
In addition to trick-or-treating down the rows of theme-decorated trunks, NJMP will offer free kids crafts, $1 hot dogs, hot chocolate, and additional food and beverage specials at the Finish Line Pub.
For more information on NJMP Trunk or Treat please visit NJMP.com. You can also stay up to speed with New Jersey Motorsports Park by following on Twitter: @NJMP, Instagram: @njmotorsportspark or becoming a fan on Facebook at Facebook.com/NewJerseyMotorsportsPark.
Sitting on more than 500 acres in Millville, N.J., New Jersey Motorsports Park is the premier motorsports entertainment complex in the Northeast. NJMP is conveniently located near Philadelphia and New York City, offering diverse and dynamic attractions both on and off-track. The park includes three world-class road courses, Thunderbolt, Lightning, and Tempest Raceway, a motorsports country club membership program, one of the top outdoor karting complexes in the U.S., 10 acres of paintball fields, concert and festival space, overnight accommodations, and real estate development opportunities. Also on the property, a clubhouse features meeting space, bar/restaurant and built-in pool.
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