CAYUGA, ONTARIO (November 4, 2014) – This year’s Night of Champions Championship Point Award Series Banquet for the Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA), the Quick 32 Sportsman Series and the Pro Bike & Sled Series (PBSS) will feature the popular ACDC ROCKS for entertainment.
The banquet is to be held at the Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre in Burlington, Ontario on Saturday, November 8, 2014.
As a tribute band, ACDC ROCKS emulates the pure essence, power, and electricity of what an AC/DC show is all about and has proven to audiences time and time again that you can’t stop rock and roll! ACDC ROCKS performs the best of AC/DC from the early roots of the bands Australian club circuit days, to the superstar worldwide status of its present hits. Complete with a full stage performance, just as if Angus Young and the boys were rocking before your very eyes.
The band’s history dates back to July of 1999. Brett Bon Flynn and Pete Malcom Stewart brought together an AC/DC tribute band for true AC/DC fans. Their mission has always been to faithfully reproduce the spirit of AC/DC in look, sound and atmosphere. To do what AC/DC would do. This provides an entertaining and very enjoyable evening for every AC/DC fan as it has for many years.
For more information : www.acdcrocks.ca
The Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA), www.PMRA.ca enters its 11th season of popular Pro Modified racing in 2015, while the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, presented by NAPA Auto Parts, www.Quick32.ca will begin its seventh season, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series (PBSS) presented by Wiseco Performance Products, www.PBSS.ca begins its fifth year of operation. Several times during the race season all three series compete at the same weekend events, offering a colourful, diverse, and exciting package of drag racing action.
For more information, please contact:
Bruce F. Mehlenbacher/ Director of Operations
Telephone: (905) 772-1800 Ext. #22
Cellular: (905) 517-5345
Tim Miller/ Media Director
Telephone: (905) 870-1456
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